MSc International Operations and Supply Chain Management
The need for international businesses to adopt ethical and sustainable strategies throughout their supply chains is increasing. This programme focuses on producing employable, responsible graduates, enabling you to make a valuable contribution to the industry.
Glasgow Caledonian University’s Glasgow School for Business and Society developed this Masters in line with their research, the industry and the requirements of the two Professional Accreditation bodies (Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and transport (CILT)). A unique aspect of the programme is that students can achieve Yellow Belt accreditation as part of the course.
|Duration:||1 year (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£12,600 (intl. students)|
You will join with students from different cultures and backgrounds to develop an international awareness of managing business operations and supply chains. The opportunity of a work related activity combined with exploring examples, cases and contributions from leading commentators, scholars and researchers of operations management and supply chain management will result in an appreciation and understanding of theories and practices from different contexts around the globe.
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The course focuses on all three areas – bank management, finance and risk management – of modern banking which are key to having a successful career in a well reputed intenational bank. GCU has made a great contribution to helping me realise my career objectives, by offering me the right blend of course and then teaching me how to collect and analyse the quantitative data.
MSc International Banking, Finance and Risk Management
Due to the breadth of the course, past students have found employment across a wide range of sectors including Sourcing Group Specialist at RBS, Gist Logistics, Custom Solar, Doosan Babcock, Create Consulting Engineers, SAB Millar, PepsiCo, Zinc Group, BAE, Diageo, Enterprise Rent-a-car and Babcock International.