By doing masters in logistics and supply chain management have good career in Australia?

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Gautam Kumar

Gautam Kumar

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It's easy if you have some experience in the field. People will not hire someone just because they have a master's degree in the supply chain. People strive for experience in this profession. If you can work part-time at a company relevant to the supply chain, you will have a better chance of being hired internally when you graduate. Alternatively, if you complete it at a university with an industry connection, you will be able to network with supply chain professionals, who may be able to provide you with a reference. Keep in mind that a master's degree in the supply chain will not get you a PR, so you'll need to look into that as well. Eligibility for the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Bachelor's degree or its equivalent from a recognized institute in a relevant field of study A minimum GPA of 3.0 to 3.5 on a 4.0 scale is necessary, or an equivalent of 65 percent in bachelor's degrees. A few universities need a minimum of 2-4 years of work experience. In Australia, a Master's in Supply Chain Management is an internationally recognized degree that is available as an MBA in Supply Chain Management, a Masters in Supply Chain Management, or a Masters of Commerce with a focus in Supply Chain Management. The duration of the Master of Supply Chain Management program in Australian universities ranges from 1 to 2 years.


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