What will I learn? What will I do?

The study program is aimed at students with an already completed first-degree, or equivalent training, in the disciplines of logistics, economics, engineering, or information technology, and for those who are particularly interested in this topic can prove a special affinity for the topic and the desire for further Master-level practical training. The master program expands upon the Bachelor program Industrial Engineering & Management of Jacobs University. Here, it offers an immersion into the areas of supply chain and leadership from the base of intercultural competence.

Course Layout


Throughout all semesters you will discuss human resource management, project management, and questions about career planning in classes, workshops, and individual meetings. It is strongly recommended to complete a three month internship between semesters two and three. It gives you the opportunity to practice and increase your acquired knowledge and abilities.