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The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) of the University of Luxembourg offers the MIT SCALE master’s programme in logistics and supply chain management. The programme focuses on logistics, supply chain and finance from a Luxembourg perspective. It concentrate on analytical problem solving and leadership skills.

International master’s network

The SCALE network was formed by the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics in 2003. It includes education and research centres in Spain, Luxembourg, Colombia, Malaysia, and China, in addition to Cambridge MA. LCL offers a master’s modeled on MIT’s 10-month master’s programme, which has been educating supply chain professionals since 1998.

The MIT SCALE master’s programmes helps early-career professionals build their supply chain expertise and advance their careers. Students learn the latest management methods, engage in cutting-edge research and enjoy rich interaction with industry through site visits and facility tours, lectures by visiting executives and an intensive recruiting programme.

Top ranked supply chain programme

The MIT Global SCALE Network’s master’s has now been ranked #1 in the world by Paris-based EdUniversal for the fourth consecutive year.

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