BA (Hons) International Supply Chain Management
Supply chain management is a growing global specialist area and an essential function within organisations, involving many aspects from procurement and logistics through to operations and project management.
This programme is designed for students with a relevant HND to enter at Year 3 and gain an Honours degree. You’ll develop your understanding of the complexity of the internal and external connections of international supply chains and gain the tools, techniques and management abilities required for a successful career. You’ll also develop your knowledge of the global challenges affecting supply chain process, including economic, legal, financial, strategic and global issues, and their impact on international trade.
Depending on your previous area of study you’ll be able to select option modules including project management and digital business and marketing or choose to study a language.
|Duration:||2 years (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£11,500 / year (intl. students)|
In addition to specialist knowledge, you’ll develop your entrepreneurial thinking, your IT skills and the people skills crucial to successfully implementing strategy and change in organisations.
With increased global competition and the pressures of an uncertain economic environment, there is a growing demand for supply chain/logistics managers who understand the complexity of the internal and external connections of today’s international supply chains.There are opportunities for graduates in all industry sectors including public services, local government, the NHS, retail, manufacturing, logistics and engineering.
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The number of people on the programme is small at 25 – everyone is learning together and helping each other which builds an experience instead of just an education. My favourite part so far has been raising money for charity as part of The Enterprise Value Challenge module.
BA (Hons) International Supply Chain Management student
The Enterprise Value Challenge
International Business Strategy
Business Research Methods
Supply Chain Management
A language module
Digital Business and Marketing