Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) is a research and educational institute affiliated to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Zaragoza (UZ). Specialized in logistics and supply chain management, ZLC is the Spanish center of the MIT Global SCALE Network, an international alliance of 6 leading research centers dedicated to the development of supply chain excellence through innovation.
- Supply Chain Management
- Executive Education
- Engineering in Logistics
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Avenida de Ranillas 5, edificio 5A (EXPO), planta baja, Zaragoza, Spain, 50018
Degree awarded for GSCM, ZLOG and ZLOGb: Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of Zaragoza (own degree/estudio propio) and Graduate Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Management from the MIT Global Scale Network. Degree awarded for MDSC: Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of Zaragoza (own degree/estudio propio)
GSCM - Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – a 10 month, full-time degree program taught in English, studying in 3 different continents: 5 months at ZLC Campus in Spain, 3 weeks at MIT Campus in USA and 4 months at MISI Campus in Malaysia. ZLOG - Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – a 10 month, full-time degree program taught in English with a 3 week stay in MIT Campus (Boston, USA). ZLOGb - Blended Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – a 5 month, full-time degree program taught in English with a 3 week stay in MIT Campus (Boston, USA). MDSC - Part-Time Master in Supply Chain Management – a 10 month, part-time degree program taught in Spanish. PhD in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – an internationally recognized doctoral program that enables students to spend time at MIT as visiting students. PhD Summer Academy - intensive course during the summer. Executive Education – both open-enrolment and customized short courses designed for senior managers.
GSCM, ZLOG and ZLOGb: The Admissions Committee reviews applicant files to select a talented group of students from around the globe for MIT Zaragoza Master's specialized studies in logistics and supply chain at ZLC and MIT. The programs are a Master of Engineering with strong management, problem solving, and leadership components combining both theoretical study and practical applications. The admissions process ensures that the individuals invited into the Master programs are well-prepared for intensive studies in logistics and supply chain management and positioned for success upon graduation. Previous completion of a four year undergraduate program equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree is required. While applicants are expected to have an aptitude for analytical thinking, a degree in engineering is not required. Diversity in the student body is an important aspect of all these programs. Work experience from a variety of operational and management responsibilities provides an invaluable background for all MIT Zaragoza programs. Nevertheless, we do welcome exceptional students who have little or no work experience. We invite applicants coming from a wide range of backgrounds. MDSC: Para cursar el Máster se requiere al menos tres años de formación Universitaria y un aceptable nivel de inglés. El Máster va dirigido a titulados universitarios que quieran cubrir las necesidades de recursos humanos del mercado en el ámbito de la Logística, a profesionales interesados en consolidar y ampliar su formación y a directivos y técnicos responsables de departamentos relacionados con la actividad productiva o con la consultoría.
GSCM, ZLOG and ZLOGb: Since the MIT classes are taught in English, applicants from non-English-speaking countries should offer evidence of written and oral proficiency in the English language by taking the TOEFL. Alternative assessments such as IELTS or Cambridge Proficiency may also be submitted. MDSC: Castellano y nivel de inglés B2 (2 asignaturas en inglés)
Scholarships available for incoming students. Contact: Clara Isabel García, International Masters Coordinator Tel: +34 976 070 148
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