Currently, BISCI is connected to two MSc programmes in Supply Chain Management at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. The knowledge developed within BISCI will be translated into the curriculum of these educational programmes.


Masters in Global Supply Chain Management and Change

The Global Supply Chain Management and Change may be the perfect way to start your career. The programme is taught in Venlo, located just 80 kilometres from Maastricht. Known as the Netherlands’ logistics hotspot, Venlo is home to the headquarters and distribution facilities of many logistics service providers. During your time in Venlo, you'll learn all about supply chain management, innovation and entrepreneurship. This makes the programme ideal for if you would like to work as an innovator or change manager at a logistics organisation. Bart Vos, Scientific Director at BISCI is the Programme Leader for this Masters course.

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Master in International Business - Supply Chain Management Specialisation

The Supply Chain Management specialisation is a part of the master's programme in International Business and is for students seeking a career managing supply chains for businesses and organisations. You will gain the theoretical, practical and managerial skills to implement supply chain improvements that satisfy consumer demand and keep companies competitive. The programme also explores exciting concepts like the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 and the Maker Movement, which are challenging our ideas about lifestyle and consumption. In addition, the International Classroom concept of Maastricht University helps you to think, work, collaborate and network internationally.

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MBA Course - Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility

This Part-time Executive education module offered by UMIO and supported by BISCI (by Ton Geurts). In which the following topics will be addressed:

  • Sustainability Governance: put sustainability at the heart of your business for maximum impact.
  • Transform sustainability from qualifier to differentiator creating unique customer value.