The Cranfield MSc - Executive (Modular) Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Full-time - Entry requirements & application

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Entry requirements & application

Our dedicated admissions team is here to help you achieve your professional goals and support you through the application process.

If you need any advice on completing your application, please contact:

Adrienne Bougourd
+44 (0) 1234 754517
"Thank you for all the help and assistance you have given through the application process, I was highly impressed with the personal service I received throughout the whole process..."

Entry requirements

We welcome applications from talented candidates of all backgrounds. We consider your qualifications and work experience on an individual basis. Usually candidates must:

1. Hold a relevant, recognised qualification, either:
• a 1st or 2nd class UK Honours Degree
(or equivalent Bachelors Degree)
• or a professional qualification and have logistics related work experience

We also welcome applications from candidates with extensive work experience but without formal qualifications.

*Please note: Having taken into consideration all your application details the Programme Director may still require you to undertake the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) and obtain a minimum score of 550 with analytical writing of 4.0. The GMAT programme code for the Executive MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is K2H-N3-60 P/T. For further information please visit the GMAT website:

2. Have a good standard of English.
If English is not your first language, you must take one of the following:

• Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) • a minimum score of 92 internet test, 237 computer test or 580 paper test is required. The ETS DI Code for TOEFL is 0822.

• International English Language Testing System (IELTS) – band 6.5 is required with a minimum score of 6 for writing.

• English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) – Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) - grade A - C or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) Grades A - C is required.

Programme fees

MSc Executive Logistics & Supply Chain Management, starting in February 2011

Annual basis
Year 1: £8,750 GBP
Year 2: £5,250 GBP
Thesis: £3,500 GBP
Programme total: £17,500 GBP

Modular basis
Year 1: £9,500 GBP (x5 £1,900)
Year 2: £5,700 GBP (x3 £1,900)
Thesis: £3,500 GBP
Programme total: £18,700 GBP

Students can either pay their fees at the start of each year or on a module by module basis. Those paying on a modular basis must make payment before the start of each module.

Application process

We do not have a formal deadline for the receipt of applications. However, to secure your place on the course and in accommodation, it is advisable to apply as early as possible as places are limited.

The Admissions team is here to help you with any questions regarding your application and support you through the process.

Once you have completed and submitted your application, our Registry Department will process your application as quickly as possible.

Application options

Apply Online
If you would like to apply online this option best suits your needs. Once you have registered, you can simply save your application form and return to complete it at a convenient time.

Download MSWord Document
If you would like to complete your application form on your computer, or you would like to save your form on disk and complete at another time.

Download PDF
To print an application form and complete by hand.

Request posted paper form
If you would like to complete you application form by hand, please email and request a printed (hard copy) application form.

Please send your completed application to:
Registry Department
Cranfield University
Cranfield, Bedford
England MK43 0AL
United Kingdom
Fax: +44 (0)1234 752462

We look forward to receiving your application and welcoming you to Cranfield.

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