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English-taught full-time master’s degree in Global Supply Chain Management in Germany

With a master’s degree in Global Supply Chain Management in Germany at our Campus Cologne, you will steer your career path towards responsible specialist and management tasks in internationally active companies. The programme lasts 4 semesters, of which the fourth semester is reserved for the master’s thesis - within the scope of an internship at a company or a semester abroad. The language of instruction is English so that you are optimally equipped for projects on a global scale. The degree awarded is a Master of Science (M. Sc.).

With a mix of business administration content, supply chain and logistics topics, interdisciplinary approaches, electives, and a great deal of practical relevance through business projects and simulations, you will expand your qualification profile with strategic knowledge and a hands-on mentality. CBS places particular emphasis on soft skills, and these are especially important in Global Supply Chain Management, as you will work with all company divisions and many people from different cultures, regardless of whether you work in a company headquarters in Germany or take care of supply chains on-site worldwide.

Do you work full-time and would like to study part-time? As an alternative, we offer you a part-time master's degree in Logistics taught in German, which lasts 5 semesters.

Why does a Global Supply Chain Management Master`s make sense?

After many - compared to today - cosy years in supply chain management, an extremely large number of difficult challenges are pelting down on SMEs and large corporations: legislators, as well as customers and internal company stakeholders, are demanding more sustainability, for example, as defined in the Supply Chain Act or in climate protection targets. Supply chains get into stressful situations due to local and global events, which lead to delivery bottlenecks even for suppliers' suppliers, putting orders worth millions at risk due to missing penny items. New trade barriers are erected while trade barriers are dismantled elsewhere. Some industries are completely reinventing themselves, which means that supplier networks have to be rethought from the beginning. New digitalisation opportunities require a lot of know-how and smart decisions to stay ahead of the competition. For these tasks, international companies need professionals who think big - maybe you? This Global Supply Chain Master`s focuses on just such high-level management tasks.

  • ECTS 120
  • Semester 4
  • Language English
  • Type of Study Full-time
  • Degree Master of Science
  • Campus Cologne
  • Internship Integrated
  • Semester Abroad Optional
  • Start of Studies Winter Cologne
  • Study Fee* 5.730 €
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Study Course Plan

Some information about the study plan for the study programme Master's in Global Supply Chain Management: 

General business teaching units

Business Economics3 ECTS ? !
  • Analysis of demand, supply, and market equilibrium

  • Theory of consumer choice

  • Theory of the firm, production and cost analysis

  • Market structures: perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, contestable markets

  • Game theory

  • Pricing strategies

  • Factor markets, labor economics

  • Economics of information

  • Industrial organization

  • Limitations of markets and interventions by the government

  • Econometric techniques related to these topics

Empirical Research Methods3 ECTS ? !
  • Development of a research question

  • Primary vs. secondary data

  • Steps of research process

  • Research designs

  • Quantitative and qualitative data

  • Structured methods of data collection: questionnaire and structured interview

  • Un- and semi-structured methods: qualitative interview and focus group

  • Quantitative and qualitative content analysis

  • Ethical considerations of data collection

  • Sampling

  • Data analysis using statistical software programs (SPSS)

  • Univariate analysis, bivariate analysis (crosstab and correlation), multiple linear regression

  • Writing a research report – structural and other formal requirements

Strategic Analysis & Management3 ECTS ? !
  •  Strategy making process and strategic reasoning: cognitive process of strategy 
    creation through the prism of logic and intuition

  • Setting strategic purpose in the context of responsible stakeholder management

  • Advanced external environment analysis: markets, industries and competitive 
    landscapes in static and dynamic perspective in the domestic and international 

  • Diagnosing and managing strategic capability through national borders over time

  • Cultural and institutional context of strategic management: concepts, frameworks 
    and analytical tools

  • Generic and interactive business strategies, inside-out and outside-in perspective on 
    achieving and sustaining competitive advantage internationally

  • Network-level strategies

  • Corporate development and configuration: strategic options and portfolio matrices

  • Strategy formation

  • Strategic change and corporate restructuring

  • Strategic renewal

  • Strategy evaluation and strategic controls: tools and methods

  • Organizing for success

Innovation Management & Digital Transformation3 ECTS ? !
  • Diagnosing the change context: diffusion and dynamics of innovation 

