Supply chain management


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I have studied IT. And I have 4 years exp in banking sector. I'm interested in doing masters MBA in supply chain management. Can you suggest me a good college in France as I have b1 level certification in french and Germany started doing my first level. As I don't have experience in the relevant field(SCM) is it the right course? And buffet constraints I can spend 12000€ for the course.

Thank you

Hi
I have studied IT. And I have 4 years exp in banking sector. I'm interested in doing masters MBA in supply chain management. Can you suggest me a good college in France as I have b1 level certification in french and Germany started doing my first level. As I don't have experience in the relevant field(SCM) is it the right course? And buffet constraints I can spend 12000€ for the course.

Thank you
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StuartHE

I think an MSc will be better for you than an MBA, given your budget. The ideal choice would be the MIT MSc in Luxembourg, but that is double your budget:  https://wwwfr.uni.lu/formations/fdef/master_in_logistics_and_supply_chain_management/admission/fees_funding

I assume that you are a non-EU student when it comes to fees:  https://www.mastersportal.com/search/#q=ci-10|lv-master|di-133|tr-[5000,10000],[10000,20000]|de-fulltime

The best options for you are the regional grandes ecoles with affordable MSc degrees in SCM: Audencia stands out but I would also consider Clermont, Montpellier, and Normandie.

I think an MSc will be better for you than an MBA, given your budget. The ideal choice would be the MIT MSc in Luxembourg, but that is double your budget:&nbsp; https://wwwfr.uni.lu/formations/fdef/master_in_logistics_and_supply_chain_management/admission/fees_funding<br><br>I assume that you are a non-EU student when it comes to fees:&nbsp; https://www.mastersportal.com/search/#q=ci-10|lv-master|di-133|tr-[5000,10000],[10000,20000]|de-fulltime<br><br>The best options for you are the regional grandes ecoles with affordable MSc degrees in SCM: Audencia stands out but I would also consider Clermont, Montpellier, and Normandie.
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StuartHE

Is it the right course? This depends on your goals. Almost certainly an intensive semester in academic French followed by a French-language masters in finance would be safer. 

Is it the right course? This depends on your goals. Almost certainly an intensive semester in academic French followed by a French-language masters in finance would be safer.&nbsp;
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Thank you for the suggestions, I have graduated in engineering, checked universities I don't meet the criteria for applying any course in Finance. Can you suggest me masters course in France. I have three experience in customer services(french)  and presently working in HSBC bank(loans and credit services department) in french domain. Thank you.

Thank you for the suggestions, I have graduated in engineering, checked universities I don't meet the criteria for applying any course in Finance. Can you suggest me masters course in France. I have three experience in customer services(french)&nbsp; and presently working in HSBC bank(loans and credit services department) in french domain. Thank you.
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StuartHE

You checked *all* the universities in less than two hours? You should have my job!

[Edited by StuartHE on Jan 08, 2021]

You checked *all* the universities in less than two hours? You should have my job!
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StuartHE

For example  https://www.ecoledesponts.fr/en/advanced-master-infrastructure-project-finance Looks useful

For example&nbsp; https://www.ecoledesponts.fr/en/advanced-master-infrastructure-project-finance Looks useful
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StuartHE

Indeed, even many of the top Finance programmes in France are open to engineers. https://master.edhec.edu/msc-finance 

Were you saying that you don't have the French language criteria to study in French with B1? That's why I suggest you come to France and take a semester in academic French. 

Indeed, even many of the top Finance programmes in France are open to engineers. https://master.edhec.edu/msc-finance&nbsp;<br><br>Were you saying that you don't have the French language criteria to study in French with B1? That's why I suggest you come to France and take a semester in academic French.&nbsp;
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Thank you. I will look for more Finance programs that are open to Engineers.

Thank you. I will look for more Finance programs that are open to Engineers.
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