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Master of science (MSc) : Management of International Lean and Supply chain projects

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This International Master, 100 % in English, proposed in partnership with Toulouse Business School, is dedicated to Supply Chain and Continuous Improvement (Lean) projects. This is a two-year full-time program divided into four semesters: courses over 3 semesters followed by an internship of one semester in a company or in a research laboratory. This program is accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.


Program

1. Managing Internationally and Responsibly

  • Cross-cultural management
  • Interaction processes in international team
  • Negotiation

2. International Growth Measurement and Marketing

  • Creation of value metrics
  • International Marketing Communications

3. Internationalization Process

  • Law related to international strategy
  • International entrepreneurial decisions

4. Supply Chain Management

  • Materials management
  • Basics of SCM (BSCM certification)
  • Principles of sourcing and procurement

5. Demand Chain Management

  • Sales forecasting
  • Distribution, Transportation
  • Physical Internet
  •  Closed-Loop Supply Chain

6. Lean Management

  • Business process management
  • Quality management
  • Lean-6 sigma (Yellow Belt certification)

7. Enterprise and Network Management

  • Accounting and Finance Management
  • Strategy and Marketing

8. Project Management

  • Basics of-project management (CAPM certification)
  • Collaborative project management

9. Decision Support Systems

  • Quantitative models and simulation
  • Information systems
  • Demand-driven MRP (CDDP certification)

10. Personal Development

  • Communication and team management
  • Reflective and learning diary
  • Foreign languages and European culture

11. MSc Thesis

  • 6-month MSc thesis in industry or in research lab (France or international)

Location

Most of the classes will be held on the main campus of Toulouse Business School, located in the center of Toulouse.


Admission

Participants must hold a 3-year Bachelor of Science degree in any field (engineering, sciences, management, economics…). French candidates are expected to have an academic level that corresponds to the Licence (L3).

Participants who hold a 4-year Bachelor degree (or upper) can apply directly to the MSc SCALE.

Applications are open from April to November each year. One intake per year in January.

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