10602 - II MÁSTER PROPIO EN INTERNATIONAL E-SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
60 ECTS
Del 26 de Septiembre del 2018 al 23 de Octubre del 2019
Modalidad Actividad On-Line
Promotores SERVICIO DE FORMACIÓN PERMANENTE (Universidad de Murcia), BARCELONA EXECUTIVE BUSINESS SCHOOL (BEBS)
Dirección de la actividad PEDRO SOTO ACOSTA PROFESORES TITULARES DE UNIVERSIDAD (UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA), Karelys Ramirez Torres Directora General (BEBS)

Información y Contacto

Karelys Ramirez Torres
Directora General  (BEBS
657948652 937888599

Precio de Matrícula

International Master in eSupple Chain Management
4800€
  • Plazo 1° del 01/07/2018 al 15/09/2018
    500,00 €
  • Plazo 2° del 16/09/2018 al 29/09/2018
    1.075,00 €
  • Plazo 3° del 15/11/2018 al 30/11/2018
    1.075,00 €
  • Plazo 4° del 16/01/2019 al 31/01/2019
    1.075,00 €
  • Plazo 5° del 15/03/2019 al 31/03/2019
    107.501,00 €
Matricula del Master con BECA
3840€
  • Plazo 1° del 01/07/2018 al 30/09/2018
    500,00 €
  • Plazo 2° del 02/10/2018 al 31/10/2018
    668,00 €
  • Plazo 3° del 06/11/2018 al 30/11/2018
    668,00 €
  • Plazo 4° del 04/12/2018 al 31/12/2018
    668,00 €
  • Plazo 5° del 01/01/2019 al 31/01/2019
    668,00 €
The Online Master in International e-Supply Chain Management seeks to provide skills and competencies to people who want to successfully respond to the new challenges we face today in our society. A new operational approach is required for an environment that is characterized by a structural change in every way.
In a global market, companies ought to constantly create and develop new ideas to have a good positioning and get new competitive advantages. The management of the supply chain corresponds to the combination of current technology and best worldwide business practices. Improving the internal operations, lowering costs and achieving greater savings, benefits and the increase of customer satisfaction are some of the goals that contribute to it.
This program is not intended to theorize about the supply chain, but to develop the necessary criteria to enable you to have a clear, current and comprehensive overview of operations and see how they efficiently and effectively interact in our current environment.
Thus, this program aims to train professionals on having a strategic vision, so that they not only mastered the logistics but that they focused on developing the internationalization of the company, going beyond transport and storage, so that they mastered all the needs and areas such as planning, management and control of logistics strategy and internationalization of the company.
In the program the theoretical approach is used only to induce the student to learn by doing online exercises, such as debates and case studies, which seek the enrichment of participants, by identifying all possible solutions and alternatives to the different business situations.
University Degree
Are professionals, businessmen/women, entrepreneurs and everyone who wants to acquire a new vision and dimension of the today operations in the supply chain. People who need to consolidate and develop an innovative mindset for the process of creating, managing and maintaining companies through a managing leadership.
Experienced professionals, University Students, Management Leaders coming from different sectors: Engineering, Healthcare, Consulting, Banking, Services, Automotive, Construction, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Energy, Industry, Public Administration, and so on.
  • A strategic and global vision of the Supply Chain management (SCM).
  • SCM Innovation and Optimization
  • Demand, Strategy, Purchasing, Sourcing and Procurement in SCM
  • Distribution, Storage, Handling, Transportation and Reverse Logistics, Strategic Management of Stocks in SCM
  • Productivity and Operations, Quality, Work Safety and Risk Prevention and environment in SCM.
  • Business Game Simulation
  • Final Master Project
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