Please help me choose the right ones


Hi Everyone,

Good day to this wonderful community.

Undergraduate: BS International Business
5 years of work experience in Operations, Management, Sales etc.

After finishing my undergrad, I began working in operations, and for the past two years or so, I've also been involved in project management. Interior build and facility management are the fields in which I work. However, I am unable to advance because senior positions require a master's degree. I have five years of full-time work experience in the relevant fields.

Initially, I planned to pursue a master's degree in project management, but after reading a few posts on this site, I decided to pursue a master's degree in supply chain management. I thought this would be beneficial and allow me to learn a new skill because I have experience in Operations and Project Management. After finishing my master's degree, I intend to stay in the UK and work.

I believe that supply chain has many job openings, and that almost every industry needs them. Be it Healthcare, Hospitality, Construction, Retail, or anything else, I was wondering if it would be possible for me to get a job in this field after finishing my studies, given that I am a newcomer to the supply chain field.

I narrowed down a few courses that I think are good and ranked by QS in the specified field.

University of Manchester - MS in Operations, Project and Supply Chain (UK - 1)

Aston University: MS in Supply Chain Management (UK - 8)

Sussex: Ms in Supply Chain and logistics management (UK - 9)

According to QS these Universities are placed in TOP 50 in the world for SCM program.

Unranked, but I felt good as well:

Strathclyde: MS in Supply Chain and Logistics/Procurement (Triple Accredited University)

Liverpool: Operations and Supply Chain Management (Triple accredited University)

Robert Gordon: Ms in Procurement and Supply Chain Management (AACSB)

Few others are Durham and MMU and Lancaster.

Dear experts, I apologize for this lengthy post, I'm actually worried about which universities should I consider applying to and what career opportunities are available to me. It would be helpful if you can give some insights.

Hi Everyone,

Good day to this wonderful community.

Undergraduate: BS International Business
5 years of work experience in Operations, Management, Sales etc.

After finishing my undergrad, I began working in operations, and for the past two years or so, I've also been involved in project management. Interior build and facility management are the fields in which I work. However, I am unable to advance because senior positions require a master's degree. I have five years of full-time work experience in the relevant fields.

Initially, I planned to pursue a master's degree in project management, but after reading a few posts on this site, I decided to pursue a master's degree in supply chain management. I thought this would be beneficial and allow me to learn a new skill because I have experience in Operations and Project Management. After finishing my master's degree, I intend to stay in the UK and work.

I believe that supply chain has many job openings, and that almost every industry needs them. Be it Healthcare, Hospitality, Construction, Retail, or anything else, I was wondering if it would be possible for me to get a job in this field after finishing my studies, given that I am a newcomer to the supply chain field.

I narrowed down a few courses that I think are good and ranked by QS in the specified field.

University of Manchester - MS in Operations, Project and Supply Chain (UK - 1)

Aston University: MS in Supply Chain Management (UK - 8)

Sussex: Ms in Supply Chain and logistics management (UK - 9)

According to QS these Universities are placed in TOP 50 in the world for SCM program.

Unranked, but I felt good as well:

Strathclyde: MS in Supply Chain and Logistics/Procurement (Triple Accredited University)

Liverpool: Operations and Supply Chain Management (Triple accredited University)

Robert Gordon: Ms in Procurement and Supply Chain Management (AACSB)

Few others are Durham and MMU and Lancaster.

Dear experts, I apologize for this lengthy post, I'm actually worried about which universities should I consider applying to and what career opportunities are available to me. It would be helpful if you can give some insights.
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Duncan

If you wnat to work in the UK, I suggest you focus on the schools in the top 25: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/business-masters-rankings/supply-chain-management/2022 I think Sussex is a pretty trivial player with little brand equity and few resources as a business school.

If you wnat to work in the UK, I suggest you focus on the schools in the top 25: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/business-masters-rankings/supply-chain-management/2022 I think Sussex is a pretty trivial player with little brand equity and few resources as a business school.
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