Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Full-time in France, in English

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www.rouenbs.fr

Full-time in France, in English

Master of Science

in Supply Chain Management

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This MSc will cover a comprehensive

range of topics related to Supply Chain

Management including:

logistics,

industrial marketing,

purchasing

operations management (OM)

Courses taught by Rouen Business School

faculty, with broad academic expertise,

will reflect the critical importance of these

subject areas for both students and their

future employers.

Objectives

of the programme

Complete, extend and reinforce the development

of high potential professionals wishing to work in

SCM, Logistics, Procurement, Industrial Marketing

and Operations Management, both at a national

and international level.

Their career objective is to reach executive

positions as managers, consultants or professionals.

The programme will provide:

Specific ‘technical’ competencies and tools

General management competencies and skills

(Leadership, finance, marketing, data analysis, IS…)

Experts’ Committee

Why should you choose this programme?

• Full-time recent graduate programme of 15 months duration

• 438 hours (75 ECTS) of courses focusing on Supply Chain

Management (SCM), Logistics, Procurement, Industrial

Marketing and Operations Management

• Targeted at industrial and manufacturing companies,

logistics service providers, IT companies and Consultants

in SCM

• Designed for high potential candidates

• Triple accredited business school (Equis, AACSB, AMBA)

• Excellency scholarships of up to 15% for the best

international candidates

• A truly international and diverse learning environment

eligibility requirements

• Good Bachelor degree (international students)

• Bac + 4: Graduates from universities, business schools,

engineering schools

• Executive seeking professionalisation or additional skills

• Good level of English

• Relevant professional objectives

How to apply?

• Complete the online application:

• Upload scanned copies of all original supporting

documents (in English, or in certified translation)

• Selected applicants are scheduled for recruitment

interviews in March, April, May, June, July and

September

• Students residing abroad are similarly interviewed

via videoconference

Contacts

• International students: Elaine Bowman & Sarah Burt,

international.recruitment@rouenbs.fr

• French students: Frederic Bouton & Virginie Milaire,

masteres@rouenbs.fr or 02 32 82 58 49

Fees

Tuition fees: 13 000 €

• The cost of living in Rouen is very affordable in

comparison to most other European cities,

with housing from just 200 € per month

• Students can apply for government help with

housing which often represents about one third

of the monthly rent

Bruno COHANIER

Cost Accounting -

PhD, Aston Business School, UK, in Managerial Accounting

Rim KALAI

Supply Chain Management - PhD, Paris Dauphine University, France, in Computer Science

Mihalis GIANNAKIS

Supply Chain Management/ Operation Management - Ph.D, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK, in Industrial and Business Studies

Jérome VERNy

Transport and Logistics - Ph.D (in progress), Côte d’Opale University - Dunkerque, France, Transport and Logistics

SAMUEL FOSSO

WAMBA

Industrial engineering - Ph.D, Polytechnic School, Montréal, Canada, in Industrial engineering

DANIEL F. LyNCH

Marketing & Supply Chain Management - PhD, Dalhousie Unviersity, Halifax, Canada, in Marketing & Supply Chain Management Américain - Director, centre for international trade and transportation

SyLVIE LACOSTE

Marketing B to B - PhD, Paris 1 La Sorbonne University, France, in Management

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Supply chain strategy

Outsourcing

Contract management

Procurement management

Logistics management

Production planning and control

Warehouse management

Transportation and distribution

Information systems and

e-commerce

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Your career

The MSc in Supply Chain Management is designed for high-performing

individuals who have an established interest in following a managerial career

in one or more of the functions included in supply chain management such as:

Graduates will be able to apply for membership to the Association for

Operations Management (APICS) and to the Chartered Institute of Purchasing

and Supply Management (CIPS).

Over 70 companies have joined our Corporate Club and benefit from preferential partnerships: they receive

interns and apprentices, recruit young graduates, participate in teaching activities and provide financial support.

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introduction to Strategic

management of Supply Chains

The role of supply chain management in a company’s competitiveness

Sustainability and supply chain management Performance Management of supply chains Demand planning strategy

Supply chain Dynamics Buyer – Supplier Relationships

business logistics

The strategic role of Logistics Management Logistics Network design

Facility locations and capacity allocations Transport Choice

Distribution strategies Warehouse management:

layout and information systems decisions

operations and Process

management

Capacity Planning and Control Inventory management: models and techniques

Quality Planning and Control Resource Planning

Continuous Improvement Lean Management

Procurement management

Transaction Cost Economics and Outsourcing Strategic sourcing

Supply Positioning Purchasing Strategy Ethical Purchasing ICT and e-Procurement

Transport economics

The nature and scope of transport economics Transportation Demand

Transport Costs

Cost-Benefit analysis for Transportation Projects The Pricing of Transport Services

