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MS® ISLI - Global Supply Chain Management

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Admission level

Degree

Global Supply Chain Management (ISLI) Programme Content

Admission level:

Master's degree
Bachelor Degree + 5 years of managerial experience

Degree:

Advanced Executive Master

Global Supply Chain Management (ISLI) Programme Content

Admission level :
Master's degree Bachelor Degree + 5 years of managerial experience
Duration :
1 year
Degree :
Advanced Executive Master
Campus :
Paris
Format :
Part-time
Language :
English

6 residential modules spread over 12 months

Format :
Part-time
Duration :
1 year
Language :
English
Campus :
Paris
Admission level :
Master's degree Bachelor's degree
Supply Chain Strategy & Global Value-Creating
  • Supply Chain Strategy & Design
  • Global Manufacturing Systems
  • Supply Chain & Finance Management
Supply Chain Planning
  • Planning, Forecasting & Inventory Management
  • Supply Chain Planning & Manufacturing Resources Planning
  • Sales & Operations Planning and Supply Chain Coordination
Supply Chain Tactics
  • Supply Chain Performance Management
  • Sourcing & Suppliers Management
  • Supply Chain Distribution
  • Supply Chain Simulation : SILOG
Supply Chain Analytics, It & Data Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Supply Chain Data & Systems Management 
Operations Management, Processes & Tools
  • International Trade & Logistics
  • Reverse Supply Chain
  • Warehouse, Transportation & Contract Management
  • Supply Chain Quality & Lean Management

 

Supply Chain Innovation & Sustainability
  • Supply Chain Sustainability Management
  • Innovation Management
  • Project Management 
  • Individual Project

 

Leadership, Communication & Supply Chain Project Management
  • Business Writing and Communications Workshop
  • Supply Chain Team Management Workshop
  • Supply Chain Leadership Workshop
Professional Thesis
Online Training
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