A global vision of transport & logistics
Recognised as the leading French training institution in International Trade with a unique focus on the maritime industry, this MSc celebrates 60 years of expertise in the fields of logistics and business optimisation. It draws its strength from deep links with the corporate world, its history and the quality of its teaching. International dimension is the cornerstone of this programme which is constructed in partnership with AFTRAL to enable students to manage international and strategic questions related to transport, supply chain, storage, customs, IT… This MSc offers a global approach that enables students to develop key skills in three areas: International Trade, International Transport and International Logistics.
A GLOBAL VISION
The triple-sectoral approach -international trade, logistics, transport- is in line with the current needs and challenges of international-focused companies.
FOCUS ON EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND CASE STUDIES
- 70% of lecturers are leading practising professionals in their industry.
- Industry conferences and fiel visits to develop an operational and practical vision.
- Case studies, individual projects and group works presented in front of professional panels.
Discover the different jobs and structures of Rotterdam Port with the understanding of international logistic issues.
Practising professionals support students throughout their projects and thesis and help them build up their professional profile and personal network.
Corporate Projects enable participants to gain valuable hands-on experience of business conduct and strategy and deal with the practical complexities of decisionmaking processes. Students are guided by both their Corporate mentor and their KEDGE Business School tutor.
Our corporate partners for our MSc courses include CMA CGM, Gemalto and Seafoodexport, as well as a range of SMBs with a strong international focus.
Management skills in tune with business reality
Develop a holistic view of the key operational and strategic issues and challenges in international trade.
Become proficient in business strategies related to global logistics, from penetrating foreign markets to managing physical and information flows.
- Develop transversal skills to design and drive development strategies for a company or production units in an international environment
- Manage human, operational and financial resources involved in the international logistic channel
Learn and practice skills in intercultural negotiation, international marketing and “door-to-door” flow management (from the supplier to the end customer).