Rennes School of Business
MSc in Supply-Chain Management
The MSc in Supply Chain Management (SCM) aims at providing a unique opportunity to acquire an advanced qualification in the field of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. It offers a choice of a “Purchasing track” or a “Logistics track” in the second semester. All the topics of this sector are presented during the programme: quality management, lean Supply Chain, Green Logistics, International Trade, Distribution and Transportation, or even Law and contract negotiations for instance. Thanks to this knowledge, future managers should be able to identify, optimize and control, with a global overview, the main drivers of value creation and business success factors.
Entry requirement: First degree (Bachelors) in Business or equivalent
Duration: 16 months
Location: Rennes (France)
Selection: academic application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS + interview
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- Öncü HAZIR - Program Manager
- Valentina Hincapie - Student of the programme
- Severine Mars - Student of the programme
How much professional experience should we have when we apply?
Do I choose my track of purchasing or logistics when I am accepted or during the second semester?
Supply chain management is more practical than theory based, so what practical work is there in the curriculum?
Hello! What is the cost of this program and do you offer financial support?
Hi Valentina. Where are you from? What was your experience prior to joining this program?
What are the typical profiles that you take into this program? Could I apply if I have a degree in media studies?
I need advice for the motivation letter. Thank you :)
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Does this program focus on a specific sector, such as maritime shipping or industrial procurement?
How competitive is the job market for jobs in logistics and supply chain management? What’s the employment rate of your grads?
Does Rennes SB organize recruitment and networking events for this master?
Does this master teach us any specific software or standardized tools used in supply chain management?
For the winter session abroad, where do we go? Do you have university partners?
Even if the program is in English, is French required to find an internship in France? Or do you expect students to find internships in their home country?
Hello. I have a bachelor’s and six years of experience managing a retail warehouse in Germany. Could I still benefit from this program?
Does this program prepare us for industry standard certifications? Which ones?
Hi Valentina. Studies aside, do you like Rennes as a city?