|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
Supply Chain Management & Logistics
|University website:||Logistics and Supply Chain Management|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||22,500 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||22,500 EUR|
The Leipzig region is in the top 3 logistics regions in Germany in leading rankings. It is a trimodal traffic hub with well-developed road network, high-speed lines of the Deutsche Bahn (DB) train system and Leipzig / Halle intercontinental airport with 24-hour operation. Europe’s DHL hub (which is the second-largest hub globally) is also located here.
According to Invest Region Leipzig, currently there are approximately 130 companies in the region employing around 36,000 people and generating around €2.7bn sales a year.
Leipzig, being a top logistics region with world biggest companies based here and exciting job prospects for university graduates, is a perfect location to study for your MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (L & SCM).
The aim of this programme is to equip students with state of the art knowledge and the skill set required to lead a successful career in logistics and supply chain management (SCM) in an international context. The ambition is to help shape the logistics and supply chain managers of the future, enabling them to analyse and solve problems and to make decisions with an awareness of the strategic context, the role of technology and of managing within and between organisations. The programme is designed to provide students with a solid core of knowledge in operations and SCM, logistics management, procurement and supply, and analytics.
The programme is designed for graduates interested in careers in logistics, supply chain management, physical distribution and transport management. There is a large demand for graduates in logistics and supply chain management. Graduates from this course can expect to work as logistics managers, procurement managers, supply chain analysts, business consultants and business analysts.
Many western companies manufacture overseas with massive logistics hubs now existing in countries such as China. Demand has never been higher for people who can apply quality management science to supply chain and logistics management. This course can give you the skills to achieve this.