Birmingham City University offers 25-29 month distance learning MSc course in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Students interested in a distance learning course that gives them the flexibility to plan their learning while continuing professional careers, may consider this program. Along with other distance program learnings offered, such as the distance learning course. MSc in International Project Management, help professionals working in related fields to gain academic options that complements their professional work. Because globalization has compounded the expansion of the marketplace internationally, this has created a demand for managers and workers in the field with abilities and knowledge managing the intricacies connected to the logistics of global supply chains. These global supply changes can include regulations, time, rules, customs, currency, exchange rates, and times. If you are looking for a course that contains a balanced amount of practical and work based problem solving learning skills, and online group collaboration consider applying for this course. As an alternative tradition to on-ground learning at the campus, this online program allows students to learn while in their professional fields.

Modules in this 25-29 month course of study include:

  • Human Resources
  • Strategic Planning for International Supply Chains
  • International Logistics Systems Management
  • Research Methods and Professional Development
  • International Project and Process Management
  • Developing Resource Capability
  • Global Distribution and Materials Management
  • and a Master’s Project.


Entry Requirements

 Entry into this program requires 3 A levels, and a typical offer is A*AA-AAB. Students who would like to enrol in this course are also required to have A Levels in Math, Computing, and a C Grade in GCSE. A B Grade in Mathematics is acceptable if no A Levels are offered. General studies are not accepted.

For international students additional requirements apply. Students outside of the EU must have an International Baccalaureate Diploma of 35 points. This must include six in HL Mathematics or computing. Students are also required to have a 5 in SL Mathematics, if HL is not offered. A 5 in SL English is mandatory. Standard English Language Requirements are mandatory.


Course Fees

Home and EU students – £585 / 15 credits
International students –  £585 / 15


Contact Information

Prospective Student Course Inquiry:

Phone: 44 (0)121 331 5595 (UK)

Phone: 44 (0)121 331 6714 (INTERNATIONAL)


To enrol for this course please apply through UCAS (see link under ‘IT Course providers’)