Master's Programme in Supply Management
Global supply networks and supply chains are an essential part of today's business.
Extracting competitiveness and increasing sustainability for a company from its supply networks and chains requires special skills, competencies and tools for exploring and managing global supply networks.
The Master's Programme in Supply Management is unique in Finland, providing expertise on strategic supply and supplier management. The programme corresponds to the growing needs of today's business by educating open-minded, innovative managers in the fields of supply management and purchasing.
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Supply management is a cross-functional activity of a firm, requiring a broad understanding of international business. Your studies will integrate strategic management, international business and relationship management in supply networks.
In this programme, you will focus on supply strategies, global challenges of sourcing, and the development of purchasing and supply chains.
Your studies will aggregate theories and concepts of business and technology and present recent applications and methods in the field, thus promoting your problem-solving, decision-making and analytical skills. You will gain specialised knowledge about the elements of supply strategies and factors of interaction in supply networks.
The studies include interactive case studies, company assignments, group work, independent exercises, literature studies and lectures. About 95% of the programme's Master's theses are based on real-life business problems and are prepared for companies or public sector organisations.
The programme also offers a possibility for double degree studies at the University of Twente, the Netherlands.
Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration
120 ECTS credits
Tuition fees and scholarships
EUR 10 000 Non-EU/EEA students
LUT School of Business and Management
1 December 2020 − 20 January 2021 at 15:00 (UTC+2)
1 November 2020 − 31 May 2021 at 15:00 (UTC+2)