MSc International Logistics and Port Management
Acquire the essential knowledge to thrive in the Port and Logistics industries
Accredited by the French Conference des Grandes Ecoles.
The MSc International Logistics and Port Management trains expert port professionals, be it in transport, logistics or operations terms.
The MSc in International Logistics and Port Management teaches practical skills sought for by businesses specialising in international logistics, international transport and port management. The involvement of regional experts in teaching helps students develop as professionals and enter the job market.
Assistant Professor in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The programme of the MSc International Logistics and Port Management provides a comprehensive set of knowledge to succeed in this dynamic industry.
Selection based on application file and individual motivation interview.
Please apply via the on-line application procedure.
The programme is open to:
No English language test score is required for students holding a degree from an English-speaking university. For other applicants, language requirements are: TOEIC 790, IELTS 6, TOEFL 83.
Due to the covid-19 situation and the closure of some Exams Centres, we do offer the possibility for the candidate to take a Language Test online, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order for our students to benefit from optimal learning conditions, places in our programmes are limited. The number of remaining places is reviewed after each admission session. Whenever a cohort is full, admissions for the programme are closed.
Most of our programs have reached their maximum enrolment and can no longer accommodate new students. To find out about application opportunities, please contact our team as soon as possible.
In addition to the EM Normandy application form, international candidates must approach their local Campus France office to facilitate the process of obtaining their visa.Once the down payment has been received, the School will help International students with their visa procedures and search for accommodation.
The logistics industry is dynamic and operating smoothly. Currently responsible for over 2 million jobs in France, the market is set to expand by around 1.5% per year.
The constant growth of e-commerce supported by new technologies, related consumer habits and the impact of big data are creating change and causing companies, particularly in industry, to rethink how they are organised and how their systems operate.
New skills such as interdisciplinary expertise are expected, with more capacity to progress in an international and multicultural environment where mobility and the ability to bring together virtual teams are the keys to success.
Prospects are numerous in industrial organisations, logistics and service firms, as well as humanitarian agencies:
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