Apr 27, 2017 09:04 AM EDT
MIT's master's program in supply chain management has been ranked number one for the second time around by Eduniversal, a global rating agency for higher education which is based in Paris. The ranking has made graduates of this program even more competitive in the global job market.
The MIT Masters in Supply Chain Management is a 10-month program that has been offered by MIT for almost 20 years. The program helps students hone their skills in supply chain management by learning the latest industry methods and knowing the industry deeper through on-site visits. The students will also have the opportunity to listen to the lectures of top-level executives, engaging in research, and taking part in numerous job opportunities.
The program is also offered in Spain and Malaysia as part of MIT's Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) network. In the United States, the program is offered at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics as well as at the Zaragosa Logistics Center and the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation in Spain and Malaysia respectively.
Graduates of MIT's supply chain management master's program are in demand among top companies worldwide. In fact, some of the graduates this year has already been hired in some of the top firms, such as Apple, Converse, Deloitte, McKinsey and Company, and General Motors.
With MIT on the top rank, the top five master's degree programs in supply chain management include Purdue University (USA), Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), CENTRUM Catolica – Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (Peru), and KEDGE Business School (France).
Aside from the 10-month master's program, MIT is also offering a MicroMasters credential in supply chain management. This includes five online courses and an exam with world-class professors delivering the lectures.
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