As our global reach becomes increasingly important, there is a need and opportunity for organisations to connect together to deliver added-value to the consumer through interlinked supply chains and efficient logistics.
The central content is the concept of a supply network: constructing the relationships that bring it into being; commissioning the technologies that enable it to operate; managing the input, the material and the information flow; and distributing the product.
During the course you’ll develop the skills to evaluate, manage, and improve supply chain processes, strategy design and development, and the operational functions of businesses.
Students who are interested in the part-time version of this course, please visit this page to confirm the details about your course.
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- e-Business Management (MSc)
- Engineering Business Management (MSc)
- Healthcare Operational Management (MSc)
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MSc)
- International Trade, Strategy and Operations (MSc)
- International Technology Management (MSc)
- Management for Business Excellence (MSc)
- Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management (MSc)
- Programme and Project Management (MSc)
- Service Management and Design (MSc)
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This course is accredited by The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).
- Logistics and Operations Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Procurement and Inventory Management
- Storage and Warehouse Techniques
- Transportation Techniques and Management
- Financial Analysis and Control Systems
- Organisations, People and Performance
Two additional elective modules can be chosen from a wide list of options, allowing you the flexibility to tailor the course in line with your specific interests. The full list is on our website, if you would like to see the list and detailed descriptions of each please visit this page. Restrictions apply.
For students who are interested in taking the part-time version of this course, please visit this page. As the module requirements may differ slightly.
We blend lectures with seminars, practical exercises, case studies, simulations, and industrial games to encourage teamwork and practical grounding of the course material. Technology enabled learning, e-learning and forum activities also support classroom learning. Class sizes are kept small with around 30 students in each, to encourage interaction. Larger scale lectures are delivered for some modules and are backed up by seminar and syndicate activities.
40 hours per week during module weeks (9.00am – 6.30pm).
Occasionally, modules may be split over two weeks of 20 hours per week.
There are 9 x modules over the course of the year. Between modules, you will have workshops, supervisor meetings, industrial visits and will be working on Post Module Assignments and your dissertation.
Lectures (occasional): up to 200 students
Seminars and the majority of classroom based modules: 30 students per class
Workshops and other syndicate activities: 6-8 students per group
There are no written exams. After each module you will be assessed by a written post-module assignment (PMA). This typically requires 40 – 60 hours of work and consolidates your learning. Some modules will also include an in-module individual or group assessment or test.
- 9 x Post Module Assignments (3,000 – 4,000 words each) (50% of Master’s credit)
- 20,000 dissertation (50% of Master’s credit)
Graduates have a huge spectrum of companies and positions they can work in, including providers of third party logistics, aerospace and electrical/electronic products and technology-based firms.
Recent graduates have gone to work in companies such as:
- IKEA Trading Office
- Corus Construction
- Louis Vuitton
- Philips Semiconductors
We welcome prospective students to come and meet us. We organise 3-4 Open Days each academic year as well as bookable fortnightly ‘Drop-In’ sessions. If you are interested in making a booking for one of these events, or would like to find out more information, please visit this page.
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There are a number of different ways to visit the University of Warwick throughout the year. We host bespoke PG visits, where you can talk directly with your chosen department and explore our campus through a personalised tour. Some departments also host their own events and open days, where you can learn more about your department or course of study. To find out more about all of these opportunities, visit our Postgraduate Visits page.
Full-time: 1 year
(October 2019 - October 2020)
Part-time: 3 years
(October 2019 - October 2022)
2:ii undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject
English Language Requirements
IELTS overall score of 6.5, minimum component scores not below 6.0.
Department of Study
Location of Study
University of Warwick
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WMG will be awarding over £700,000 in scholarships and bursaries to students commencing study on our full-time MSc programmes beginning in October 2019. Awards will be based on past academic achievement, previous experience, extracurricular activities, reasons for study, and your vision for the future.
Up to a total of 50 WMG Excellence Scholarships will be awarded on a % discount of the tuition fees. Awards will range from 25% to 50% fee discount.
Additional Course Costs
Printing and binding of two hard copies of your dissertation.
Find out more about fees and funding on the University website.