Bordeaux, France

Supply Chain Design & Management

when 6 June 2022 - 17 June 2022
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 8 EC
fee EUR 1000

Two Innovative Business Courses

Course leader

Course 1 (june 6-10) : Design of the Supply Chain This course examines how to take a global approach and build a Supply Chain architecture best-adapted to its applied network.
Course 2 (june 13-17): Management of the Supply Chain This course studies how

Target group

Eligible participants: Highly motivated and open-minded Bachelor or Master level students in good academic standing with a sufficient level of English.
8 ECTS, 52 hours

Course aim

Design of the Supply Chain
This 24-hour course, delivered by professors of Kedge Business School’s top-ranked MSc in Global Supply Chain program (ISLI), will focus on the critical importance of an appropriate and well-adapted Supply Chain design and strategy in order to generate value and drive competitiveness in today’s global business environment. The course discusses current business challenges and strategies affecting supply chain design and it examines the impact of strategic decisions related to the development of Supply chain network resources. Capacity planning issues, distribution in the retail challenges, multinational business factors and maritime shipping requirements are also studied. This course will take a closer look at all these issues, using case studies and simulation games.

Management of the Supply Chain
This 24-hour course, delivered by professors of Kedge Business School’s top-ranked MSc in Global Supply Chain program (ISLI), will focus on the fundamental need for efficient management within global supply chains. More specifically, the course will examine the effective management of supply, production, distribution, and sales activities in order to develop a sustainable competitive advantage. It studies material flow management concepts and the management of transactional, forecasting, and planning information. The approach considered is based on the description of world-class supply chain planning and control strategies and on the presentation of the best of class methods in demand forecasting, production planning, inventory control, and sustainable development. This course will take a closer look at all these issues, using case studies and simulation games.

Credits info

8 EC
52h = 8 ECTS
Flexible format : Students can follow one or both courses, earning up to 8 transferrable ECTS (4 ECTS per 1 week course), documented by both official transcripts and a Certificate of Completion.


For any information, please contact Carla Godoy, international Project Coordinator at Kedge Business School, short-terms-bordeaux@kedgebs.com , Tel. +33 (0)5 56 84 63 39

Fee info

EUR 1000: 1000 € for 4 ECTS (1 module) / 10% of discount for 8 ECTS or more - No tuition for applicants nominated by qualifying academic partners