Contract management, interaction

and international negotiations

Essential conceptual framework for contractual relationships

Contract Formation

Power and Trust within and among organisations The Nature of Negotiation

Moral Hazard and Supply Chain Risk Management International Negotiation

information Systems for SCm

E-procurement and Vendor management systems Production planning

Distribution systems

Transportation Management Systems Customer Relationship Management systems The Use of SAP R3 in SCM

introduction to the programme

Phase 2

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mathematics & Statistics

Accounting & Finance

marketing

Finance for Supply Chain

managers

Motivators for Finance Professionals Time Value of Money

Evaluating Supply Chain Investment decisions: Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return

Working Capital Management Financial Capital Equipment

International Finance, Hedging and Options

Accounting for SCm

Managing costs across the Supply Chain General implementation of cost accounting Organisational settings in Supply Chain costing Application of cost accounting tools

Total Cost of Ownership

Techniques that aid decision making to maximise financial performance

Change management

and project management

Definition and models of change management Organisational change capacity and methods for rewarding positive behaviour:

how to manage employee (and manager) resistance The Project Management Methodology in a multi-project environment: roles and approaches for identifying classes of project

Managing Time, Cost and Quality of a project: planning, managing and controlling techniques

Risk management approaches and tools

innovation & international

supply Chains

The product innovation process

The impact of the supplier base on the product innovation process

The integration of suppliers in the product innovation process

Co-design and co-location Site visit

leadership and ethics for

supply chain managers

Ethical Leadership Diversity and inclusion

Leadership in international supply chain contexts Leadership and the Learning Organisation Leadership for responsible supply chains Team Development and Management

Case module

Retail Supply Chain Management Fashion SCM

SCM in the Pharmaceutical industry SCM in the Automotive industry SCM in the health sector

Phase 3

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A green and dynamic campus...

The Rouen Business School campus is located at the heart of 7 hectares of woods, 10 minutes from Rouen city centre and one hour from Paris or the Normandy coast. A dense fabric of cultural and association activities thrives on campus.

Recently refurbished, the 25 000 m² of teaching, research and administration space are equipped with the finest infrastructure and high-tech equipment (wifi connexion across campus). Every day, on-campus events, talks, debates, symposiums are open to a variety of publics, contributing to the intellectual outreach of the School.

… and international in numbers

4000 students of 83 nationalities 25 % of the student body is international 35 % of permanent faculty is international 17 dual degrees

193 academic partners around the world more than 500 students on exchange abroad each year

15 % of internships carried out abroad

international accreditations

In March 2002, Rouen Business School was awarded the internationally recognised EQUIS accreditation, regularly renewed since then. Rouen Business School received the AACSB accreditation in April, 2011. Rouen Business School has also received the AMBA accreditation for its International MBA.

international relations

department

International students are welcomed by our international affairs officers who advise them on practical issues throughout their stay in France. Help is given to every inter-national student to find accommodation.

Global Faculty

With 100 full-time faculty members, many of whom are of non-French origin, and more than 500 associate professors, our academic staff strives to combine research, close relations with the business commu-nity, and a teaching approach that fosters dynamic action and accountability.

research: new fields

and a new balance

The research topics explored by faculty demonstrate the school’s ambition to explore new territories and define a new balance between academic research and the world of business and other organisations.

Student Associations

A multitude of activities organised by 30 student associations animate campus life: sports tournaments, public awareness campaigns, art exhibitions, festivities, competitions etc.

intelligence

and learning Center

The ILC is the biggest management infor-mation and documentation resource in Normandy, it subscribes to 13 international databases and has over 18 000 books and 350 journals. The 700 m2 space that houses the center was fully refurbished in 2009, while off-campus access is available on-line 24/7.

The Alumni Association

More than 16 000 members in over 50 countries spanning the five continents, active in networking, promote Rouen Business School graduates in corporate job markets, and cultivating the Rouen Business School brand internationally.

The Centre Carrier

Rouen Business School has joined forces with the Alumni Association (RBSAA) to launch the Centre CarrieR, providing stu-dents and graduate with career guidance throughout their working life.

The Centre CarrieR specialises in:

preparing each student for the job market and helping them to have a successful career path

supporting and guiding graduates when they require help throughout their career.

Services include personalised

Corporate relations

The quality of our corporate relations is at the heart of the school’s development strategy. Corporate partners contribute to the life of the school with executive confe-rences and by financing research activities and innovative projects.

Career fair

For 2 days a year, more than 100 presti-gious international and national com-panies visit the campus in order to meet with students and discuss potential job opportunities.

Conferences

Professionals and alumni participate in conferences catering to specific business sectors. These meetings provide essential insights to potential career opportunities available to the participants.

The goal of Rouen Business School is to secure a high ranking among the top European

Business Schools. Since 1871, the second oldest business school in France has promoted

openness and curiosity, entrepreneurial spirit, the quest for excellence, a sense of responsibility,

and risk management. We are training flexible and dependable leaders who privilege diversity

and drive change, while leading teams through bold business projects.

« Explore new worlds,

go forward as responsible leaders »

HigHer education and Handicap

rouen Business School welcomes and accompanies students with any degree of handicap throughout the duration of their studies. For more information, please contact daniele pederzoli who is dedicated to helping and advising students with handicap: dpd@rouenbs.fr

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