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MBA with Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Study for a MBA with Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree
at a top-ranked university in the heart of London.
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Why study MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management at UWS London?
Learn from industry experts
Our teaching team and guest lecturers have a wealth of knowledge to keep you engaged and learning.
Study in a world-leading business centre
Get your MBA in London and you’ll live and study in one of the business capitals of the world.
Join a global network of alumni
Become part of a thriving international network of UWS graduates.
Kickstart your career
97% of UWS graduates are in work or further study within 6 months of graduation (DHLE 2016/17).*
This course is currently going through validation checks and information provided here is subject to course approval. The final list of the course modules will be available after the completion of the validation process.
What is an MBA in Supply Chain & Logistics all about?
The global business landscape is changing, fast. In order to survive, companies must adapt to constantly shifting supply chain demands, bringing value to their customers in increasingly efficient ways.
Skilled supply chain and logistics managers are essential for business success. This course will equip you with the specialist knowledge and training to design and manage effective logistics and supply chain systems – from sourcing raw materials and ensuring ethical manufacturing processes all the way up to point of consumption.
Where will this course take me?
You’ll find employment opportunities for qualified supply chain managers, logistics and distribution managers and operations managers in a wide range of SMEs or global organisations such as Toyota, Premier Foods, HP, BAE Systems, Carrefour, European consultancy groups, and many more.
Forbes calculates that MBA graduates pay back their fees within about four years of graduating, and salaries are greatly enhanced by this qualification (https://www.forbes.com/business-schools/#63f6c9706d6d).