  • Sources & types of innovation

  • Product/service, process & business model innovation

  • Individual and corporate creativity

  • Strategic innovation management & the innovation process incl. New Product Development (NPD)

  • Introduction to digitalization, digital age & digital divide

  • Digital drivers & disruptive forces

  • Technological drivers of digital transformation

  • Socio-technological change associated with the adoption of the mentioned drivers

  • Introduction to the digital organization & digital business models

  • Impact of digitalization on the value chain (Industry 4.0)

  • Digitalization-related innovation theories & technology management

  • Digitalization leadership & organisational transformation concepts

  • Change management & transformational leadership

  • Agility and VUCA world

  • SCRUM and Design Thinking

Programme specific teaching units

Global Supply Networks3 ECTS ? !
  • Classification in Supply Chain Management

  • Classification in Supply Chains or Networks

  • Opportunities and risks within supply chains or networks

  • Differentiated consideration of production and service networks

  • Basics of logistics outsourcing and contract logistics

  • Basics of outsourcing

  • Development of contract logistics, characteristics of contract logistics

  • Potentials of contract logistics

  • Phases of contract logistics relationships

Strategic Planning in Supply Chains3 ECTS ? !
  • Design and structure of supply chains and networks

  • Basics of global supply chains

  • Analysis of supply chain players

  • Human behavior in organizations and supply chains (asymmetric information, game theory)

  • Organizational Development

Purchasing & Distribution in the Supply Chain 3 ECTS ? !


  • Differentiation between Purchasing, Procurement, Sourcing

  • Make or buy analysis, outsourcing

  • Sourcing strategies

  • Value-added partnerships

  • Supplier selection

  • supplier evaluation

  • Ordering procedures, quantitative methods of order optimization

  • Bullwhip effect

  • Procurement risks

  • Digitalization in procurement, blockchain

  • Trends, challenges and levers (trade offs)


  • Classification, demarcation

  • warehouse structures

  • Transport concepts, last mile

  • Quantitative transport optimization, route planning models

  • Transport modes, innovations (cityloop, platooning)

  • Sustainability through innovative concepts and alternative transport modes and drives

  • Digitalization in distribution

  • Trends, challenges and trade offs in distribution


Operations Management in Supply Chains3 ECTS ? !
  • Strategic, tactical and operational management tasks in a global environment

  • Differentiation between operations, finance and marketing

  • Intralogistics goals and key figures

  • Site planning, layout planning

  • Basics of warehouse logistics, warehouse design, warehouse management strategies

  • Storage, conveying (innovations and trends)

  • Material flow analyses, process thinking

  • Picking methods, identification systems

  • Quantitative methods of inventory management and planning, lot size optimization

  • Packaging systems, closed loop aspects, sustainability

  • Digitalization, digital twin, trends and innovations

  • Lean management, Kanban, use of JIT/JIS

  • Levers of push and pull principles

  • Principles and support systems of production planning and control

  • Circular economy, disposal processes

  • Value recovery stages, redistribution logistics, reprocessing logistics, reuse logistics

Interdisciplinary competencies

International Project Management2 ECTS ? !
  • Social competence: Communication, motivation, groups and team structures, leadership, conflict management

  • Methodological competence: Structural aspects, time management, cost management, human resource management, creativity and problem solving

  • Organisational competence: Quality management, documentation, risk management, project start and closure

Language & Communication Skills2 ECTS ? !

The “Scholarly Writing and Analysis” course is offered for German native speakers. German as a foreign language is offered as an obligatory course for Non-native German speakers.

