Master in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (part-time)

Languages : English
Work-Study: possible
Campus : Paris
Master (part-time) - RNCP: 36680

The part-time Master in Supply Chain Management is a programme designed for students who are continuing their studies and wish to develop their skills and knowledge in order to take on management roles in the logistics sector. The programme is delivered in a work-study format, is officially recognised by the French government and is certified RNCP level 7.


Using a “Green Supply Chain” approach, the students of this programme will be able to meet the expectations of companies who are looking for high-level employees. You will develop a strong capacity for innovation and management and become capable of facing the challenges of logistics in an international environment.

5 programme strengths:

  • Learn to understand the challenges of the Supply Chain from a “Green Supply Chain” perspective,
  • Identify the levers for Supply Chain optimisation, in particular those that interact with other players,
  • Understand how to set up collaborative processes to improve the overall performance of the company,
  • Discover technological and digital innovations in Supply Chain,
  • The programme can be 100% financed by the company, confers the grade of ‘Master’ and is certified RNCP level 7.


Key figures of the programme :

  • Number of students – Academic year 2021-2022: 50 students
  • Graduation rate: 90% success rate

By joining the Master in Supply Chain Management (part-time), you will study subjects such as:

  • Introduction to the Green Supply Chain Management
  • Procurement & Inventory Management
  • Coordination in the Supply Chain Management
  • Sustainable Supply Chain/Green Logistics

You can find the detailed programme and all the modules of this part-time Master in the brochure.

Methods used and evaluation methods

The pedagogy used in the different modules is adapted to the different learning objectives. Active teaching methods are favoured, and co-modal methods are developed. Group sizes are small, facilitating quality interactions between peers and with professionals and professors.

The programme is assessed by dual methods of evaluation:
Continuous assessment: assessments carried out throughout the course in the form of individual or group files to be handed in, the professional dissertation: submission of a written document and oral defence before a jury composed of academic and company tutors.

If certain modules have not been validated and therefore the credits have not been obtained, the student can take an exam to catch up on these modules during the periods provided for this purpose.


Work-study rhythm:

  • 1st year: 2 weeks in the company/1 week at the school (per month)
  • 2nd year: 3 weeks in the company/1 week at the school (per month)


  • 12 or 24 months

Next intake:

  • September 2023



Personal and professional support

Rennes SB provides constant support to students as they develop their professional projects.

Thus, throughout their programme, Rennes SB students benefit from:

  • Privileged interlocutors,
  • Career workshops,
  • Events allowing regular meetings with managers and HR representatives from partner organisations,
  • “My Career Platform” listing advice, internship and employment offers.

Careers typically targeted after the course:

Purchasing and Logistic Planner, Purchasing Planner, Purchasing Buyer, Distribution Manager, Operations Manager,…

Download our brochure to find out about the jobs and companies of graduates from this Master (part-time).


Admission requirements:

International students are able to apply for the programme according to the following conditions:

  • to join in the 1st year:  applicants must have a previous degree worth at least 180 ECTS;
  • to join in the 2nd year: applicants must have a previous degree worth at least 240 ECTS (or equivalent).

Recommendation: for international students, it is strongly recommended that applicants have a good level of French (B2 minimum) or have a written promise of employment from a company before applying to the programme.

If the student has not signed a contract with the company before the start of the programme, he/she will be responsible for paying the fees for the year.

You must have a sufficient level of English for admission:

  • TOEFL > 80
  • TOEIC > 785
  • IELTS > 6.0
  • Previous studies taught in English (minimum 2 years)
  • Native Language: English

Admissions procedure:

The admission process takes place entirely online and includes a review of academic records and a remote interview in English. Application to be submitted on this page using the “Apply” button.

A final admission decision will be sent within 3 weeks after the application is submitted.



During a work-study programme, the tuition fees are paid by the company.

If the student joins the course with a “stage alterné” status, they are responsible for the payment of their own tuition fees and will complete their internship during the second semester.

Tuition fees* :

  • 24-month format: €25,000 (1st year: €8,500 / 2nd year: €16,500)
  • 12-month format: €16,500

*subject to modification 

Student life

The Rennes School of Business community is centered around its 5,000 students. The School, particularly its Student Care team, is dedicated to student life and well-being on campus.
During their studies at Rennes SB, students do not just benefit from an exceptional learning environment, they become part of a unique student experience, driven by the School’s values: Audacity, Openness, Creativity, Humility and Freedom!

Students with disabilities

Rennes SB is committed to fighting against all forms of discrimination and inequality, in order to ensure that all of our students are given equal opportunities to succeed.
To meet this objective, we have put in place specific measures to welcome and support students with disabilities.

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