Your logistics degree in a world-renowned Business School
The M2 International Logistics and Port Management aims to provide expertise for all professions related to the global management of logistics flows and port management.
This M2 specialisation of the Master in Management is accessible both in the classical route and as a work-study programme (under specific conditions for international students).
The M2 in International Logistics and Port Management teaches practical skills favoured by businesses specialising in international logistics, international transport and port management. The involvement of regional experts in teaching helps students develop as professionals and enter the job market.
Logistics degree programme
The EM Normandie's Master in Management is recognised worldwide:
- Top 80 of the best Masters in Management worldwide in the Financial Times ranking.
- Top 100 of QS World University Rankings.
The two-year Master's degree is open to international students who hold a non-French degree obtained after at least three years of higher education outside France (Licence degree, Bachelor degree, Benke...).
The first year allows you to choose between various majors. Specialise in the last year by choosing the M2 International Logistics and Port Management specialisation that consists of the following courses
- Basics of Logistics and Supply Chain
- Process Engineering
- SAP Software
- Mastering in Excel
- Strategic Sourcing
- Supply Chain Audit
- Cost and Revenue Management
- Operation and Quality Management
- Warehousing and Distribution Management
- Contemporary Issues in International Trade
- Legal Aspects Of Logistics
- Risk Management
- Maritime Transport
- Multimodal Transport
- Shipping Business Strategy
- Port Logistics and Community
- Digital Project
- Logistics Simulation
Learn how the design of a storage unit can impact warehousing operations and its role in the success of a supply chain through innovative courses such as sustainable warehouse and distribution management.
Work experience during the logistics degree
Professionalise yourself throughout your course with the EM Normandie's Master in Management, by multiplying the opportunities of internships, seminars and challenges based on real company cases.
During the final year, two options are possible in terms of professionalisation: spend 75% of your time in a company by opting for a work-study programme or opt for the classical route and take part in various challenges, serious games and projects and end your course with an internship.
- Business Case Competition
- Internship 4 months minimum
- Professional thesis
Career opportunities after the logistics degree
With the specialisation "International Logistics and Port Management", land your dream job in the field of port logistics and maritime transport:
- Container Fleet Manager
- International Transport Coordinator
- Port Safety Consultant
- Combined Transport Flow Manager
- Port Operations Officer
- Marine Berth Planner
- Supply Officer
- Project Engineer in Logistics
- Operational Cost Manager
- International Customer Relationship Manager
The advantages of a work-study programme
By following a work-study programme, you will be directly confronted with the business world and will be able to apply the knowledge you have acquired in class. Move quickly from theory to practice, develop your know-how and technical skills and start a successful managerial career. Get your first job even before the end of your studies by continuing directly to a permanent contract at the end of your work-study, without even going through the traditional trial period.
Highly appreciated by recruiters who see it as the ideal combination, the work-study student brings a fresh perspective while offering the experienced vision of a young professional already well established in the business world.