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KEDGE Business School

Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (ISLI)

The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management aims at preparing individuals to confront the challenges of a new era of managers. It focuses on global supply chain approaches and methodologies, but also fundamentals, managerial and technical basics for instance. Kedge insists on the in-company supply chain consultancy project and the proximity with the business world. Students could also obtain professional certification in Supply Chain Management: SCOR Certification from APICS Supply Chain Council.

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Entry requirement: 3-years Bachelor and professional experience / 4-years Bachelor 4 years
Accreditation: AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply
Duration: 14 months full time + 6 months internship
Location: Bordeaux (France)
Language: English
Selection: application form

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2017-03-13

Analysis

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Participants:

  • Dominique ESTAMPE - Program Headmaster
  • 00:14

    The Pitch

    01:36

    How much professional experience do you expect us to have when we apply?

    03:52

    What’s the international diversity of the program group?

    05:34

    What does it mean that companies are partners in this program, like Carrefour and L’Oreal?

  • 07:49

    Unfortunately I missed the early bird deadline for scholarships. Can I still be considered for financial aid?

    08:57

    What’s the general format of classes and assignments?

    11:03

    What’s the consultancy assignment? Is it a real-world project?

    14:02

    Do you have visa and housing help for international students?

  • 15:25

    Three Words Max

    17:36

    What kinds of internships do students usually do?

    20:47

    Are there any opportunities for university exchange?

    21:52

    What can I expect in the admissions interview?

  • 25:00

    How much French do I need to speak to do this program successfully?

    26:57

    What is the ISLI Forum? It looks like some kind of conference but I’m not sure.

    28:17

    Is this degree recognized outside Europe? Do you have accreditations?

    29:14

    The Expert Question

  • 29:24

    The Expert Question : At a time of digital transformation and collaborative economy, how do you best prepare your students to the structural transformation of the sector?

    32:53

    Semester 3 looks really interesting. I want to know more about the modules on Excellence, Luxury and "Made in", Storytelling and video, and the French Touch Tour, please.

    34:53

    Since we are in Bordeaux, are there any opportunities with winemakers?

    35:58

    How is the alumni network? Is it useful?

  • 37:12

    Your careers page says we can be a supply chain director. Is it realistic to think we can get a director job out of school?

    38:14

    Should I know what industry I want to work in when I apply

    39:06

    Conclusion