Master Programme in Management of Logistics and Innovation 60 cr

Master Programme in Management of Logistics and Innovation 60 cr

Today, constant improvement and optimisation is crucial to being an international competitor. The programme will provide you with in-depth knowledge of industrial economy and of how to create smoother flows using various analysis and simulation tools. Collaboration and development in different process stages are also important elements of the programme.

Strategies and methods for the supply chain

Effective logistics systems and strategic control currently have an increasingly important role in successful businesses. Product development and supplier cooperation are a few processes you will receive more in-depth knowledge about in order to increase the quality of the logistics flow.

The programme is aimed at both Swedish and foreign students, and English is the language of instruction. The programme will prepare you for third-cycle studies.

Application deadline January 15!

Master Programme in Management of Logistics and Innovation is an international programme with application deadline January 15. Apply at www.universityadmissions.se.

Application

Prerequisites

A completed Bachelor's degree, corresponding to a Swedish Bachelor's degree (180 ECTS), or equivalent academic qualifications from an internationally recognised university. Major in Industrial Engineering and Management (90 ECTS) or equivalent. English language proficiency equivalent to (the Swedish upper secondary school) English course B/6.

Selection

University credits

Application

You apply to programme online at: www.universityadmissions.se.

Key dates

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Time
Start
Conditions
Application *
Autumn 2018
On-Campus
2018 - 2019
Number of participants:
20
Location:
Gävle
Application code:
HIG-17074
Language:
English
Pace:
100%
Application:
*) The online application at antagning.se opens approximately one month before application deadline
University of Gävle
Master Programme in Management of Logistics and Innovation 60 cr