General business teaching units

Corporate Social Responsibility3 ECTS ? !
  • Cornerstones of sustainable management

  • CSR as management approach

  • Practical approaches of organizational effectiveness

  • Tools for CSR implementation

  • CSR and financial performance

  • Life cycle assessment

Corporate Governance3 ECTS ? !
  • Historical developments around the world

  • Directors and board structures in different parts of the world

  • Family business governance

  • Role of institutional investors

  • Corporate governance in mergers and acquisitions

  • Socially responsible investments

  • Corporate governance in different regions

Value Based Management3 ECTS ? !
  • Value maximization and corporate objectives, shareholder value and stakeholder value approach

  • Financial measurement of corporate strategies and competitive advantage: the principles

  • Shortcomings of traditional profitability ratios for a value-based management

  • Economic Value Added, Cash Value Added

  • Identifying the drivers of value creation and investment decision-making

  • Management compensation and incentives for value creation

Sustainable Supply Chain Management3 ECTS ? !
  • Defining the state of a sustainable supply chain based on actual trends

  • Discussion of various theoretical concepts (e.g. Stakeholder Theory, Slack Resource Theory) and their implications for sustainable supply chain management

  • Defining a “New Normal” of how to do business (e.g. circular economy, regenerative business models, carbon literacy training)

  • Sustainable Marketing (definition, Green Marketing Strategy Mix, Green Washing and Sustainable Consumer Buying Behaviour)

  • Sustainable Procurement (definition, Sustainable Procurement Process Model with a focus on sustainable supplier relationship management; new trends like circular procurement)

  • Sustainable Logistics

  • Sustainable Design

  • Carbon Emission / Human Rights in global supply chains

Programme specific teaching units

Business Planning & Modelling3 ECTS ? !
  • Analyzing different templates to generate business- and financial plans available in library or via download in the internet

  • Discussion and creation of specific balance sheet ratios important for business plans and business models

  • Use of specific tools and numbers to analyze, investigate or monitor business models and running business, tools and numbers are e.g. Indicator Systems, Scorecards, ROE, Leverage Effects

  • Simulate best-, worst and real-case-scenario for productivities belonging to business plans

Supply Chain Management 4.03 ECTS ? !
  • Conceptual foundations of Supply Chain Management 4.0 (concept of the supply and value chain, Industry 4.0,)

  • Digital technologies in the value chain (e.g., cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, etc.).

  • Expressions of supply chain 4.0 (e.g., smart products, smart services, smart factories, etc.)

  • Digital business models (e.g., electronic value creation, digital economy platforms, success factors, real-world examples)

  • Cyber risks (e.g. conceptual and legal basics, cybercrime, cyber security, risk management)

  • Practical examples from industry, trade, transport, recycling

  • Digital transformation of the supply chain (e.g. opportunities and challenges, methods, practical examples)

  • Future of work in the supply chain 4.0 (e.g. design approaches for work systems, automation, human-machine interaction, education and training)

  • Leadership in the digital supply chain (e.g. agile leadership, digital leadership)

Elective area

Business Elective3 ECTS ? !

A business elective is a business or management-related elective course.By choosing Business Electives in the second and third semester you can personalize your degree course and extend your management knowledge.

Interdisciplinary Elective3 ECTS ? !

By choosing Interdisciplinary Electives in the second and third semester you can personalize your degree course and extend your management knowledge. An interdisciplinary elective is an elective from another discipline than your own specialization.

Interdisciplinary competencies

Event Management (Ted Talk) Seminar2 ECTS ? !
  • Basics of event management

  • Objective of the event and different types of events

  • The event as a marketing and communication tool

  • Planning and preparation

  • Event execution

  • Tasks and role of the event manager

  • Choosing the right venue

  • Personnel selection

Programme specific teaching units

Collaboration & Cooperation in Supply Chains3 ECTS ? !
  • Business network design and strategies

  • Global cooperation: a panacea for supply chain deficiencies

  • Informal and formal networks - performance and challenges

  • Global business network – enhancing cooperation between organizations and companies

  • Business development in the Internet of Things

  • Network imbalances and sustainability

  • Sustainable business network

  • Collaborating in Supply Chains

  • Information asymmetry and Bullwhip effect

  • Customer integration & e-commerce

  • Supplier integration (VMI)

  • Contract logistics and Outsourcing

  • Performance Measurement in Supply Chains

  • IT support

Supply Chain Business Game3 ECTS ? !
  • Functional areas, business processes and management roles in companies

