The international field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a dynamic and in-demand industry. Do you have what it takes to succeed?
As businesses expand internationally, they need to become more organized and efficient. Stamford’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program gives students the opportunity to explore every sector of this industry and become a specialist in building effective management and driving the positive image of the companies that employ them.
Dual Degree Option
Bachelor of Business Administration
BA (Hons) International Logistics & Trade Finance
Students in the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program who want to further their knowledge of the world, while also boosting their employability, have the option to complete an additional year of study at the University of Northampton in the UK and obtain a second degree.
Site VisitsStudents will visit major multinational companies such as TG Cargo, Port Authorization of Thailand, Unilever Warehouse, Ichitan Manufacturing, SCG Logistics, T.S. Molymer OEM, Honda Automobile, DHL, Healthfoods Cooperation, and more. Site visits help in developing students’ knowledge and understanding of the application of theoretical principles in real work environments. They also allow students to meet industry experts and build connections.
InternshipStudents gain experience by going on internships. Successful internships have been completed at a variety of places including the SCG Group, Thai Cargo, Damco International, PTT Public Company Limited, KMTC (Thailand) Co. Ltd., Lotte, Chiangmai Airport Customs, FedEx Express, Yusen Logistics, Tips Co. Ltd.
Why Study Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Stamford?
Learn and experience every aspect of the storage and movement of materials, finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption and work-in-process inventories.
Students will gain working knowledge both from site visits and guest speakers thanks to industry partnerships with professional organizations,
Thailand is the logistics hub of South-East Asia.
Students learn directly from industry experts and gain insights on company objectives and needs.
In 2016 students from the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program were paid higher than the market average and were 100% employed*.
*Market Average Salary 2016 from Bank of Thailand
You will learn and develop skills in:
Retail and Distribution Logistics
Management of Land, Air, and Sea Freight Transport
Regulation for Import and Export
International Trade Terms
Warehousing Layout and Inventory Control
Logistics Director and Logistics Manager
Third Party Logistics Sale Manager, CS Manager, Operation Manager
Supply Chain Director and Supply Chain Manager
Warehouse Manager / Inventory Manager
Purchasing and Sourcing Manager
Retail and Category Manager
Freight Forwarder in Air and Sea Shipment
Business Development Manager
Factory / Manufacturer Manager
Duration & Price
Start date: 3 intakes per year: March, July, November
Duration: 3.5 years
Price: 18,697 USD (approximate total program fee)
Locations: Thailand – Bangkok