The logistics and supply chain management sector plays a significant role in Singapore's economy. The Future Economy Council has identified logistics as a key growth sector. The growth in this sector creates tremendous opportunities for logistics and supply chain professionals in Singapore. In addition, the industry is witnessing new developments like supply chain digitalisation, the advent of data analytics and interest in green supply chains. Singapore is also a logistics hub for the region, and doing business requires knowledge and understanding of various logistical challenges businesses face in the region. These developments created demands for logistics and supply chain professionals but require them to acquire new knowledge, up-skill, or re-skill themselves.
The Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GDLSCM) programme offered by the School of Business addresses this talent and skills gap in the logistics and supply chain management industry. It aims to prepare students with relevant skill sets to further their organisation's digital transformation of supply chains and/or transition to greener supply chains. Students will be equipped with various strategies and analytical tools to improve the performance of the organisations' supply chain. The programme will facilitate networking opportunities for students in the ASEAN region and beyond.
Unique Features of the Programme
- It covers emerging developments in logistics and SCM, namely supply chain digitalisation, supply chain analytics and green supply chains.
- It focuses on the complexities of international logistics and the role Singapore plays in this arena.
- It involves academics and senior industry practitioners with many years of relevant experience in the logistics/supply chain industry as well as local and overseas guest speakers.
- The programme is stackable. Learners can learn at their own pace. They can progress from Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GCLSCM) to Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GDLSCM). and eventually to a Master of Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management).
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