Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
To be eligible for a 1-year Master programme, you must meet minimum credit requirements obtained purely from previous academic studies. Please make sure you meet the minimum requirements for this programme before applying.
If you do not meet the requirements described above, consider MSc Supply Chain Management (2-years).
With the 2-year programme, you can apply for validation (credit exemption) if you have below the minimum credit requirements stated below and/or work experience and/or informal academic experience (e.g. completing a relevant online training course).
For more information about the validation process click here.
You will need a minimum of 36 ECTS constituted from the following areas:
– (12 ECTS) Methodology (including Mathematics, Sociology, Informatics, Economics, EU studies, etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered)
– (12 ECTS) Business and professional studies (including Management, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered)
– (12 ECTS) Logistics and Supply chain management basic studies (including Management of value-added processes, Logistics, Distribution, Purchasing, Operations Management, Supply chain management etc. – not all of these are required, any of these can be considered).
Tip: to quickly calculate your credits in ECTS, divide learning hours by 30!
If your qualifications are not in English or Hungarian, official translations will be required for all diplomas and transcripts into English or Hungarian.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Applicants must have a minimum B2 level of English.
The following secured English language tests with the minimum scores stated are accepted as proof:
TOEFL iBT, 72
Supply chains make the world go around. Be part of that!
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!
At the Master Programme in Advanced Supply Chain Management you can learn the strategic and tactical decisions of supply chain management, from purchase, through manufacturing, to distribution. The objective of the programme is to train supply chain managers who understand the relations of integrated corporate logistic management and are able to control the corporate logistics system and the supply chains and networks of companies. The professionals completing our programme — being in the possession of the necessary theoretical knowledge and modern practical solutions — are able to plan, analyse and develop intra- and inter-company logistics processes and to manage them in an efficient way.
This programme is the one-year version of the already well-known Master Programme in Supply Chain Management. Apply for it if you have previous experience or have learned about supply chain management previously.
Undergraduate degree meeting minimum credit requirements (see above)
B2 Level English (see above)
Entrance exam: Yes
Type of entrance exam: Competency test, Written Exam, Oral (interview) – online
Entrance exam location: Online
Entrance exam description: We will evaluate your online application and supporting documents. Subject to paying the application fee, applicants will be contacted to participate in a competency test, then a pre-interview test and finally, an online oral exam (interview).
Our graduates progress to roles including:
-Supply chain manager
-Production, planning and expediting specialist