Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Supply Chain Management at SRH University of Applied Sciences

SRH University of Applied Sciences 6 Semesters
Germany Full Time
Bachelor of Science Onsite

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing industry, one which needs about 15,000 executives per year? The Bachelor of Supply Chain Management study program consists of three main components: Business Administration, Engineering, and Information Technology.

Our Bachelor of Supply Chain Management study program introduces you to all parts of logistics. The different logistical functions within a company, the industry-specific requirements of logistics, and modern logistic technologies will be an important part of your study.

You will learn to analyze, plan, and control all inner-company logistic processes while ensuring quality standards. You will be able to automate the company’s processes through specification, selection, and implementation of important information and communication technologies. Furthermore, you will learn profound management skills to steer and structure a modern logistics company. Additional important topics are:

Elements of digitalization: lectures in informatics, e-business, SAP and programming as well as IT projects
Management competencies and important entrepreneurial know-how like leading and planning a company or human resource management
Soft skills and personality development: lectures in self-management, presentation techniques, and intercultural competence

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Course Details:

Classroom lectures are held on the SRH campus in Hamm. The program runs for six semesters, equalling a study period of three years. Our students deal intensively with one practical question over a five-week period and take a maximum of two subjects per five-week block. Learning objectives, course contents, and exams are aligned. Our competency-based exams are written at the end of each five-week block (eight to nine times a year). Through regular testing, our students get continuous feedback on their performance and do not need to study for multiple exams. In this manner, content is conveyed very effectively and can be easily remembered. The sixth semester is the final practical semester, during which students write their final (Bachelor’s) theses in a company. As this practical phase is scheduled at the end of the program, you will profit from the resulting profitable contacts to companies and future employers – an important step for your successful entry into your career. Students who successfully complete the six-semester Bachelor of Supply Chain Management study program are conferred the academic title of “Bachelor of Science”.

Enrollment Requirements:

Academic admission requirements
University entrance qualification or equivalent

Teaching Language:

English

Costs/Tuition Fees:

4,080 EUro

Language Requirements:

We require proof of proficiency in English – for example, a TOEFL level of 600 (pbT)/80 (ibT), IELTS level of 6.5 or an equivalent certification. Students from countries with English as the official language in education are not required to submit these test results.

About the University/Institution:

The Leuphana University of Lüneburg is one of Germany’s landmark universities for higher education reform and innovation. With about 9,900 students and 160 full professors, the university has developed a highly respected academic profile. Today, Leuphana University is regarded as a model institution for inter- and transdisciplinary research, academic organization, innovation in teaching, and academic transfer.

University Location

Lüneburg is a 1,000-year-old city of 73,000 inhabitants, located near Hamburg. Established as a salt mining community, it enjoyed great prosperity in its early years, supplying the whole Scandinavian and Baltic Sea regions with salt. Renowned for its opportunities and affluence, Lüneburg was the place to be for Germany’s most wealthy inhabitants, which is still evident in the well-preserved inner city.

Application Deadline:

September/October and March/April

Apply/Website Link:

https://campus.fh-hamm.de/

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