Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) builds Malaysian Supply Chain Talent for Industry
01 Mar 20
Supply chain management and logistics are rapidly expanding functions across all industries, and the demand for supply chain expertise is growing around the world. Today Malaysia is becoming a regional supply chain hub with demand for supply chain talent increasing.
MISI offers the top-ranked global master’s program in Supply Chain Management together with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the world’s premier institutions.
MISI is a postgraduate education institution and research center focused on supply chain management, logistics and procurement. Founded by the Malaysian government in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States of America, its mission is to develop supply chain leaders for the future and to drive applied research and innovation in Supply Chain Management.
MISI offers a Master’s programme in supply chain management that can be completed in 10 months as a full-time programme or in two to three years as a part-time programme. MISI offers scholarships to Malaysians and top-performing students can travel to MIT in Boston, Massachusetts, USA for a 3 week program immersing them in the latest technology, innovation and management principles in supply chains.
In addition, MISI holds series of supply chain short courses (one to two days) and executive education programmes (customized programs). These programs enable supply chain and procurement professionals to brush up their skills or learn about new technologies, such as the Internet of Things in Supply Chains.
“The MISI program helped me to devise quantitative approaches to supply chain issues being faced at my organization resulting in significant cost savings.” Tausif Bashir (Masters in SCM@MISI, 2016).
“MISI really helped me as Asia Category Sourcing Manager for my company. I enjoyed working while learning. The course structures helped me to understand various aspects of procurement strategy and helped me apply sourcing strategy linked to carbon foot print reduction and sustainability.” Lee Chee Chung (Masters in SCM@MISI, 2019).
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