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MScLogistics Management

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Starting in2024
Entry requirements: 2:2
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Up to: 20% alumni discountFind out more
Campus: Southampton City CentreView on Google Maps

Why study a logistics management master's degree at Solent University

Build the knowledge, skills and confidence to develop expertise across key areas of operations management, logistics and supply chain strategies within a global risk context.

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  • You'll be studying within an award-winning business school. Solent Business School was awarded Outstanding Higher Education Provider at the 2022 CMI Awards, recognising our positive impact supporting and developing students to be future leaders and managers.
  • You'll learn from an experienced course team with broad range of academic and industry knowledge and experience.
  • The course offers a range of highly transferable, in-demand skills, including communication, leadership, presentation, research and analysis, teamwork and networking – essential for any industry or employer.
  • Guided learning activities will widen your skills and expose you to real-world learning - essential for employment in the business and finance sector.
  • Solent's Business School is one of only 62 business schools to hold the Small Business Charter.
  • Benefit from free logistics career consultation for life. Our careers advice service, Solent Futures is available to all Solent students and graduates for life, helping you to progress in your current career or discuss options for a change in career.
  • This course is eligible for the Postgraduate Master's student loan. This loan is from Student Finance England and can be used to cover costs (ie, accommodation, tuition fees) associated with postgraduate studies (it was up to £12,167 for 2023 entry).

Course overview

The modern global business landscape and contemporary geo-political challenges have shown us that resources, logistics and supply chains are more important than ever before. The discipline of logistics and supply chain management has gained greater attention in recent times, especially in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. This course is in direct response to the industry need for graduates with specialised knowledge and education in logistics management.

Throughout the course, you'll develop your understanding of modern supply chains and the issues companies face in managing them in these challenging and turbulent times. You'll also explore the issues faced by organisations in managing their logistics and be able to evaluate the impact of supply chain decisions on the success of an organisation.

On completion of the course, you'll be equipped with the necessary skills to analyse modern business logistics and supply chain challenges, and to develop value-adding sustainable strategies.

Any questions?

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Email: admissions@solent.ac.ukCall: 023 8201 5066

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Email: admissions.international@solent.ac.ukCall: +44 (0)23 8201 5066

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Course features

  • Apply direct

    You can apply direct to Solent University for this course

  • January start available

    This course has an option to start in January

  • May start available

    This course has an option to start in May.

This course is for

This course is ideal for students who are seeking a master’s degree with an emphasis in supply chain and logistics management and those who wish to strengthen their experience by attaining an advanced degree in this area.

What this course leads to

Possible roles for graduates from this course could include:

  • Supply chain solution design analyst
  • Logistics manager/director
  • Strategic sourcing manageer
  • Buyer
  • Procurement manager/specialist
  • Quality manager
  • Production planner
  • Purchasing manager

Meet the team

The University cannot guarantee any particular members of staff will teach specific aspects of the course in the future, but will endeavour to ensure the teaching team maintains their balance of experience and qualifications.

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