Issues and challenges in Supply Chain Management is the second week of the Summer School in Global Supply Chain Management.
Issues and challenges in Supply Chain Management Summer School aims to deepen some of the most relevant trends that are affecting the supply chain management at a global level and therefore is also aimed at students who already have a set of basic knowledge.
These topics will be explored further during the Level I Master in Management and Technology - Major in Global Supply Chain.
The Summer School is aimed at recent graduates — or those graduating soon — with a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree who are interested in developing competencies in the industry.
- Blockchain in Supply Chain Management
- Aritifical intellingence and digitalization
- Green Supply Chain and circular economy
- Business Analytics in Supply Chain
- Supply Chain Risk Management
1.3.1 Schedule and Delivery
Lessons will be held from Monday to Friday from 9:30 to 17:30. For more information on, contact us by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Except for legal provisions or regulations that prevent attending classes on-site, for which the School reserves the right to change the delivery method, classes will be held at the stated and scheduled locations.
Tuition and Funding
Tuition includes materials and access to all Luiss Business School facilities, but does not include accommodation.
Fee waivers are available for participation in more than one week.
For participants enrolling in the Master in Management and Technology a.y. 2021-2022, the cost of the single week, will be deducted from the cost of the Master programme. Futher deductions and facilities are granted to those attending two or three Summer School weeks.
How to apply
ECTS and Certificate of Participation
The Summer School Issues and challenges in Supply Chain Management provides students with 4 ECTS - European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.
At the end of the programme a certificate of participation will be issued to those who have attended at least 80% of the didactic activities included in the programme.