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Undergraduate programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The programme offers its students the knowledge and skills needed to manage the process of product and service delivery from manufacturers to end customers. These skills include planning and controlling the flows and resources at complicated business infrastructure sites and network systems, such as supply chains.
Master’s Programme in Strategic Management in Logistics
The Master’s programme in Strategic Management in Logistics is an innovative educational product that aims to train strategically minded logistics specialists. The programme is focused on training the highest-qualified logistics specialists in Russia – universal logistics managers, supply chain coordinators, analysts and researchers who understand international methods of strategic management in company logistics. These methods are based on the integral concept of logistics and the use of innovative approaches from supply chain management theory.
Master’s Programme in Innovative Technologies for Supply Chain Management
The programme aims to form the creative thinking skills needed to solve strategic tasks related to design, building and management of logistics infrastructure at both the company and macroeconomic level. Knowledge and skills acquired during the course will prepare graduates to work in consulting and analysis, banks, investment firms, start-up companies, and the departments of Russian ministries responsible for managing modern logistics infrastructure.
Master’s Programme in Digital Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The digital revolution is transforming key business processes in various fields. This demands that employees properly understand economics, technology paradigms and innovation management practices in digital technology-oriented businesses. The move to digital production and online trade demands a new perspective on logistics as a tool to manage value chains and determine the focus of changes that must take place in logistics/supply chain management in the context of a more general transition to cyber production. Therefore, the aim of this programme is to prepare highly qualified staff for digital logistics and supply chain management, relying on global experience in terms of advanced ICT, as well as teaching and learning.
Continuing education programmes at the International Centre of Training in Logistics