Learn how businesses can make use of strategic supply chain methods to ensure they have ample inventories on hand to tide over an economic uncertainty.
The programme is delivered via lectures, seminars, workshops, business games and simulations and directed independent study. This will be supported through
- The creation of a learning environment which fosters debate and constructive argument;
- Modules which encourage students to critically assess theory and leading edge practice with a view to creating new concepts and practices for the future;
- Practical projects which foster originality of thought and enterprise;
- Exercises which develop critical analysis of financial statements.
Students will be presented with increasingly complex business scenarios (case studies) and will be encouraged to gain a deeper and wider perspective of the business problem, while at the same time maintaining the strategic view which is the key concern of the postgraduate student.
|Awarding authority||University of London
(Academic Direction by Bayes Business School, City, University of London)
|Academic Year/Time Schedule/Programme Duration||Duration of course is 1 year|
|Mode||Full Time / Part Time|
|Teaching Amenities, Facilities etc||Lecture Rooms, Library, Computer Lab, Student Study Space, etc|
Accreditation: Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS)
– 20 years old
Applicants must have the following:
- A bachelor’s degree (or an acceptable equivalent) in a quantitative subject (eg: Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics, Psychology, Quantitative Management, Quantitative Finance, Social Sciences with Quantitative Methods or Statistics) which is considered at least comparable to a UK second class honours degree, from an institution acceptable to the University
- At least 30 years old with eight (8) years of working experience in a relevant field such as operations, manufacturing, supply chain management, logistics, procurement, transportation or similar. Applicants will be considered on an individual basis.
Applicants through the work experience route should be able to provide evidence of their aptitude to study at postgraduate level and have experience of applying quantitative knowledge and skills (for example, mathematical analysis and statistics at an A-Level or equivalent level) in their current role as these skills will be needed for the following modules on the programme: Operations and Process Management; Accounting for Decision Makers, Supply Chain Analytics, Business Forecasting and Data Analytics, Global Purchasing and Supply Management, Supply Chain Finance and Risk Management.
Successful completion of the PGCert will confer eligibility for progression to the PGDip.
Applicant will meet the English language requirement if they have passed ANY of the following within the last three years:
- (IELTS) International English Language Testing System – an overall score of 6.5 or above with a minimum of 6.0 in the written test
- Pearson Test of English (Academic) – an overall score of 59 or above, with at least 59 in both the reading and writing tests and at least 54 in the speaking and listening tests
- Cambridge English: Proficiency qualification
- Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English – grade C or above; or,
- (TOEFL) iBT Test of English as a Foreign Language – an overall score of 92 or above, with at least 22 in both the reading and writing skills tests and at least 20 in both the speaking and listening tests.
Alternatively, an applicant may satisfy the English language requirements for the MSc, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificates if they have:
- Substantial education (minimum of eighteen months) conducted and assessed in English
- Substantial work experience (minimum of eighteen months) conducted in English.
Where an applicant does not meet the prescribed English language proficiency requirements but believes that they can demonstrate the requisite proficiency for admission, the University may, at its discretion, consider the application.
|Course Application Fee|
|Course Application Fee*||Local Students : S$150 (Onetime Only)
International Students : S$450 (Onetime Only)
– Course application fee is non refundable.
|Fees Breakdown||Total Payable|
|Total Course Fees Payable||S$14,000||S$14,000|
- FPS Insurance premiums are paid by Amity, unless stated in the Student Contract which has to be paid by the student separately.
- Fees indicated are exclusive of GST & examination fee.
- The above fee is inclusive of University of London fee .
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The student must complete 4 modules (60 credits total) to be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Supply Chain Analytics
|Business Forecasting and Data Analytics||15 Credits|
|Core Concepts of Supply Chain Management||15 Credits|
|Operations and Process Management||15 Credits|
|Supply Chain Analytics||15 Credits|
Computer Specification and Internet Access
All students must have regular access to a computer (or mobile device*) with an internet connection to use the University of London website and the Student Portal. These are where the programme’s study resources are located. Through the Student Portal, students can register, enter exams and use the programme’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The VLE provides electronic learning materials, access to the University of London Online Library, networking opportunities, and other resources.
For students to get the most from their studies, their computers should have at least the following minimum specification:
- Screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater
- Sufficient bandwidth to access and upload video content
- The ability to play videos including sound and speakers.
And the following applications installed:
- A word processor that accepts Microsoft Word formats (.doc and .docx);
- A PDF reader (e.g. Adobe).
- Certain courses may have additional requirements, such as:
- Video and audio recording capability, such as via web cam or other device;
- The ability to install software on the computer, with administrator access, noting that in the institution supported model it is expected that the institution should install all necessary software on lab machines where appropriate;
- Installation of a programmer’s text editor such as Atom and integrated development environment software (IDE) where necessary.
* Full mobile access is not available for all programmes
Further information: https://www.bayes.city.ac.uk/