- Students who have successfully completed either of the following:
- Bachelor’s degree from a recognised University with minimum 2 classifications
- Students, who have obtained equivalent qualifications in relevant fields (usually professional qualification), will be assessed case-by-case and subjected to university approval.
- Minimum English Language Entry Requirement : Applicants who have not studied prior qualifications in English requires IELTS 6.0 or equivalent
- Assess the implications for management of emerging influences and challenges inside and outside the organisation
- Deconstruct arguments by looking at assumptions and implicit values and to evaluate them in terms of evidence
- Synthesise information from a number of sources in order to gain a coherent understanding of multifaceted business problems
- Solve problems and make decisions with IDEAL (Identify the problem, Define the problem, Examine alternatives, Act on a plan, Look at the consequences) model
- Have effective intellectual autonomy, initiative and self-competence in learning situations
- Have the ability to engage all types of audiences including senior level audience, and are able to influence and inspire others
- Practitioners and employers in a fast changing economic environment
The programme is designed to fulfil the needs of practitioners and employers in a fast changing economic environment. Some of the educational aims of the programme include preparing students for careers in business and management by equipping them with a systematic, broad and integrated understanding of key aspects in Logistics and Supply Chain. The programme also encompasses the application of knowledge and understanding of business and management processes with an emphasis on solving complex issues – both systematically as well as creatively.