The Master in Science (MSc) offered by emlyon business school is accessible after a Bachelor (valid diplomas include bac +4 or bac +3). This formation enables foreign or French students to acquire a high-level, specialized education aimed at the main functions of companies whose scope is resolutely oriented towards international markets.
This program requires an "in-company" mission at the end of the course during a minimal duration of 4 months.
Discover the MSc in Supply Chain & Purchasing Management’s content for the 2023-2024 academic year.
The country of destination of the international term will be chosen by the program according to the conditions of entry for that country. If the global situation does not allow for international travel, the acquisition of skills will be accomplished online as a last resort.
Welcome to emlyon's MSc in Supply Chain & Purchasing Management
The MSc in Supply Chain & Purchasing Management is tailored for students who want to work amongst the top professionals in these domains. Both procurement and supply chain jobs are vital for businesses, and there are still many positions to staff. Purchasing is more commercial, whereas supply chain is more technical, but in the end, both competencies are required.
The degree in logistics and supply chain puts heavy emphasis on international scope, strategic impact, and on digital transformation. No business is local anymore, and multicultural profiles are appreciated. A systemic understanding of strategic alignment is mandatory to make a network function, and a deep curiosity in data sciences is key to implementing, using up-to-date tools.
We recruit highly motivated students who want to participate in the adventures of globalization, high-technology, and ecosystemic companies. In many companies, there are still plenty of opportunities to shape your own position and manage various projects. Of course, you may also work as a consultant, or create your own start-up, where the same skills will be required.
I look forward to welcoming you.
Eric David - Director of the MSc in Supply Chain & Purchasing Management