Master of Science
in Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Fierce competition in today’s global markets, increasing number of new products and services, and heightened expectations of customers’ force businesses to build and run high performing supply chains. Supply chain and logistics management brings together the effective application of technologies, processes and leadership so that companies can deliver on their promises. Our MSSCLM Program provides you with the tools to become a leader in today’s most vibrant management disciplines. Logistics and supply chain management are world trade growth drivers. The goals of the MSSCLM Program are to provide you with breadth and depth of supply chain and logistics knowledge to aid in your career development.
Informed global perspectives and cultural diversity are reflected in all aspects of our research and teaching. These elements, combined with a multicultural base of faculty and participants, enable senior executives, aspiring leaders and growth driven companies to turn in-market challenges and business uncertainty into future opportunities. With the UAE being the hub of supply chain and logistics industries, you will have potential advantages of being in an ever-increasing alumni network that can have profound impacts on career opportunities.
Taught by our world-class faculty, in-class sessions offer one-on-one opportunities to discuss in detail the latest in supply chain and logistics theory and how it applies to the daily operation of an efficient supply chain. The holistic MSSCLM Program at IMT gives a solid grounding in everything that touches supply chain and logistics management – marketing, sourcing, manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, supply chain analytics, and technology and incorporates a focused individual Dissertation Module. Experiential learning programs offer dynamic projects that would allow you to apply supply chain and logistics methodologies, tools and techniques to a business problem. Practical relevance drives this Program. Classes are conveniently scheduled over the weekend to ensure work life balance.
With your skills in areas of supply chain and logistics and augmented by your knowledge in leadership, problem-solving, communications, relationship management and information flows, you will be prepared for a career in logistics, procurement and supply chain management roles in all sectors. A Masters in Supply Chain and Logistics management will prepare you for a variety of career opportunities in logistics, warehousing management, transportation management, operations and production management, purchasing, inventory control, and customer relationship management, and other such professional roles. U.S. News & World Report, in its Best Jobs of the Future issue, lists supply chain management as one of 20 hot job tracks for the 21st century.
IMT Dubai is associated with professional organizations such as the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), UK and the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers – Middle East Chapter (ICS-ME) with regard to MSSCLM Program. Further, our program is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Government of UAE.
Applicants to the Master of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics Management (MS-SCLM) program must have an undergraduate degree (bachelor’s degree) from an accredited university with a CGPA of 3.0 and above on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent score.
A certificate of English proficiency such as: TOEFL with a minimum score of 550, or IELTS with a minimum score of 6.0 or another standardized, internationally recognized test approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR), UAE.
Eligible candidates will be required to attend an assessment interview with one of the faculty members from IMT Dubai. The acceptance decision will solely be based on the performance during that interview.
Although previous work experience is not a requirement for entry into the MS-SCLM program, applicants with previous work experience will be given preference during the selection process.