The MIT-Malaysia Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSCM) offered by the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI). It is based on the top-ranked MIT Supply Chain Management program offered at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. The MSCM program provides cutting edge knowledge and expertise in problem solving, change management and leadership to its graduates. Ten months of challenging coursework, latest research, and industry interaction equip MSCM graduates with the skills that companies seek in an increasingly complex and dynamic marketplace. Students from more than 22 countries have graduated from the program since its inception in 2012; and you could be next!
- 10-Month Full-Time Program
The MSCM program commences in August andcompletes in May the following year.
- MIT SCM Curriculum
The program adopts the curriculum of the Masters in SCM program offered at MIT.
- MIT Global SCALE Faculty
International faculty with industry experience and expertise from all the MIT SCALE Centers.
- Active Career Placement Program
80% of students are hired within first month of graduation.
- MIT Experience
Students travel to MIT for 3 weeks in January to attend lectures, industry presentations, present their theses & interview with U.S. companies.
- MIT Global SCALE Alumni Network
Upon graduation, students will be inducted as Associate Members of MIT-Alumni.
- Intensive Industry Interaction
MISI is engaged with many local and multi-national corporations on initiatives such as industry lectures, thesis research projects and student recruitment.
Career Placement & Companies That Have Hired Our Students
Why MISI, Malaysia?
- 4th MIT’s Global SCALE Center
- MIT Global SCALE network in a fast growing region
- Relatively low cost of living
- Ranked 4th best shopping destination according to CNN
- Ranked 3rd out of 10 most visited countries in Asia (wikipedia)
Listen to What Our Students Have to Say
“The MIT Supply Chain Management Program is rooted in the passion for developing professionals who will be at the forefront of supply chain innovation”
Professor Yossi Sheffi
Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT
Director and Founder, Supply Chain Management Program