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Logistics and Supply Chain Masters Program at UWS School of Business & Enterprise in Scotland
Established in 2007 after a merger of University of Paisley (founded in 1897) and Belle College Hamilton, University of the West of Scotland (UWS) is a public university with five campuses at Paisley, Hamilton, Dumfries and Ayr in Scotland and in London. With over 17,000 students, UWS has been ranked by Times Higher Education as being in the top 3% of the world’s universities.
University of the West of Scotland is one of Scotland's largest and most innovative modern universities. Home to Scotland's largest growing research community, UWS combines cutting-edge teaching with first-class research facilities. The Scottish campuses are located within historic towns that allow easy commuting to Scotland's largest city, Glasgow or Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh.
UWS School of Business & Enterprise provides professionally-focused business courses which are tailored to suit the needs of modern-day businesses. The courses are work-focused, tailor-made, and flexible where you can study full time, part time or online. All the degree courses are professionally accredited or working towards accreditation. The school also offers research opportunities through MRes, MPhil, PhD, or through the applied professional doctorate (DBA) programs.
- MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (1-2 years full-time & 3 years part-time): This course will equip you with the specialist knowledge and training to design and manage effective logistics and supply chain systems, creating managerial opportunities in the public and private sectors. You will study all aspects of logistics and supply chain management, covering the range of activities associated with the efficient flow and storage of goods, services and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption in response to consumer requirements.
- Admission Requirements: The schools welcomes Scottish, UK and international students and considers all applicants on an individual basis and take a range of factors into account when assessing your application and consider other alternative combinations of qualifications and experience. All students should apply directly to the University through the online application system.
LAST UPDATED ON April 22, 2018