Master's Supply Chain Analytics

Are you business-minded and inspired by smart solutions and opportunities? Do you have an analytical yet practical way of thinking about redesigning sustainable supply chains from the perspective of information technology, business economics and operations optimization? Then this programme is designed for you! You will learn the skills and in-depth knowledge to bridge the gap between scientific theory and its applicability in supply chains. You will learn to deal with the complexity of modern decision making in sustainable supply chains to be able to translate promising approaches to specialists. As a graduate, you will be a valuable, academically trained generalist who understands supply chain processes, envisions how new developments can be applied in supply chains to make an impact, and has learned how complex decision problems should and can be solved in practice.

Why this programme?

  • This two year programme is unique by combining three dominant perspectives in supply chains, i.e. information technology, business economics and operations optimization.
  • The programme exploits and strengthens structured analytical thinking of you as a graduate.
  • The programme provides you a toolkit of measurable and generically applicable methods and techniques for decision-support in sustainable supply chains.
  • As a graduate you can bridge the gap between theory and its applicability in real-life enterprises.

Study programme of MSc Supply Chain Analytics

This is a two years programme, including a hands-on Consultancy course, an internship and a thesis. If you want to know more, check the Programme of Supply Chain Analytics.

Application and admission

If you have a BSc in a Business Science discipline or in a Life Science discipline with quantitative Business Science courses in your programme you might be eligible for this master. Check Admission requirements and the application procedures for more information.

Student experiences

The best way to get to know a place is by getting to know the people. Students share their experiences with you about the master's programme and student life in Wageningen on the page Student experiences.

After the study Agribusiness at the University of Applied Sciences, I went to study MME to gain more theoretical knowledge.
Student Marthijs

Future career

The complexity of supply chain in life sciences is rapidly growing and demanding for academically trained analysts who are able to see the broader implications of new developments. As a graduate you will have various career opportunities, especially with the Wageningen focus on sustainability. You can, for example, pursue a career as business analyst, (assistant) manager, or consultant in a commercial company, or a government department. If you are passionate about research you can also pursue an academic career. For some examples see Career perspectives and opportunities.