The 10-month graduate program will be taught in English, and will take place in Asia, Europe and North America.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) said the MIT Global SCALE Network has launched a three-continent supply chain graduate program, which will take place in Asia, Europe and North America.
The 10-month program has been dubbed the MIT-Zaragoza-Ningbo Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program, or 3C Master’s Program, and will be taught in English.
The 3C Master’s Program was jointly created by three MIT SCALE Network Centers, which include:
• The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL, USA);
• The Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC Spain);
• And the Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute China (NSCIIC, China).
The deadline for the first round of applications is March 15, and the deadline for the second round is April 15, with rolling admissions after the second-round deadline.
Students who join the program will:
• Attend an orientation week in Spain before starting the program’s Fall term in Zaragoza, Spain, where they will study supply chain systems and methods;
• Relocate to Cambridge, Mass. for the January term, which will cover leadership and management;
• And will then go to Ningbo, China for the Spring term, where they will study supply chain specialization.
In addition, students must complete a capstone research project before graduating.