haîne logistique fluviale sur l'axe Méditerranée-Rhône-Saône entre Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône et Lyon, 31/7/2018
a resolutely international training: students, faculty and pilot internship companies are from different cultures and more than 90% of the courses are taught in English,
a complementarity between engineering and management sciences, essential to the management of the logistics and supply chain function,
alternating between teaching modules and integration seminars.
a work-study format in response to a marked desire on the part of companies to integrate people for a longer period of time, right from the start of the training.
preparation for APICS BASICS and Lean 6Sigma certifications included in the curriculum: an increasingly frequent requirement of supply chain recruiters.
a programme in line with market realities, illustrated by practical cases and simulations presented by recognised professionals.
The MS is listed in the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP), under the title "Supply Chain Designer and Manager".
The MS SCD&M is 2nd in the Eduniversal SMBG ranking, 1st MS offered by an engineering school in the field of supply chain.
Over the years, logistics and then supply chain have acquired a legitimacy that is now essential within companies.
The constraints of the economic environment facing companies further reinforce the importance of logistics functions. These are indeed professions in the plural: for example, the size of the company, its sector of activity, its possible international scope are all characteristics that lead to the orientation of these functions towards particular professions.
Globalisation and the emergence of new markets oblige companies to adapt their logistics structures continuously to new markets and to train highly qualified personnel
Dr Michel Nakhla, Co-Director of MS
Professor at École des Ponts ParisTech
Dominique Duhautbout, Co-Director of MS
Anne Jean-Marie, programme assistant