The M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management prepares leaders in international Supply Chain and Procurement. It focuses on logistics, industrial marketing, purchasing and operations management (OM). The curriculum is structured into three phases organised into intensive weekly modules. Mornings are dedicated to the theory while afternoons are devoted to workshops and practice. The programme suits students and professionals who seek to prepare for PMI (Project Management Institute) and Six Sigma certifications through extensive use of information technology tools including SAP, Visual Basic Training for SCM applications and professional courses. After a 4 to 6 month internship and the professional thesis, future graduates will be able to use new technologies and methods to address ambitious issues in cross-cultural situations.
Duration: 15 months Location: Rouen (France) Language: English Entry Requirement: 4 year Bachelor’s degree, academic dossier, English test, Interview Application: Rolling admissions RNCP certified
Yen-Tsang CHEN - Joint Head of the MSc in Supply Chain Management
James Rance - Student
Supply chain management is a pretty straight-forward and not an academic-focused field. What’s the advantage of doing this master in France as a foreign student when there are many programs like it in my country?
What’s the difference between 1 year MSc and a 2 year Msc in terms of academics and job opportunities? What are the chances for a student who is currently doing 1 year MSc to jump to 2 year Msc?
Can you tell me more about where other students come from, please? Is it mostly French students?
If I have a three-year degree and professional experience, could I be accepted since your requirements say 4-year degree?
What are all the professional certifications your site talks about? Are these required to graduate and get a job?
What are the new technologies your site purports to teach us? Is there specific software we learn to use?
Hi James. What's your day to day like in this program?
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What kind of academic backgrounds and professional experience do candidates usually have? Do I need a business degree?
What’s the typical entry-level job in supply chain management after a master’s program and what’s the average salary?
What kind of practical work does this program include? The afternoon workshops your site mentions for example?
Is it possible to specialise in a specific industry or sector, such as agriculture and food supply?
Hi James. What has been the most useful aspect of this program for you?
How do you teach international business and operations in this program? Please don’t say through working in teams of international students...
Do you have corporate partners that recruit directly from NEOMA?
Is NEOMA considered an international authority on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management?
Are there other ways to get involved in the school outside the classroom?
What’s life like for a student in Rouen? Is it a village atmosphere or like a big city?
Hi. As a student from India, is it possible to get a job in France after I finish this degree? What about other EU countries?