MISI students join our programs with several years of work experience from various fields of industry. Students graduate from MISI as highly skilled professionals with a comprehensive knowledge of supply chain management, and after graduation are typically placed in middle management roles. Most students continue their careers within the supply chain domain, while some with a more diverse work experience take on responsibilities in other parts of the organisation.
MISI’s Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) Program adopts the curriculum of the top ranked Supply Chain Management program offered at MIT. It is a rich mix of leadership development, analytical training, and real-world problem solving techniques. The program not only prepares students to conceive, design, and operate complex systems, but also develops in them the ‘right-way-of-thinking’ in every situation.
An MSCM graduate is a new kind of business leader, who complements the needs of companies, which see supply chain management and logistics as a key element of global corporate strategy.
The students who enroll into the MSCM program hail from countries across the globe with almost 80% of them from Asia. Their average age is 29; and they bring with them an average of 6 years of work experience from a wide range of industry sectors including Automotive, Consulting, Energy, Finance, FMCG, Logistics, O&G, Retail, Shipping, Technology and Telecommunications.