Your course content
What you will learn
Our new Master's programme helps you design, manage and analyse complex value chains. You gain an intensive insight into global supply chains and develop your communication, negotiation and presentation skills in projects.
Thanks to the technology and process-oriented approach, you will learn about SCM and ERP systems and extend your knowledge in international law, logistics and process management. In addition, you will become proficient in current topics such as business intelligence, SCM 4.0, big data and operations research.
Your career prospects
Our innovative approach that pays off
Upon graduation, you are able to manage complex supply chains and are prepared for demanding management positions around the globe.
Choose from the following career paths:
- Supply chain manager
- Logistics manager
- Operations planner
- Inventory specialist
- Procurement analyst
Our study concept
Your studies are divided into 5-week blocks. During this time you focus on one management topic which you get to view from different angles. Thanks to this approach you can learn about real management challenges and strengthen the skills that employers are looking for.Learn more about our academic approach
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Developing capabilities for Supply Chain Strategy
One of the key courses of the Supply Chain Management Master's programme is dedicated to developing Supply Chain Strategies to improve the competitiveness of companies. During a recent online lecture at SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Joseph Roussel, the author of the book “Strategic Supply Chain Management”, challenged the students to identify the supply chain capabilities needed to implement the company strategy. Aligning company and operations strategy is key for success in the market. Citing examples from companies, Joseph highlighted how strategic thinking can be used to improve operational performance.
The lecture was very well received by a group of SCM Master's students from both the Berlin and Hamburg SRH campuses. During the event, many challenging questions were discussed and answered, exceeding the planned time slot. Prof. Becker plans to add similar events to the Supply Chain programme in the near future.
- Supply Chain 4.0 - Technical Foundations 5
- IT-based Process Design 5
- Supply Chain Operations 5
- Strategic Logistics Management 5
- International Management 5
- Scientific Writing 5
- Supply Chain Coordination 5
- Big Data in Supply Chain Management 5
- Supply Chain Strategies 5
- Digital Supply Chain Management Systems 5
- Business Intelligence 5
- Operations Research 5
- Intercultural Competences 6
- Leadership 6
- International Business Law 6
- Entrepreneurship OR Incubator Module I 6
- Process Management and Simulation 6
- Internship OR Company Project I-III OR Incubator II-IV 10
- Master's Thesis 20
Full-Flex Offer | For international students only
Are you worried that Covid-19 might affect your academic future? Are you facing visa delays and travel restrictions? Take advantage of our offer to start your studies in October 2021 in a virtual format and receive a reward!
To submit your application, you will need the following:
- Bachelor's degree in Logistics, Business Engineering, Business Administration/Management, Engineering or IT
- Letter of motivation
- Proof of English language proficiency
- Curriculum vitae
- Copy of your passport/ID
Please find our English language requirements here:
- Duolingo 95 Pts
- TOEFL 87 ibt (direct entry)
- TOEFL 79 - 86 ibt (with additional agreement)
- TOEIC 785 (Listening/Reading 785, Speaking 160, Writing 150)
- IELTS (academic) 6.5 average - please see Language Centre guidelines if results differ
- CAE (grade A, B, or C)
- CPE (grade A, B or C)
- FCE (grade A, B or C)
- Pearson English Test Academic (PTE-A) 59 points
- Linguaskill: 176 - 184 (CES) - all four skills required
You don't feel prepared yet? More information about the Academic English Preparation Course
Fees and Funding
Your tuition fees
- citizenship | EU/EEA (incl. Western Balkans, Switzerland): EUR 800 / month
- citizenship | Non-EU/EEA: EUR 6450 / semester
The monthly/semester tuition fees remain the same for the entire duration of the study programme.
An additional enrolment fee of EUR 500 (EU/EEA) / EUR 900 (non-EU/EEA) is to be paid once at the start of the programme.
Information on financing options & scholarships can be found here.
Application process and deadlines
We are happy to welcome you to our university. This is our application process:
- You submit your online application via the SRH application portal
- If you meet the admission requirements, we will invite you to a personal/phone interview
- If the interview is successful, you will receive an acceptance letter and the study contract
- You sign the study contract and send it back to us
- You pay the enrolment fee (all students) and – if you are a non-EU/non-EEA student – the 3-month deposit
- You receive your letter of admission
- You take part in our Welcome Week and then you are good to go!
- You will take part in a step-by-step learning experience
- You will study in small teams through practice-oriented tasks
- You can concentrate on what is important in 5-week blocks
- You will receive individual support from your lecturers