  • Interrelationships between functional areas

  • Planning and control processes in supply chains

  • Decision-making processes in supply chains

  • Business risks and interactions in supply chains

  • Evaluation and adjustment of management decisions

Operations Research in Supply Chains3 ECTS ? !
  • OR problems along the SC, e.g. quantity, delivery or queuing problems, route planning, layout and location decisions

  • Methods and models that can represent SCM problems, e.g., branch-and-bound algorithm, ADD algorithm, Steiner-Weber model, newsboy model

  • Linear and non-linear optimization models, e.g. Simplex as a linear model or Andler as a non-linear model

  • Software systems to support optimal planning and simulation, e.g. Arena, Mathlab, Excel, Excel plugins (Solver, LogHub.. )

  • Forecasting and prognosis methods, e.g. with exponential smoothing, regression techniques

  • Special simulation models, e.g. Monte-Carlo simulation

Logistics Lab3 ECTS ? !
  • Basics of computer programming, e.g. with VBA for Excel

  • Design and development of an excel sheet to simulate business numbers of a given business case or business model

  • Development of a small digital twin for a logistic process with Excel

  • Application of software products (e.g. Excel plugins or others) for strategic-, tactical- and operative planning, e.g. for: site- or layout-planning, procurement- or production-planning, resource- planning, scheduling or tour-planning

  • Monte-Carlo-Simulation with Excel

  • Simulation game on supply chain management (to deepen the understanding of planning and control processes, decision-making processes, entrepreneurial risks, interactions in supply chains, evaluation and adjustment of management decisions)n

Venture Lab4 ECTS ? !
  • Discovering and evaluating entrepreneurial opportunities

  • Developing business ideas from opportunities (e.g. based on using Design Thinking, Personas and User Stories).

  • Feasibility analysis of business ideas

  • Transferring the idea into a Business Model

  • Business Model and its building blocks (value proposition, customers segments, channels, customer relationships, revenue model, key partners, key activities, key resources, cost structure)

  • Business Plan: Introduction, Sample Case and General Outline

  • Developing the details of the business plan

  • Finding sources of financing: Business angels; Private equity; Start up financing; Venture capital investors

  • Preparing a pitch deck for successfully presenting the new venture business plan

Integrative Case Studies3 ECTS ? !
  • Focused review of the curriculum content

  • Pre-assessment quiz/ content area assessment as benchmark for students’ status quo

  • Guide and Strategic Plan to Case Study Analysis

  • Writing a proper Case Study Analysis report

  • Developing proper answers to Case questions, applying the relevant theoretical knowledge and frameworks

  • In-depth Case Study Analysis with focus all subject areas of the curriculum

  • In-depth Case Study Analysis with special focus on Strategic Management

Business Simulation Game3 ECTS ? !
  • Students will be placed in management teams

  • Each management team will run their own company

  • Various companies will compete in an industry

  • Each company's management will be responsible for all of the decisions made, or not made, which will impact the company's performance

  • Various rounds of decision-making

  • Presentation, assignments and reports of group

Master Thesis Tutorial2 ECTS ? !

During the Master Thesis Tutorial you will learn the fundamentals for your Master thesis: Defining the topic as well as structuring the thesis and you will learn the theoretical knowledge for scientific working.

Elective area

Business Elective3 ECTS ? !

A business elective is a business or management-related elective course.By choosing Business Electives in the second and third semester you can personalize your degree course and extend your management knowledge.

Interdisciplinary Elective3 ECTS ? !

By choosing Interdisciplinary Electives in the second and third semester you can personalize your degree course and extend your management knowledge. An interdisciplinary elective is an elective from another discipline than your own specialization.

Interdisciplinary competencies

Assessment Center Bootcamp2 ECTS ? !
  • Consulting Industry/Professional Services as an example for an industry where ACs are key: Sector Overview incl. Company Profiles with focus on different specializations: HR, Strategy, Marketing, Finance etc.

  • Job application and interview training

  • Case study training, e-Case study training

  • Framework for processing case studies

  • Brain Teaser Training

  • Case Simulation (Individual and Group Cases)

  • Psychological tests

  • In-Tray and Group exercise training

Programme specific teaching units

Master Thesis18 ECTS ? !

