MSc Global Logistics, Operations & Supply Chain Management2020-09-11T15:15:11+01:00

MSc Global Logistics, Operations & Supply Chain Management

1 Year Full-time classroom


The MSc in Global Logistics, Operations and Supply Chain Management has been designed to enable you to acquire an in-depth understanding of the major areas of knowledge and philosophical approaches that underpin the concept of the Global Supply Process.

The programme philosophy is to develop this knowledge and understanding of the specialist area of supply chain management, whilst placing it firmly within an organisational context. The key specialist modules are resultant from both academic and professional influence as to strategic change factors within the global supply process.

Key facts

  • Develop your expertise in this dynamic sector where individuals are in high demand
  • This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS)
  • Choose to do a dissertation or a consultancy project
  • Also available as MSc Global Logistics, Operations and Supply Chain Management with Advanced Practice
Key facts
Level of study:
UK/EU Fee: £7,170
International Fee: £15,500
Mode of study:
Full-time classroom
1 Year
Student finance:
January, May, September

Academic requirements

  • Minimum of a 2:2 (second class) honours degree from a UK university or equivalent in any discipline.
  • Others are welcome to apply with relevant work experience. You must have a clear commitment to a professional career in the marketing profession, particularly in its digital areas of application.

If you’re unsure if you meet the entry criteria, please contact us and our team will be able to advise you.

Alternatively, you may be eligible to join one of our Pre-Masters programmes. These are specifically designed for students who do not yet meet the entry requirements for our postgraduate degrees and would like to bridge this gap in their qualifications. Upon successful completion of one of our Pre-Masters programmes you will be eligible to join one of our Masters programmes.

English language requirements

  • Students require IELTS 6.5 (or above) with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent.

If you have IELTS 5.5 – 6.0, then you may be able to join our Pre-Sessional English before beginning this programme.

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Strategic Partnership and Value Creation
Operations and Supply Chain Improvement
Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Risk
Strategic Procurement and Logistics
Leadership and Management Development
Research Methods and Analytics for Business Practice

Tuition fees 2020/21

  • UK/EU students: £7,170
  • International students: £15,500
  1. Student Finance (funded by the government) allows students from any financial background to go to university.
  2. The Student Finance package includes a loan for course fees, plus a means-tested Maintenance Loan or Grant to cover living costs.
  3. UK universities can charge up to £10,225 a year in tuition fees, but you’ll pay nothing upfront if you’re eligible for Student Finance (most students are).
  4. You could get extra cash if a health condition, childcare costs, or clinical placements leave you out of pocket while studying, or financial support if you’re struggling to get by.
  5. You or your parents may be expected to chip in for maintenance support (i.e. living costs). You’ll need to plan for this!
  6. Student Finance has to be paid back, but don’t let that put you off! Student Loan repayments work more like a graduate tax, which is far easier to manage after uni.
  7. You only make Student Loan repayments once you’ve left your course AND are earning enough. Repayments vary with your salary, and stop altogether if your income drops too low.
  8. Controversially, the Student Loan charges up to 5.6% interest each year until you pay it all back.
  9. But crucially, many loans may be written off anyway before they’re fully repaid. If you’re not a big earner after uni you may only pay back a fraction of what you borrow from Student Finance.
  10. For the most part, Student Finance is reserved for UK students, but if you’re from the EU – or meet other eligibility criteria – you may get some support.
  11. Almost all students can get a bite at funding beyond Student Finance, from bursaries and scholarships to charity and corporate cash.

Graduates can expect to secure roles in areas such as Operations Management, Materials Management, Purchasing and Quality Management. Typical roles include:

  • Supplier Quality Manager
  • Transport Consultant
  • Distribution Services Manager
  • E-commerce Operations Manager
  • Freight Account Manager
  • Logistics Project Manager

Upon successfully completing your course, you may undertake further professional development and training through Professional Pathways programmes.

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If you need more information, please contact us on 020 3302 7144 or on our CONTACT page to discuss your requirements.


Importance of choosing
Global Logistics, Operations, and Supply Chain Management

♦ Better collaboration

♦ Improved quality control

♦ Higher efficiency rate

♦ Keeping up with demand

♦ Shipping optimization

♦ Improved risk mitigation

Study Britannia Will Help you By

♦ Identifying and understanding your needs and your goals

♦ Providing you with clear information about your options

♦ Guiding you through application and assessment processes

♦ Offering any additional education support required

♦ Being there throughout the study period to help with any issues.

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If you need more information, please contact us on 020 3302 7144 or on our CONTACT page to discuss your requirements.

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