Master's Degree in Logistics in Santiago de Compostela in Spain

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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Whether an individual has just finished high school or has had a career for years, a bachelor’s in logistics can be a great tool. This degree gives students the knowledge needed to be able to successfully plan and execute the transportation or storage of goods in a variety of business settings.

Spain (Spanish: España) is a diverse country sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. Spain is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants and relaxed lifestyle. The normal duration for University courses in Spain is 4 years, except Medicine and the double degrees, which are 6. Madrid and Barcelona are well known cities around world for its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-famous folklore and festivities.

Santiago de Compostela city is located in the Northwest of Spain in the autonomous community of Galicia. It has a population count that is just under 100,000 inhabitants.

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Master's Degree In Supply Chain Management And Logistics

Galicia Business School
Campus Full time Part time 1 year February 2017 Spain Santiago de Compostela + 1 more

Logistics and management of the supply chain are a central element in the competitiveness of enterprises, making the Supply Chain Management in the key to the success of leading companies in industrial sectors and services. The digitization of the economy, the growth of e-commerce and globalization of business have brought to the fore the management of the supply chain and logistics. [+]

Masters in Logistics in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Logistics and management of the supply chain are a central element in the competitiveness of enterprises, making the Supply Chain Management in the key to the success of leading companies in industrial sectors and services. The digitization of the economy, the growth of e-commerce and globalization of business have brought to the fore the management of the supply chain and logistics. It is necessary to innovate in this area and provide efficient and sustainable solutions. For that we have professionals and managers of the highest qualification. Reason to be The aim of APD and Galicia Business School is to offer a professional, practical and experiential master, that combines the knowledge of the best experts and is the result of cooperation of highly accredited institutions and companies in the field. The Master in Supply Chain Management and Logistics incorporates postgraduate training accreditation ELA (European Logistics Association) European Senior Logistician - ESLog (EQ Level 6) participants to pass the program. So our participants will see nationally and internationally recognized studies. We want to value the achieved qualification and harmonize it to the highest European standards. To this accreditation training and certification in Lean Supply Chain Management adds, given the importance of models and Lean philosophy have acquired in the logistics field. To this end, we have joined wills FELOG, Logistun, CEL (Spanish Logistics Centre), the Institute Lean, APD and Galicia Business School we join our efforts to Galicia have an Executive Program peak in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. recipients Professionals, managers and university graduates who work in logistics management and supply chain organizations and companies, both industrial and services, and that have minimal experience in managing at least three years in the or logistics field, from other areas, want to guide your career towards this field. Given the professional approach of the program, they can access it the practitioners that not having a university degree, accredited professional experience and / or relevant directive. Methodology The Master in Supply Chain Management and Logistics is an experiential and training program. It combines different teaching methods aimed at improving professional skills and directives of the participants: Case Method: We will use very many cases, allowing us to learn about the reality and improve the analysis of business situations and decision-making. Role Play and group dynamics: We will work on real situations putting participants in specific situations to subsequently draw conclusions about the achieved performance and personal improvement plan to develop in this field. Business Game: Fresh Connection. The business simulation, developed in teams and supervised by experts in logistics and professional development, will place participants in the management of a company in the logistics field (logistics fruit internationally). We have the best specific simulator for the logistics sector. It is learning by doing the successes and failures in real time, sharing the experience with peers and teachers, and seeing the consequences of decisions in different areas of the company. Project: The project will enable the implementation and integration of all the learned and will be the best incentive for improving communication skills and presentation of projects of the participants. Master Classes: managerial experiences. We know that learning is contagious and therefore, we design spaces approach to professionals and managers in logistics concerning that in the short distance move their experience and their organizations to participants. Contents The Master will require a commitment of 450 hours. Aware of the format "part time" of a program of these characteristics and the high occupancy of the participants in their daily work, we assume that the contact sessions should be intense and exploited to the fullest. Thus, we estimate that for every 8 hours of class participants will 4 hours of individual work or tutored (preparation of cases, readings, exercises, etc.) in the virtual campus of Galicia Business School. We listed below the different contents of the program, along with its workload. APICS module: Basics of Supply Chain (42 hours) Inglés for Logistics (12 hours) Demand Planning (12 hours) Purchase Management Sourcing and Procurement (18 hours) Lean BASICS (36 hours) Production logistics and quality improvement (18 hours) Achieving excellence in distribution: storage, handling, transportation and reverse logistics (Industrial Maintenance) (42 hours) Simulation game (18 hours) Managing people in operations: enhancing the management skills of Supply Chain Manager (12 hours) Master Class (18 hours) TIC'sy Digital Transformation (24 hours) Leading operations strategy and decision making in logistics (24 hours) Lean Supply Chain Management (72 hours) Global Management Supply Chain Logistics and Markets (12 hours) Innovation Management, environmental sustainability and social responsibility (12 hours) Finance (12 hours) End of Master Project (66 hours) Chronology The program will take place between February and December 2017. The sessions will be held Friday afternoon and Saturday morning from 16:30 to 21:00 and 9:30 to 14:00 (including breaks for coffee break). We want to make the most of the presence in the program. Therefore, and on average, each contact module eight hours entails the preparation of cases and other space activities for additional 4 hours. Evaluation The evaluation of the program will backbone the preparation and presentation of the final master project. Another key element in the evaluation process will be conducting practical work and reports on cases and active participation in the sessions and test aimed at assessing the degree of assimilation of the contents of each of the blocks. In addition, to overcome the program will need to exceed 80% attendance at the contact hours of the program. Overcoming the program will involve the issuance of the title Master and obtaining accreditations European Senior Logistician - ESLog (EQF Level 6) and Lean Supply Chain Manager. Price and location The program will be held in Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña). The costs of the program are: APD partners, Alumni and associated companies of Galicia Business School: 9,960 €. Non-members: 12,450 €. In addition, the SabadellGallego Bank, in its capacity as partner program, offers participants financing under preferential conditions. [-]