Double accreditation for MSc Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics
The Supply Chain and Global Logistics MSc is accredited by both the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).
The accreditations provide students with the opportunity to receive an internationally valued award and gain membership to two leading professional bodies.
Currently, this is the only online UK degree to be accredited by both CILT and CIPS, affording you a double opportunity to increase your career potential. Graduates of the programme with sufficient work experience can apply for the following two designations:
- Member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply [MCIPS] with CIPS
- Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transportation [CMILT] with CILT.
This business focused MSc degree can help you advance your career by gaining an in-depth perspective of global supply chains and developing the strategic and analytical tools to manage them.
The double accreditation will mark you out as a professional with international recognised status.
Benefits of accreditation
Being part of a professional network will help you to connect with fellow peers and students across the globe and learn from those already working in the field.
You will also have access to latest news, job opportunities and current developments in procurement and supply. The denominations MCIPS and CMILT will allow you to gain a significant career advantage and will highlight your expertise to other professionals and employers alike.
City, University of London Alumni Bursary
If you have previously studied and received a degree from City, University of London you are eligible for a 10% bursary on your fees – see the Funding your study section.
More about Supply Chain and Global Logistics
An ideal programme to enhance your career in supply chain management or gain an insight into global trends in the industry, and prepare you for the jobs of the future.
- Full details and all the modules are available on the programme page.