Analysis of the program by Campus-Channel

What we noted

AUDENCIA Business School

MSc in Supply Chain and Purchasing Management

The programme aims at developing skills and competencies in Supply Chain and Purchasing management. The international dimensions of the programme are emphasized by its organization (one semester in France, one semester in Italy), by the diversity of the students (+17 different nationalities), and by the international experience of the faculty and professional lecturers. Graduated students pursue careers world-wide in functions such as Supply Chain Analysts, International sourcing, Logistics operations management, or Consulting services.

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Ranking&Accreditation: Business School #60 in Europe (FT); EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA accredited
Duration: 12 months + 6 months internship
Location: Nantes, Milano
Language: English
Entry Requirement: Bachelor’s degree, Dossier, English Test, Interview
Application: Rolling admissions
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles




Zooming in the interviews


The questions

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  • Anne-Christine LE DÛ - Programme Director, MSc Supply Chain and Purchasing Management
  • 01:00

    The Speech


    Face to Face


    Hi! How do the students earn a double degree if they only spend one semester in Milan at MIP?


    Does your school assist international students to find accommodation in Nantes and Milan?

  • 06:49

    I am interested in learning more in detail about your Career Service. Are there designated career advisors to each student with a possibility to make one-to-one appointments to get relevant advices throughout the program?


    Expert Question


    Expert Question: Why study specifically supply-chain and purchasing management instead of doing an MBA?


    Bonjour! Can we choose personally a corporation where we want to do an internship? Or, is the process more complicated in terms of competition, administration and language barrier issues?

  • 17:37

    What are the key aspects that the admission office looks for when selecting students in application form and in interview? Is there any critical mistake student can make during an interview?