Operations and supply chain management are important areas for businesses to understand in order to deliver their products and services as effectively and efficiently as possible.
This programme equips students with the tools and expertise to manage supply chain processes and their connected operations in a global and increasingly digitalised marketplace. Monitoring risk, leveraging innovation and managing collaboration are some of the core themes embedded in this programme.
MSc in Operations and Supply Chain Management focuses on giving a rigorous and comprehensive introduction to the core tools, techniques and frameworks that can be used to leverage resource and flow efficiency in operations and supply chain processes, across both manufacturing and service dominated environments.
Supply chains exist for every product and service that we consume, directly or indirectly. As well as the solid theoretical expertise gained in the classroom, students will gain first-hand experience working directly with the major digital and financial companies locally.
Who Are We Looking For?
Trinity Business School students come from a diverse range of undergraduate disciplines and arrive from locations across the globe. Our ambitious students are ready to embark on a successful and fulfilling career path in business by learning new skills and enhancing existing ones. They take away an awareness beyond profit to include the impact of business on the wider economy and society. We expect our graduates to ‘put in more than they take out’ of the economy and society throughout their career.
- A first- or upper second-class honours degree, or equivalent. If you have yet to complete your degree, submit your most recent transcripts. If your transcript is not in English, please also supply a certified translation.
- Two academic referees
- Work experience (optional)
- An IELTS or TOEFL Score: Non-native speakers will need an IELTS score of 6.5 or over; or a TOEFL score of IBT 90 or over. If your primary degree was in English, you can ignore this requirement.
- A GMAT score may be requested in certain cases
MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management Career Opportunities
The supply chain industry is continuing to grow and graduates with in-demand skills are in high demand. The e-commerce boom and technological revolution witnessed across industries globally have fuelled the need for warehouses to speed up logistics operations and streamline supply chain management processes.
A recent report* forecasts that global logistics will reach US$15.5 trillion in revenue by 2023. As the demand and spending on logistics increases, the impact of the supply chain on business profitability has become even more significant. To keep up, there is a need for companies to make bolder and more astute strategic plans. Supply chain professionals are increasingly seen as integral to improving business performance and reducing working capital.
*Released by Transparency Market Research.
92% rate of employment post-graduation.*
*Student survey respondents currently seeking employment or in employment at 6 months following programme completion. Class of 2016/17.