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Supply Chain Engineering

  • Exchange programme
  • Autumn & spring
  • Zwolle
  • 5 Months
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Introduction

Want to know how to set things in motion?

Tomorrow’s supply chain engineers face the challenge of creating the engine that powers the world economy: the global supply chain. This calls for creative, stable, intelligent, communicative and well-structured engineers who can design, link, implement and manage supply chain processes in a cross-organizational, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary setting. This programme prepares you for working as a project manager or consultant in supply chain engineering.

Course modules

What's Supply Chain Engineering like?

This bachelor's level programme of 30 ECTS credits prepares you for a future as a manager or consultant for international companies or projects. From the start, you'll convey theory into practice and work on a project at a real life company with a project team for two days a week.

Requirements and application

Requirements and application

You are required to have two years of Bachelor’s study experience in a relevant field (e.g. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business or IT) and English-language skills at B2 level.

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Practical information Learning agreement

Practical information

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Learning Agreement

When you decide to do an exchange programme at Windesheim, you have to sign the Learning Agreement of your programme. The Learning Agreement is a crucial document for the recognition of a study period abroad. It is an agreement between you, your university and Windesheim.

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Want to know more?

Questions about studying at Windesheim? Contact the International Office via +31 884699777 or email.                                                                                              

Any questions about the content of this programme? Get in touch with lecturer Peter Schuurhuis by email.                                                                                                                              

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