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|Start date:||February 2014, September 2014|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
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Supply chain and purchasing management is integral to the success of international businesses that are striving for competitive advantages at a global level. The key to this success is having the right skills and knowledge in order to plan and execute strategies that boost revenues and reduce costs through ideas and innovation. This Master has been created to give all the necessary skills for those looking for an successful international career in supply chain and purchasing management.
The program prepares students for careers in purchasing, in supply chain and logistics or consultancy with a specialisation in their field of study through:
MIP has been offering executive programmes in supply chain management and purchasing since 2002 in partnership with ADACI (Italian Association of Purchasing Professionals), Assologistica (Italian Association of Logistic Providers) and AILOG (Italian Association of Logistic Professionals). MIP is a leader in research on the integration of information technology in the sector. Audencia, through its specialised pole in the area, is recognised by IPSERA (International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association) as a centre of excellence and regional node. The school also boasts accreditation by CIPS (the Chartered Institute for Purchasing and Supply).
Thanks to this experience, plus input from the schools’ industry partners and CIPS, the new double degree will equip students for the challenge of global business in which the supply chain and purchasing are key elements.
Duration: From 12 to 24 months, depending on candidates prior experience
Master of Supply Chain and Purchasing Management Double Degree offered by MIP Politecnico di Milano in conjunction with Audencia Nantes.
The aim of this program is to provide first-class training through a unique international partnership and the expertise of the two partner institutions. Graduates will be awarded with a Master of Science by Audencia Nantes and a Specializing Master by Politecnico di Milano. The program is fully taught in English and can be studied in a classic 12-month format or in a 24-month version that adds the fundamentals of management to the classes on purchasing and supply.
The MSCPM programme is full-time programme ranging from 12 to 24 months in duration. The length of the programme depends on each individual candidates's previous study.
The longer course adds the fundamentals of management to the classes on purchasing and supply and offers the possibility of a research work.
Students can opt to begin either at the February or September intake. The order in which semesters and projects are undertaken will vary depending on the start date.
The ideal candidate will possess leadership potential, be open to learning and exploring a variety of Procurement/Supply Chain business areas and demonstrate well-developed analytical skills and business skills.
Management and Engineering graduates are also highly regarded.
Applicants must satisy different educational experience requirements depending on the two different formats:
A 4-year bachelor’s degree in management or engineering (240 ECTS)
A 3-year bachelor’s degree from other areas of study (180 ECTS).
MIP Politecnico di Milano and Audencia Nantes School of Management seek to make the MSCPM course more accessible to outstanding candidates by offering a range of scholarships.
You are normally required to take an English Proficiency Test if you come from a non-English speaking country.
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