Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Double degree(s) and specialisation(s) :

MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Languages : English
Work-Study: possible
Campus : Paris or Rennes
Master of Science + Master "Grade de Master"/Level 7 RNCP 36680 Qualification

The Master in Logistics & Supply Chain Management provides future managers with the specialised knowledge, analytical, technical and managerial skills needed to thrive in the global supply chain & procurement industries. Students are prepared to develop and implement innovative, sustainable supply chain strategies, balancing strategy, service and cost parameters, while learning how to use data analytics to predict, plan, supervise and optimise logistics activities within a company. The programme prepares students for careers in all areas of logistics and purchasing, while learning how to have a positive societal impact through their future professional activity.

“Dive into the world of logistics and supply chain with the Master in Logistics & Supply Chain Management at Rennes School of Business!”


Highlights of the programme:

  • Learn to understand the challenges of supply chain operations 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 a company.
  • Discover technological and digital innovations in supply chain, thanks to the passionate researchers of the Green Digital & Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management research centre.


Programme certification

  • Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Diplôme Supérieur en logistique et gestion de la chaîne d’approvisionnement, RNCP36680 Level 7, certified by Rennes School of Business Group and the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, expiry date 31/08/2025.

Format & Campus

  • Full time: Rennes
  • Work-study: Rennes & Paris


  • 2-year (M1+M2) or 1 year (M2)

Double Degree with: MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • Supply Chain Analytics & Digitalisation
  • Research Methodologies in Supply Chain Management
  • Leadership & Collaborative Intelligence Seminar
  • Sustainable Supply Chain & Green Logistics
  • Global Supply Chain & International Trade
  • Strategic Sourcing & Contract Negotiation
  • Advanced Production Systems & Industry 4.0
  • Distribution & Transportation Management
  • Inventory Management & Warehousing
  • Supply Chain Risk & Disaster Management
  • Supply Chain Project Management

Methods used and evaluation

The pedagogy implemented 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, allowing for privileged interaction, both among peers and with professionals and teacher-researchers.

The programme is assessed through two main methods of validation:

  • Module assessment (continuous and final assessment): assessments are carried out throughout the course in the form of individual or group projects and end of semester examinations;
  • The Graduating Project: submission of a dissertation written under the supervision of an  academic tutor.

At the end of the course and after validation of all programme requirements, the certification is awarded to the participants. If certain modules have not been validated and therefore the credits have not been obtained, the student must take resit examinations to catch up on these credits during the periods provided for this purpose.

Graduation rate: degree/specialisations

  • Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Graduation rate: 77% ; Graduation interruption rate: 4% (NB : 2023-2024 data: students still have one year left to complete their programme)
  • MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Graduation rate: 93% ; Graduation interruption rate: 0%

Career opportunities

  • Buyer/Sourcing/Negotiation
  • Project Manager
  • Supply Chain Specialist
  • Demand Planner
  • Advanced Supply Chain Planning Analyst
  • Senior Buyer Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Development Manager
  • Distribution Planner

Professional integration according to targeted profession (Supply Chain Management)

Buyer; Project manager; Product manager; Supply Chain Specialist – Coordinator – Analyst; Business engineer; Consultant; Procurement and sales forecasting manager; Business analyst; Supply chain manager; Data science analyst.


Next intake

  • September 2024

Entry requirements

  • Master 1: 3-year Bachelor’s Degree
  • Master 2: 4-year Bachelor’s Degree or 3-year Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 1 year professional experience.

English proficiency

  • TOEIC score of 785, IELTS score of 6.0, TOEFL score of 80, Cambridge B2, or completion of the last two years of education in English.

Rennes School of Business is committed to fostering a non-discriminatory admission policy and actively promotes diversity of profiles.

Student life

The Rennes School of Business community is centred 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, Commitment 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.

Fees and scholarships

Under a work-study contract, the tuition fees are paid by the company.
It is possible to join this course in “work-study format”, with the student paying the tuition fees and doing a placement in the second semester.


  • 24-month format: €25,000 (1st year: €10,000 / 2nd year: €15,000)
  • 12-month format: €15,000

*subject to change

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