Supply Chain and Logistics Management

The M.Sc. graduates in Supply Chain and Logistics Management will be able to contribute positively to the management of organisation within its global supply chain.

The M.Sc. graduates in Supply Chain and Logistics Management

The program is designed for the further development of people who want to work in logistics and supply chain engineering and management in manufacturing and service organisations.

This course is suitable for those with work experience as well as those with little or no background in business. Participants can have a wide range of academic qualifications.

We will provide you with the tools and techniques to evaluate, manage and improve service, operational and supply chain processes and conduct market analysis. You will gain the knowledge on how to evaluate and manage appropriate enabling technologies and use enterprise resource planning systems in order to improve the operational functions of a business. You will also develop a wide knowledge on strategy development and design.

Once finishing the required coursework modules, candidates for the M.Eng. and M.Sc. awards must undertake an industrial-oriented project which must be reported in the form of a thesis. For Supply Chain and Logistics Management, the project can be related to a number of different industrial sectors and can address many different aspects of logistics management.

Admission Process

The applicants should have Admission Requirements to apply for the programme

Academic Plan - SCLM

Candidates for the M.Eng/M.Sc. awards must attend a minimum of 12 modules (equivalent to 24 credits) and undertake an industrial-oriented project which must be reported in the form of a dissertation.​

Each module is usually conducted over a period of five days – Saturday, Sunday, and then Friday, Saturday, Sunday of the following week. It consists of 40-45 hours of intensive lectures, tutorials, seminar, case studies, or laboratory activities.

Degree Requirements

In order to qualify for graduation, a candidate must satisfy the assessment requirements of both Chulalongkorn and Warwick Universities:

Module Requirements

Candidates must attend a minimum of 12 modules under the following conditions:

– 11 Compulsory Modules (either in our Centre or overseas partner Centres)

– 1 Elective Modules (choose from any of numerous WMG modules, either in our Centre or overseas partner Certres)

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