The Master in Logistics enables the student to face a totally globalized, competitive and changing economy, which requires companies and organizations a higher level of efficiency and productivity. To survive in the markets in which they operate, companies and organizations need professionals who know and use a wide range of management techniques and tools, who know how to exploit information technology systems and who are also in a position to discover and exploit new technologies. niches of global business development.
One of the areas where companies and organizations can influence with greater power to increase this efficiency is the management of operations and, in particular, the logistics and supply chain management. From an integral point of view, logistics manages the flow of information and especially goods from the supplier to the final customer, so its impact on the service provided by the company is maximum. The supply chain management therefore becomes an essential tool to maintain and increase the level of competitiveness of the company in the markets in which it operates or, more important if possible, plans to operate in the future.
The Master in Supply Chain Management
At the end of the master's degree, students have the option of a two-week residential stay at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (Holland).
Master in Logistics and supply chain - Campus Madrid
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Master in Logistics and Supply Chain - Campus Barcelona
The Master's degree in Logistics and Supply Chain offers the option of doing it also on the Barcelona campus, at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), one of the academic partners of the school in Barcelona.
Reasons to do the Master in Supply Chain Management
The Professional Careers service is focused on guiding and accompanying the student to achieve their professional objectives, as well as achieving a greater adjustment between their expectations and interests with the labor market.
- International Talent Program
Program aimed at students who aspire to international professional development, with the aim of giving them maximum visibility among multinational companies that collaborate with EAE . To this end, activities such as Employment Workshops, headhunters interviews and access to international selection consultants from different parts of the world are organized.
- Advisory Board Operations and Logistics
The master's degree curriculum is developed jointly with the Advisory Board of the Operations and Logistics area, made up of 25 professionals from companies such as Pepsico, Nike, DHL, Danone, Accenture, Fujitsu, Grupo Planeta, Mango or Grupo Puig, among others.
- EAE in the Rankings
In the Top 90 of the world's best Masters of Supply Chain (Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking Worldwide 2016-2017). Second best master in the area of Logistics in Spain (ranking "250 Masters, ed. 2017" of El Mundo)
- EAE , certified by the CSCMP
EAE Business School is a business school certified by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals to provide Supply Chain Management programs.
- SCPRO certification
The curriculum and the teaching materials of the master's degree are designed so that students who wish to do so can successfully face the SCPro Level 1 exam.
- Visits to companies
Students benefit from an extensive program of visits to companies in the specific field of logistics. In the last year, companies such as 3M, DHL, DIMOES, TEKNIA or the Madrid Metro have been visited.
- Business Networking
Through the Business Networking cycle, the student will attend a series of meetings with and professionals from large companies, as well as other EAE students, thanks to which the participants have the possibility to expand their network of professional contacts.
- Operations and Logistics Plan
The treatment of the taught subjects comes together in the realization of a Final Project, tutored throughout the program, which consists of the realization of a plan on the Operations area and, specifically, in the management of the supply chain.
- Soft Skills Program
The objective of the Soft Skills program is for the participating professional to complete their training with the strategic mobilization of their personal skills. It consists of ten independent monthly workshops organized according to the Emotional Competencies Model.
- Major Minor
EAE has launched for the first time in Spain the North American methodological system based on Major and Minor, which replaces the traditional method of electives choice.
- International Residential Program
At the end of the school period, students have the option of a two-week residential stay at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (Netherlands). This residential stay has an additional cost for the student.
- EAE Emprende
The objective is to provide the necessary resources and environment for EAE entrepreneur students to develop new business ideas. We accompany the needs of entrepreneurs and investors, as well as those of our students and researchers. Among the services we offer, we can highlight the Training, the Financing and the Accompaniment to the entrepreneur student of EAE .
Requirements and Admission
The people who successfully complete the program will obtain the Master's Degree in Supply Chain Management
In order to obtain the qualifications granted by universities, it is necessary to comply with the requirements that both institutions request.
The fundamental objective of our admission process is to ensure the suitability of the candidates, through their professional trajectory and academic curriculum. All participants should get the most out of this learning experience, through a context in which it is possible to develop a long-term relationship with classmates, teachers and alumni.
To start the admission process it is necessary to fill in the corresponding form, so that the profile of the candidate can be evaluated by our Academic Committee. If the resolution of the Admission issued by the Academic Committee to the Master in Supply Chain Management
The Career Careers Service of EAE Business School is responsible for creating new job opportunities that guide and accompany the student, with an analysis of their profile, to achieve their professional goals and adjust their expectations and interests to the labor market.
The Careers Department also organizes events to promote employability such as the Online Employment Forum; the Bank of Opportunities with more than 6,000 job offers published per year; or the International Talent Program, aimed at students seeking international development and visibility in multinational companies, with workshops and interviews with headhunters from different parts of the world. EAE also participates in the employability programs of brands with great projection such as L'Oreal, Banco Sabadell, Leroy Merlin, Kyocera, Schneider Electric, IBM, among others, to which students have access.
- Director of operations
- Logistics director
- Distribution Director
- Director of Import / Export
- Purchasing Manager
- Head of Distribution Center
- Responsible for Stock Control
- Responsible for Negotiations with Suppliers
- Head of Almacé
Some data of our Employment Report 2017:
- 93% of students find work before six months after the end of the program
- 34% increased their salary up to 30% one year after completing the master
- 67% of students have achieved a job opportunity through some of the available routes through EAE Business School
- 74% accept a new profession offer after graduation