Manage the value chains of tomorrow | next intake: April 2021
In today’s globalised economy international trade and consumer demand are constantly increasing. Global supply chains and business processes are becoming more complex and more diversified.
Thus there is a demand for a new generation of supply chain managers who know how to deal with multi-level value chains, advanced business processes, complex IT structures and multicultural stakeholders.
The students of our new Master’s programme know how to plan, manage and analyse international supply chains and learn about SCM and ERP systems. They extend their knowledge in international law, logistics and process management and become proficient in current topics such as Business Intelligence, SCM 4.0, Big Data and Operations Research.
Thanks to the project- and skill-based approach of the programme, students get to strengthen their leadership, communication and intercultural skills and are prepared for demanding supply chain management positions around the globe.
|Degree||Master of Science (M. Sc.)|
|Duration of Study||
Summer Semester (April) and Winter Semester (October)
Bachelor’s degree in logistics, business engineering, economics, engineering or IT, proof of English language proficiency and successful participation in the personal/phone interview.
SRH Campus Hamburg
The curriculum focuses on process management, business knowledge, supply chain technologies and the development of soft skills.
Students gain a thorough insight into global supply chains and get to extend their team-working, negotiation and presentation skills in projects throughout the semester.
Thanks to the technology- and process-focused approach, our Supply Chain Management students receive a well-rounded and interdisciplinary management education.
|1st Semester||2nd Semester||3rd Semester||4th Semester|
|International Management and Studies||Business Intelligence and Operations Research||Supply Chain Management Process and Process Design||Company Project/|
|Supply Chain Management 4.0 - Technical Foundations||Supply Chain Management Systems and Strategies||Entrepreneurship and International Law||Master's Thesis|
|Strategic Logistics Management and Supply Chain Operations||Supply Chain Coordination and Big Data||Intercultural Competences and Leadership|
Advance your career with a Master's degree
Upon graduation you can work i.a. in the following industries: logistics, manufacturing, retail, logistics services as well as consulting and software firms.
Typical positions are:
- Supply Chain Manager
- Logistics Manager
- Operations Planner
- Inventory Specialist
- Procurement Analyst
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The degree in Supply Chain Management prepares you for a leading position in a company, an academic career or a PhD.
You can start your studies at SRH Campus Hamburg in the winter or summer semester. Just apply online now. We will check your application carefully and, if the documents are in order, invite you to an interview.
Admission requirements vary according to the educational background and nationality of candidates.
The basic requirements are...
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in:
- Business Engineering
- Business Administration/Management
As well as a personal or telephone interview and proof of English language proficiency.
Applications of international candidates are examined individually to determine if they fulfil the admission requirements.
Proof of language skills
The following English proficiency tests are accepted:
- TOEFL 87 ibt
- TOEIC Listening/Reading 785, Speaking 160, Writing 150
- IELTS (academic) 6.5
- CAE (grade A, B, or C)
- CPE (grade A, B or C)
- Pearson English Test Academic (PTE-A): 59 Points
- B2 First: 173
We are currently also accepting the following tests in times of Covid-19:
Studying at SRH Campus Hamburg is worth the investment. You benefit from high-quality education that will prepare you for the challenges of your dream job.
A degree from SRH facilitates the entry into the job market. Excellent study conditions and comprehensive services help you focus on your studies.
|EU/EEA (incl. Albania, North Macedonia, Switzerland)||€800 / month|
|Non-EU/Non-EEA||€6450 / semester|
Please note: The monthly/semester tuition fees remain the same for the entire duration of the study programme.
An additional enrolment fee of €500 (EU/EEA students) / €900 (Non-EU/EEA students) is to be paid once at the start of the programme.
Funding and Scholarships
Information on financing options & scholarships can be found here.