During your 4th semester you are working on your Master thesis. You have 19 weeks to complete your thesis and the subject is freely selectable. A supervisor from CBS will support you and you can write the thesis in collaboration with a company as well. Or you can write your thesis in connection with a stay abroad.


What is M.Sc. Global Supply Chain Management?

An MSc Master in Global Supply Chain Management introduces students to all aspects of transporting goods and products within a business. As you grow from regional supply chain management into global roles, the focus shifts to the challenges: How do you plan global supply chains in such a way that the failure of suppliers, supply countries, or transport routes become bearable without jeopardising profits? How do you adjust the supply chain - or the entire company - when there are major changes on the demand side? How do you adapt to factors such as global and regional politics when taxes, tariffs, subsidies, liberalisation, or legislative changes affect the work of suppliers and the supply chain? In global supply chain management, the number of influencing factors is immense, and each can have a strong impact. When the worst comes to the worst, quick and good decisions are needed and even better are early detection systems based on KPIs, including contingency plans - and the gathering of knowledge along the entire supply chain, for which excellent communication skills are essential. Communication techniques, as part of the soft skills courses, are therefore part of the study programme.

What is M.Sc. Global Logistics?

SCM always includes logistics. An M.Sc. Master in Global Logistics is about planning, controlling, and optimising international logistics chains. These logistics chains are complex networks with interdependencies in which warehousing plays a central role in addition to transport routes. Central topics are the establishment or restructuring of logistics networks, the digitalisation of processes, the selection of third-party logistics service providers, or the optimisation of warehousing strategies in order to make supply chains more robust and to improve the service for internal and external customers - while keeping costs low.

One example is the logistics of a pharmaceutical company that assembles and delivers customer orders at warehousing locations around the world, but needs a sufficient stock of goods for this, which is kept at an ideal level by means of forecasts and well-functioning transport routes. Another example is the logistics department of an automobile manufacturer, where even the intralogistics of components from its own plants scattered around the world have an international character, or a logistics company where an international distribution centre is to be managed - embedded in a worldwide network of logistics hubs.

What do you learn in a Global Supply Chain Management Master?

The master`s programme in Global Supply Chain Management combines content from the master's programme Business Administration and special supply chain content that builds on each other over the duration of the programme.

In the first semester, you start with general business topics such as "Business Economics," "Strategic Analysis and Management," and "Innovation Management and Digital Transformation. You will also deepen your knowledge of research methods. The subject block "Supply Chain Design" is subject-specific and deals with the strategic planning of supply chains and the operational development of global supplier networks.

The second semester expands your horizons in the areas of CSR and corporate governance, which are also becoming increasingly important for supply chains. On the subject level, you will deal with "Quantitative Business Development", which also includes the seminar "Logistic Lab", which is either a business game or a real research project at a partner company. For even more practical relevance, you will also work on a large business project.

In the second and third semesters, you have the opportunity to set individual focal points - by taking elective subjects from business studies and with an interdisciplinary character. You choose these subjects towards the end of the first semester.

In the third semester, you deal with case studies and play through a business simulation game with your fellow students. In the supply chain topics, you dedicate yourself to the complex issues of "Supply Chain Collaboration", i.e., cooperative, vertical, or horizontal management approaches, and "Supply Chain Optimisation", which deals with the overall picture in operations and digitalisation in SCM 4.0. A special highlight is the "Venture Lab" seminar: Here you work in a team to develop a business plan, either speculatively for an SCM start-up - perhaps one that you want to start after graduation - or an intrapreneur project or a feasibility study for a corporate partner. Together with the Master`s Thesis Tutorial, this is ideal preparation for the fourth semester, in which you write your master's thesis either embedded in a company internship or in a semester at a CBS partner university abroad.

When it comes to the important soft skills courses, the CBS team has, for example, selected the modules "International Project Management", communication skills, and an assessment centre bootcamp for this degree programme.

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What are the requirements for a Global Supply Chain Master's?

To take up this master’s programme, you should have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, General Management, or International Business. The special feature of this Supply Chain Master´s: 180 ECTS are sufficient as a starting requirement. If you have not yet completed your bachelor’s degree, we will of course be happy to accept your application so that you can continue your studies seamlessly after your bachelor’s degree.

