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International Supply Chain Management - 217 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire

  • Schéma directeur logistique
  • Modèles et méthodes du pilotage des flux et des stocks
  • Gestion de production : les concepts + cas
  • Gestion des projets internationaux
  • Prévision de la demande et économétrie

Obligatoire

  • Participation, assiduité
  • Management et technique des achats
  • Pilotage de plateformes logistiques
  • Digitalisation de la Supply Chain/Informatique/Préparation à la certification internationale CPIM Part I
  • Méthodologie de l'étude logistique, performance et productivité de la chaine logistique
  • Projet professionnel - visite de sites
  • Conférences
  • Organisation et réglementation des transports internationaux, économie des transports dans un contexte international
  • Optimiser et pérenniser une supply chain ouverte et systèmes d'information
  • Culture internationale, logistique internationale, Mondialisation, lean management
  • Transport express urbain et développement durable, supply chain du e-commerce

Optionnel

  • Mémoire
  • Apprentissage

Academic Training Year 2022 - 2023 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

Apprenticeship Training:
The apprenticeship program consists of around 390 hours of instruction, spread out between September and mid-April. 30% of courses are taught in English.
The year is structured on a rotational model, according to the following schedule:

  • Last week in September: intensive courses
  • September to March: Three days at the workplace, two days on campus;
  • From April to September: full-time at the workplace.

The theoretical concepts taught in the program are always applied to practical case studies. Students also have to sit written examinations and prepare:

  • Specialized dossiers and case studies, usually done in groups,
  • an internship report (for students in the apprenticeship program), which is assessed by the apprenticeship supervisor and the university advisor,
  • and a final thesis (for students in the continuing education program).
Continuing education:
Students in the continuing education program can take advantage of a tailored curriculum with courses every other Friday and Saturday and one Thursday a month. This means that professionals can follow this program while working. Courses begin in September and are spread out over 12 months.

A diploma in just 64 days of class:
Note that as long as students in this program pass all program assessments, they obtain the same second-year Master's degree in “International Supply Chain” (European Master's grade) as students in the initial training program.

Professional Development Committee

Teaching Staff

The teaching staff is made up of university faculty, who provide the theoretical and conceptual base for the program (around 30% of teaching hours), and professionals, who ensure its professional merit.

  • AMAR Eric

    General Counsel, Bolloré et Transport & Logistics

  • ANDRIEU Benjamin

    Program Manager in development at STELIA Aerospace

  • BEGNA Stéphane

    Research Officer, Star Services

  • BOGUET Julien

    Director of Information Technology, Hôpitaux de Paris

  • BOURBONNAIS Régis

    Lecturer in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL

  • CHENNEVIERE Jean-Daniel

    Director of Product, Logistics, Symphony Retail AI (GOLD)

  • CONSTANT PHILIPPE

    President, wiZe Consulting, consulting in Supply Chain Management

  • DELOR STEEVE

    Head of Operational Excellence & Supply Chain Consulting, Keyrus Management

  • DEVERNAY Pascal

    Supply Chain Director, Renault-Nissan

  • GIRAUD Emmanuel

    Director General ASAR Développement

  • LAVALLÉE Emmanuelle

    Lecturer in economy – Dauphine PSL

  • LONGOU Mohamed

    Supply Chain Manager, Eurodecision

  • MAURER Alain

    Supply Chain Expert, Groupe Renault-Nissan

  • MARIN Jean-Charles

    Director of Global Operations - Thales aerospace

  • MEYRONNEINC Jean-Paul

    Transport Economics Consultant, Associate Lecturer, Université de Marne la Vallée

  • PRELY Patrice

    Consultant and Project Management Trainer

  • SANSEAU Paul

    Founder and CEO of BFC (Business Flow consulting)

  • TORINEAU Philippe

    Senior Manager – Société Diagma

  • TREHAN Natacha

    Lecturer in Management, Université de Grenoble II, Director of the DESMA Master’s program