Corvinus University of Budapest

MSc Advanced Supply Chain Management

Supply chains make the world go around. Be part of that!

Programme Information

Are you interested to know how to organise the journey of a vaccine shipment from the other end of the world to Hungary in a way that the cold chain is not interrupted? Or how to reorganise the supply chain of your company if your Chinese partner is not able to export raw material, because the container filled with the ordered goods is stuck in the Suez Canal? If your answer is yes, your place is here!   

The events of recent years – from the coronavirus epidemic to the effects of wars around the world and the current Red Sea crisis – have highlighted for everyone the importance of supply chains in our globalized world, which makes the proper management of these supply chains a fundamental necessity not only in the business sphere, but also for the customers of products and services.  

In the Advanced Supply Chain Management master’s program, you will learn about the strategic, tactical and planning decisions of supply chain management, from procurement to production to distribution. In addition to manufacturing processes, we place great emphasis on the special features of service processes. Legal, financial and controlling issues affecting supply chains will also be discussed.  

The aim of the course is to train supply chain managers who, by understanding the context of integrated corporate logistics management, are able to manage the corporate logistics system, supply chains and networks covering companies. With the possession of the necessary theoretical knowledge and modern practical solutions, our specialists are able to plan, analyze and develop logistics processes within and between companies, and to manage them effectively.  

After completing the program, you will be able to work effectively in complex business environments, armed with usable knowledge that ensures a deep understanding of the activities taking place in supply chains and enables the creation of creative solutions based on facts and data both individually and in teams. In addition to our instructors with decades of experience, specialists from our extensive network of corporate partners also contribute to the acquisition of these skills (for an incomplete overview of our partners, see the summary slideshow below).

How does the structure of the master’s program look like?  

During the 2 semesters, we offer you a total of 12 courses. In the first semester, these are:  

1. Purchasing and Supply Management  

2. Operations Strategy & Research  

3. Law of Logistics  

4. Logistics and Distribution Management  

5. Smart Manufacturing and Operations  

6. Elective course  

The second semester courses are:  

7. Supply Chain Planning  

8. Supply Chain Controlling and Finance  

9. Supply Network Design for the 22nd Century  

10. Supply Chain Strategy  

11. Thesis Seminar Basics  

12. Thesis Seminar Advanced 

We have summarized the most important information (including a more detailed description of the courses) in the presentation below.

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us! The coordinator of the programme is Zsolt Matyusz (zsolt.matyusz@uni-corvinus.hu), who will be happy to answer all your questions!  

Programme name: Advanced Supply Chain Management
Programme award: Master, MSc  

ECTS: 60
Duration: 2 semesters (1 years)
Teaching hours: approx. 12-18 hours/week
Start date: September 2024

Tuition fees (EEA): 1 350 000 HUF per semester
Total tuition fees (EEA): 2 700 000 HUF
Tuition fees (Non-EEA): € 5 400 per semester
Total tuition fees (Non-EEA): € 10 800

Advantages of our new programmes

•  The Corvinus Scholarship may be granted for one academic year, so if you study in this form in a one-year master programme, the whole duration of the programme will be definitely free of charge for you.

•  Our new programmes are delivered in a semester system.

•  In Hungary, our new master programmes are available at the Corvinus only.

•  Being a Corvinus student is an advantage, as with a bachelor degree obtained here with an average grade of 4 or 5 your admission to a place financed by a Corvinus Scholarship is guaranteed in our new master programmes, too.*

*You have to go through the admission procedure in the same way, but your free-of-charge place is guaranteed with a Corvinus bachelor degree.

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Scholarships

Self-funded students meeting eligibility criteria may apply for Visegrad scholarships.

Corvinus University of Budapest endorses the Visegrad Scholarship programme for MA, MSc and MBA applicants from Central Eastern Europe.

The scholarship makes the outstanding possibility of international higher education at Corvinus accessible and financially viable for more students in this region and beyond!

Application route

The only way to apply for this programme is as self-funded applicant. 

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Application Requirements

• Completed bachelor/undergraduate degree

• GRE, GMAT, NMAT exams

• Meet minimum credit requirement

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For Hungarian citizens

You can apply through felvi.hu.

Find the application requirements here:

Credit requirements

In Hungary, there are legal pre-requisite credit requirements to study graduate programmes.

Please make sure you meet the minimum requirements for this programme before applying.

Tip: to quickly calculate your credits in ECTS, divide learning hours by 30!

Learning hours should be formally described, but can be constituted of classroom hours, private study and assessment.

 

You will need a minimum of 20 ECTS constituted from the following areas:  

- Methodology (including mathematics, statistics, informatics etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered) – no minimum ECTS requirements 

- Economics Foundation (including microeconomics, macroeconomics, international economics, environmental economics, (history of) economic theory, economic modelling, economic policy, sectoral and industry economics etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered) – no minimum ECTS requirements 

- Social Science Foundation (including knowledge of the European Union, general and economic law, economic history, sociology, psychology etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered) – no minimum ECTS requirements 

- Business and professional studies (including business economics, economic law, marketing, management and organization, decision sciences and methodology, business ethics, strategic planning, finance, accounting, controlling etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered) – no minimum ECTS requirements 

- Logistics and Supply chain managementbasic studies (including process management, management of value-creating processes, logistics, distribution, purchasing, (service) operations management, supply chain management, quality management etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered) – minimum of 3 ECTS from this part. 

 
Apart from previous studies, we also recognize informal knowledge and work experience as laid out in the Study and Examination Regulations. The applicant has to support their claim of competence through proper documentation. If you have any questions regarding this option, please contact us, so that we can discuss all the emerging questions in a timely manner. 

The Master Programme in Advanced Supply Chain Management welcomes all applicants with bachelor degrees and with basic knowledge in the field of supply chain management, who wish to deepen their knowledge and are attracted by this international, wide-ranging and vibrant profession. The last few years have shown us the importance of the professional management of supply chains, the maintenance of operations of a country, the provision of the necessary supplies to the population and the security of the continuous supply of goods. Study with us, and we will show you how to analyse, understand, plan and organise these processes!

Corvinus University of Budapest

Dr. Judit Nagy
Associate Professor
Study Program Director 

Career opportunities

Students graduating from the Master Programme in Advanced Supply Chain Management may find jobs at multinational large companies, foreign or Hungarian SMEs. The available positions are wide-ranging, and all sorts of personalities can get something out of this area.

People who are more introverted and have a stronger analytic vein, may work in the fields of demand and supply planning, and in the comprehensive planning of supply chain management. Those fond of organising work may be offered good opportunities by logistics service providers or manufacturing companies in the field of customer relations. More extroverted personalities may be buyers, negotiators with suppliers, or may be salespersons or customer managers. 

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