Specialised Master (MS) Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation
Accredited by the French Conference des Grande Ecole.
The objective of the MS Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation is to train experts capable of managing global supply chains by value, implementing efficient logistics strategies and managing international flows in the face of technological and managerial innovations.
Nowadays, knowing how to manage logistic operations and a Supply Chain that focuses on the needs of the customer requires an ability to adapt quickly to technological innovations. This programme provides the keys to new methods of managing logistics and global logistics chains.
The programme of the MS Supply Chain, Logistics and Innovation provides all the essential knowledge in the key areas of Logistics and Operations Management.
All components of the student's education are evaluated: academic learnings, internships, missions, challenges, dissertations, study stays in partner universities. For academic learnings, continuous assessment generally accounts for 40% and the final exam accounts for the remaining 60%. Evaluations may also take the form of case studies, role-playing, group work, etc. Professionalisation (work-study, internships, missions, challenges) and, where appropriate, the corresponding report, will be evaluated jointly by the teaching team and the company.
Candidates are selected on the basis of an application form, followed by an individual interview.
The programme is open to students holding the following degrees:
In order for our students to benefit from optimal learning conditions, places in our programmes are limited. The number of remaining places is reviewed after each admission session. Whenever a cohort is full, admissions for the programme are closed.
The application deadline for the next 2021-2022 admission session is every 15th of the month.
In addition to the EM Normandy application form, international candidates must approach their local Campus France office to facilitate the process of obtaining their visa. Once the down payment has been received, the School will help International students with their visa procedures and search for accommodation.
For several years now, EM Normandie has been committed to the inclusion of students with disabilities and has been striving to make it as easy as possible for them to learn, to continue their studies, to live socially within the school and to find employment. Specific training for its teachers and support services, school facilities, digital accessibility, etc. EM Normandie promotes values of equal opportunities and respect for differences, through the sharing of an inclusive culture and the continuous development of its practices. Are you disabled or have a chronic disabling illness? We can provide you with comprehensive support, whether it be in the context of your classes/exams, your search for internships, work-study programmes or jobs, or even in preparing for your expatriation.
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The Logistics and Transport sector is enjoying great momentum and is performing well. While today it already accounts for more than 2 million jobs in France, the market is expected to grow by around 1.5% per year. The constant growth of e-commerce backed up by the associated new technologies and new consumer habits, and the impact of Big Data, are boosting development (green logistics, reverse logistics, last mile logistics) and are compelling companies, and in particular industrial businesses, to rethink their organisation and their systems. New skills are required, such as transversality, with a greater capacity to evolve within an international and multi-cultural environment in which mobility and the ability to bring virtual teams together are the keys to success.
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