Executive MBA in Supply Chain Management
- ETH Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
- City, Region, Country:
- Zürich, Switzerland, Zurich area, www.mba-scm.org/
- 3 Semester/s
Master Programme Executive MBA in Supply Chain ManagementThis 18-month program starts in September every year. It combines broad education in general management and leadership with in-depth studies in international supply chain management. It consists of the following four blocks (sets of modules):
This program will teach the students the skills for:
Mastering Business Operations in the Global Economy.
The ETH Zurich cooperates with the Forum-SCM for the design of the curriculum, the selection of lecturers and the organization of study trips and company visits. The Forum-SCM is an association of globally focused companies in industry, trade, logistics and consulting services.
This program has EFMD/EPAS accreditation.
This program is for part-time study, so that students can continue to work in their organizations. Total duration is 18 months. During the first 12 months, lectures are held in Zurich (usually twice a month, from Thursday morning to Sunday afternoon) and study trips are made to Russia, the USA and Asia. The last six months are dedicated to the Master Thesis.
Prof. Dr. Stephan M. Wagner
Chair of Logistics management
Target audienceStudents are typically members of middle or senior management in an industrial, trading, logistics or consulting company. It is their aim to acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills enabling them
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The number of students per class (year) is limited to 25. The ETH Zurich reserves the right to select students based on their academic, professional and personal merits.
Tuition fee: CHF 65’000 (CHF 60’000) for early registration by end January
Payment terms: In two installments; first installment of CHF 32’500 (CHF 27’500) in October; second installment of CHF 32’500 in the following April
Included: Lecture sessions, course materials, examination fees, accommodation, half-
board and local transportation in the USA and Asia
Not included: All flights, transportation and accommodation in Europe
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The ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich) is one of the leading universities of the world in natural sciences, engineering, architecture and business economics. In the World University Rankings 2008, published by “U.S. News & World Report”, the ETH Zurich holds place 7 of all European universities and is the first non-British school. According to Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings 2009, the ETH Zurich is in position 20 of the top 200 world universities and ranks first on the European continent.
The ETH Zurich comprises almost 100 institutes and laboratories, more than 350 professorships and about 850 lecturers. More than 8,000 faculty and staff members work in teaching, research and administration, and 14,000 students are registered. Each year about 2,400 students and 800 doctoral candidates receive their degree from the ETH Zurich.
The Department of Management, Technology, and Economics (D-MTEC), an academic department of the ETH Zurich, offers this unique Executive MBA program, designed to confer leading-edge knowledge and skills for mastering business operations in the global economy. The D-MTEC is a member of the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development).
The Executive MBA faculty includes more than 20 professors and lecturers, not only from the ETH Zurich but also from other world-renowned universities and schools. They are among the leading academic teachers in their fields.
Among the Partner Universities are:
To assure practical relevance, the faculty includes lecturers from industry.
Studying in Zürich, SwitzerlandEach year about 1130 receive an ETH diploma and a further approx 600 complete a doctoral thesis. Current annual expenditure has exceeded one billion Swiss francs.
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