All about this master
MSc. In Supply Chain Management
The curriculum is structured into three rigorous phases organised into intensive weekly modules. Mornings are dedicated to the theory while afternoons are devoted to workshops and practice. This progressive lay-out is paramount in the training and learning process of the student. The programme culminates with a 4 to 6 month internship (either in France or abroad) and the professional thesis (oral defense).
You can also study this programme in two years with the Two-Year M.Sc. .The first year of studies is delivered on the Rouen campus or on the Paris campus from September 2019.
Curriculum (courses, subject modules)
PHASE 1 - Introduction to the Programme
Introduction to Management Sciences
Industrial Organisation and Technology Innovation
Talent and leadership management
PHASE 2 – Core Courses
Operations and Process Management
Introduction to Strategic Supply Chain Management
Information Systems for Supply Chain Management
Logistics and Transportation
PHASE 3 – Professional Courses
Risk and project Management
Managing Quality for Supply Chain Management
Training and Seminars
Maritime transport seminar (including le Havre visit)
Sales seminar (including Rungis visit)
Pharmacy Logistics with a visit to a pharmaceutical Company
Railway Transportation Seminar
How to write a paper Seminars
4 to 6 months, France or abroad.
Company visits and conferences
Required diploma(s) :
Employment opportunities & career impact
Annual salary after graduation
- Average Salary : 43000 € (EUR)
- Minimum Salary : 33000 € (EUR)
- Maximum Salary : 54000 € (EUR)
Average time for obtaining the first job offer : 44% before graduation, 78% within 3 months, 100% within 6 months
Employment opportunities :
An extensive range of managerial and technical positions such as:
- Procurement Manager
- Warehouse Manager
- Operations & Logistics Manager
- Forecast Coordinator
- Information Systems Manager
- Manufacturing supervisor
- Production planner,
Applications are received up to the end of June. Our system is flexible and open as aplications are dealt with as they come in. A personalised approach is privileged in the treatment of each application.
70% of professors from academia (PhD holders).
30% of professional professors.
50% of the faculty is international.
Campus facilities & Student Life
The programme is taught on Rouen campus, in the region of Normandy, an hour away from Paris. Accomodation is available either on university campus or in the town centre of Rouen. For further information on how to apply for a studio flat or a room, you may check the following link http://www.neoma-bs.com/en/students/life-on-campus/neoma-life-on-campus. A dedicated contact from the International Student Services Centre will also guide you in the different administrative steps.