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Master of Science / Postgraduate Diploma in Global Supply Chain Management

Programme
Master of Science (MSc)
Postgraduate Diploma (PgD)

Programme Code
44089-GFM
44089-GSM* / 44089-GPM
44089-GFP
44089-GPP
*2019/20 intake cohort or before

Mode of Attendance
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time

Normal Duration (Subject to Review)
1.5 years
2.5 years
1.5 years
2.5 years

Credit Requirements for Graduation
30 credits
18 credits

Tuition Fee (Subject to Review)
Local: HK$208,500 per programme
Non-Local: HK$217,500 per programme
Local: HK$125,100 per programme
Non-Local: $130,500 per programme

Professional Recognition
  • Graduates of the MSc in Global Supply Chain Management are granted full exemption from the Qualifying Examination of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong.
  • Graduates of the PgD in Global Supply Chain Management are granted partial exemption from the Qualifying Examination of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong.
  • Graduates of the MSc in Global Supply Chain Management having fulfilled certain subject requirements are granted accreditation by The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) and may apply for full membership. (Subject to review each year).
  • Graduates of the MSc in Global Supply Chain Management with 2-years working experience in Purchasing/ Supply Chain/ Logistics or related field are qualified to register as member of The Institute of Purchasing & Supply of Hong Kong (IPSHK).
Note: Recognition is subject to assessment

Programme Management
Prof. Miao Song
Programme Director
Tel: (852) 2766-5087
Email: miao.song@polyu.edu.hk
Mr Owen Tang
Programme Manager
Tel: (852) 2766-4782
Email: owen.tang@polyu.edu.hk

Enquiries
Ms Shirley Au
Tel: (852) 2766-7409
Email: shirley.wh.au@polyu.edu.hk

For more programme details, please refer to the Programme Document.

CEF The programme has been included in the list of reimbursable courses for Continuing Education Fund (CEF) purposes.
Aim

This programme equips executives with the capacity to create and sustain competitiveness in the supply chain through balancing cost, quality and efficiency.

Features
  • Broad knowledge and skills in global supply chain management
  • A thorough grounding in subjects which lead to the knowledge and intellectual capability required for an understanding and critical analysis of supply chain management problems
  • Awareness of the global supply chain management environment and management issues
  • An array of purchasing related subjects
  • A Bachelor's degree in a business-related discipline or the equivalent.
  • For non-business degree holders, 2-year relevant work experience or relevant background knowledge is preferred.
  • Candidates in senior management positions possessing other academic qualifications may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Priority will be given to applicants with relevant working experience.

If you are not a native speaker of English, and your Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification is awarded by institutions where medium of instruction is not English, you are expected to fulfill the University minimum English language requirement for admission purposes. Please refer to the “Entrance Requirements” under “Admissions Policies” at Study@PolyU for details.

 

Remarks

Shortlisted candidates may be invited to attend admission interviews. Applications submitted before the end of December 2020 will catch up the 1st round of interview in mid January 2021. Other rounds of interviews will also be conducted afterwards.

Please click “APPLY” for the applications.

Scholarships

LMS Taught Postgraduate Programme Scholarship Scheme

  • This is for entry of Programme MSc/PgD in Global Supply Chain Management (Mixed-mode) (44089-GFM/GFP/GPM/GPP), available for applicants with outstanding academic and non-academic performance.
  • Merit-based scholarships of HK$50,000 for each recipient
  • Please click here to download the application form for this scholarship
Credits Requirements
Award No. of Required Subjects Required Pattern
Compulsory Subject Restricted Elective Subjects Free Elective Subjects
Master of Science (MSc) 10
(30 credits)
1
(3 credits)
4
(12 credits)
5
(15 credits)
Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) 6
(18 credits)
1
(3 credits)
4
(12 credits)
1
(3 credits)
Subject Offerings
Compulsory Subject
(1 subject - 3 credits)


Restricted Elective Subjects
(4 subjects - 12 credits)

Choose at least 2 from:
LGT5002
LGT5102
LGT5105
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5032
LGT5034
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5152
MM544
Note: Students may take more restricted elective subjects than necessary, and they will be counted as free electives.

Compulsory Subject
(1 subject - 3 credits)


Restricted Elective Subjects
(4 subjects - 12 credits)

Choose at least 2 from:
LGT5061
LGT5102
LGT5105
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5032
LGT5034
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5152
MM544
Note: Students may take more restricted elective subjects than necessary, and they will be counted as free electives.

Compulsory Subject
(1 subject - 3 credits)


Restricted Elective Subjects
(4 subjects - 12 credits)

Choose at least 2 from:
LGT5061
LGT5102
LGT5105
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5032
LGT5034
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5152
MM544
Note: Students may take more restricted elective subjects than necessary, and they will be counted as free electives.

Compulsory Subject
(1 subject - 3 credits)


Restricted Elective Subjects
(4 subjects - 12 credits)

Choose at least 2 from:
LGT5061
LGT5102
LGT5105
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5032
LGT5034
Choose at least 1 from:
LGT5152
MM544
Note: Students may take more Core Subjects than necessary, and they will be counted as Electives.

Note:
  • The offering of subjects is subject to class quota availability.
  • The subject syllabi are subject to approval.

# Common Pool Electives: Students are allowed to choose 1 elective, equivalent to 3 credits, from the Common Pool to fulfill the elective requirements of the programme. You may refer to FB website for details.

Students should strictly comply with the prescriptions of the programme curriculum when performing subject registration. Those who fail to meet the programme requirements will NOT be allowed to graduate.

Credit transfer/exemption will not be granted for subjects chosen from the FB Common Pool, unless the Elective Subject concerned falls within the programme curriculum. Please note that not all subjects will be offered every year and registration is subject to the availability of quota. Please refer to the AS's eStudent Page for subject details (e.g. subject syllabus, offering semester, class timetable).


For details of Programme Curriculum and Progression Pattern, please refer to the Programme Document.