NEOMA Business School
MSc in Supply Chain Management
The MSc Supply Chain Management is a programme taught in English that offers two tracks to specialise either in supply chain management or in procurement. It prepares future managers in international supply chain management by giving them deep insights into technical, managerial and strategic skills. The objective is to equip them with all the knowledge and technical skills necessary to address challenging issues in cross-cultural situations. Thanks to the innovative structure of the programme organised in intensive weekly modules, including workshops and real-time practice, students will gain a balanced professional experience and training in a multi-cultural environment.
Duration: 15 months
Location: Rouen (France)
Entry Requirement: 4 year Bachelor’s degree, academic dossier, English test, Interview
Application: Rolling admissions
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- Yeshwanth SIDDINENI - Student of the programme
- Alejandro Lamas - Head of programme
What should my level of French be for my life out of school?
Is there a research element to the course? If so what would that involve?
How are we assessed?
When is the best time for me to apply?
Yeshwanth, what was the interview like? Can you remember the questions you were asked?
Do you help us find an internship?
As a foreigner, what are the advantages of studying this course in France? Is NEOMA the international authority on Supply Chain Management?
What sort of thing do graduates go on to do afterwards?
Supply chain is a very technical environment and my English isn’t perfect. What level of English is asked of us? How do you evaluate it? Do you offer supplementary English classes if needed?
How is life in Rouen as an international student? Thanks.
What kind of profile are you looking for in term of background?
Yeshwanth, why did you choose this programme and what’s been your favorite part of it so far? What have the biggest challenges been?
Am I able to get a job whilst studying for this Master’s degree? I’m worried about living costs and school fees.
I think I will probably want to take the supply chain track, but I might change my mind. Should I mention that in my application?
How does your course take into account the changing processes and technological advances in the modern supply chain? How have you future proofed your course in order to make sure it is still relevant in 5 years time?