Ideally, your first degree was taught in English and had a logistics or SCM focus. Both increase the likelihood of a very good study success, but a generalist degree is also helpful, as all subject areas were at least touched upon there and this degree is about the big picture. A good command of English is a must in any case, so that you can easily follow lectures, seminars, and soft skills courses. Of course, the exams are in English, just as your master’s thesis must be in English.

If you come from a different field of study, for example, engineering, we check your previous knowledge individually: we can often credit part of the study achievements, and to fill gaps in business knowledge we offer various pre-master's programmes, like the digital summer crash course in the semester break to 2 semesters of pre-study. Contact our student advisory team for more information.

How long does a Master in Global Supply Chain Management take?

This full-time master’s programme provides 120 ECTS and is classically designed for 4 semesters. The fourth semester has a dual function: You write your master’s thesis as a priority. Since this degree programme has a high practical relevance and is internationally oriented, we encourage you to write your master’s thesis a) at a company, ideally at a branch abroad, or b) if the focus is more on theory, to work on the thesis during a semester abroad at one of our partner universities.

What can you do with a master's in Global Supply Chain? Professions & Salary 

After the Global Supply Chain Master's degree, numerous career options are open to you. You can work for an industrial or trading company and design and optimise global SCM or logistics processes or lead teams. Such positions are sometimes called "junior supply chain manager", as in some companies direct entry positions are called "junior" even after the master’s degree, although the tasks are very demanding.

On the other hand, there is the world of logistics companies, who are also constantly looking for highly qualified graduates. The third big job opportunity is a career start as a consultant: large management consultancies and specialised boutique consultancies also offer exciting opportunities. The advantage is that as a consultant you can get to know many companies and industries. Some companies also offer graduate or trainee programmes as an alternative to direct entry. Our Career Office will support you in your search for vacancies, and CBS also cooperates with many partner companies that are specifically looking for CBS graduates. If you would like to work abroad, you should not only fall back on the well-known online job portals but inform yourself directly on the websites of your target companies. The variety of job titles is immense, as every company has different global structures and challenges.

When looking for a job in the field of SCM, you compete with people with degrees in Business Administration, Industrial Engineering, Business Informatics and even Mechanical Engineering. This shows above all that it is really difficult for companies to find experts at master’s level with a clear SCM focus - which this degree programme provides.

Possible job titles are:

  • (Junior) Supply Chain Manager (4.0)

  • European / International / Global Supply Chain Manager

  • Group Supply Chain Manager

  • Global Logistics Manager

  • Supply Chain Engineer

  • Specialist Supply Chain / Logistics

  • SCM Consultant

  • Inhouse Consulting Project Manager Supply Chain Management / Procurement

  • Supply Operations Developer

  • Logistics Planner

  • Graduate / Trainee Programme SCM / Logistics

  • Operations Manager / Project Manager Operations

  • Positions in Purchasing

How much do Global Supply Chain managers make?

Salary prospects at the beginning are roughly in the range of 50,000 to 100,000 euros gross per year, depending on the industry, the task, and your professional experience between your bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Entry-level positions are in the lower third of the salary range; salaries increase with a few years of management experience.

What does a Global Supply Chain Manager do?

Global Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics require personalities who think in big contexts: here you always have to deal with supply chains and logistics where national borders are crossed. These borders separate economic areas with their own rules, corporate cultures, and national cultures. In addition, transport routes are more sensitive to disruptions: A port strike here, a customs change there, a storm there, and the supply chain comes to a standstill. This makes planning, controlling, and optimising measures very complex. So global supply chain managers have to be able to make good decisions in an environment with a lot of variables, balancing cost, and performance. So, a high level of financial knowledge is required, but also creativity to think through scenarios and to be able to anticipate the impacts of actions. A big part of the job is communication with flair, as there are an immense number of stakeholders involved in global supply chains.

Where can I study Global Logistics and Supply Chain?

You can study this full-time master’s programme in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management at CBS in Cologne, the largest CBS campus. Cologne is an excellent place to study, as many internationally active companies operate in the Rhineland from Bonn to Düsseldorf, at all levels of the supply chain, from logistics companies to hidden champions in medium-sized businesses to global corporations.







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