Is a fishery graduate eligible to study for pg diploma in supply chain management?

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XAVIAR X

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Yes, many countries accept applicants with fishery graduates to study for a PG diploma in supply chain management. UK and Canada are top nations for the same. 

Here are some explanations of why MSc Supply Chain Management is worth studying in the UK:

After earning the degree, you will have the most robust credentials to fill managerial posts.

Supply chain management job prospects in the UK are expected to soar in the following years due to COVID-19.

UK's Top Schools for MSc Supply Chain Management 

  1. The University of Manchester at #27
  2. The University of Leeds at #92
  3. The University of Warwick at #61
  4. The University of Southampton at #77
  5. Durham University at #82
  6. The University of Sheffield at #95
  7. The University of Nottingham at #103
  8. The University of Sussex at#226
  9. The University of Bath at #166
     

Professional supply chain and logistics managers are more in demand to oversee the efficiency and effectiveness of the sector due to the expanding need for competent logistics in the global market. To address this demand, Canadian colleges have created the unique discipline of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, enabling students to comprehend the complexity of the industry entirely. 
 
In the next five years, Canada is anticipated to have roughly 356,700 SCM job opportunities, making it a new desirable site for master's programs in the field. With a master's degree in this profession from Canada, international students can take on managerial or tactical responsibility in several areas. In addition, Canada is a desirable location for overseas students to study this degree because postgraduates in MSCM can find high-paying positions with an entry-level salary of up to USD 83,000 [INR 62 lakhs] per year.
 
Canada's Top Schools for MSc Supply Chain Management 

  1. York Schulin School of Business, York University
  2. HEC Montreal
  3. University of Windsor
  4. University of Manitoba
  5. Concordia University
  6. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
  7. Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta
  8. DeGroote School of Business, University in Hamilton
  9. Universite Laval

In Canada, candidates can pursue a specialized MS/MSc, MBA, or MiM degree in supply chain management. For overseas students, the curriculum typically costs between $23,000 and $47,000 (INR 17 lakhs and INR 35 lakhs) for one to two years.

So both countries are good. You can pursue this degree either in Us or Canada, and it will be all worth it. Hopefully, this answer helped you. 


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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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When considering a career pivot from fisheries to supply chain management through postgraduate studies, it's important to understand the educational prerequisites and how your current background can enrich your new field. A fishery graduate possesses unique insights into commodity sourcing, logistics, and sustainability—skills highly transferable to supply chain management.


Eligibility Criteria: Most postgraduate diplomas in supply chain management require a bachelor's degree from an accredited university. While a specific degree in business or economics might be common, universities increasingly value diverse educational backgrounds that bring new perspectives to business challenges. Thus, as a fishery graduate, you are typically eligible to apply, provided you meet the general admission criteria, which may include language proficiency and entrance exams like the GMAT or GRE.


Integrating Fisheries Expertise: Your understanding of sustainable practices and resource management in fisheries could position you as a valuable asset in supply chain roles focused on sustainability. Companies today are looking keenly at their supply chains under the lens of environmental impact, where your background could provide innovative solutions.


Actionable Steps:


Research: Look for programs that offer modules on sustainability and global supply chain management.

Preparation: Consider taking online courses in basic economics and management to build a stronger application.

Networking: Reach out to alumni from your desired programs to understand their experiences and insights.

This educational path is not just about changing tracks; it's about leveraging your unique background to add value in new, dynamic environments of global trade and logistics.

 


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