Copenhagen Business School ranked among the best business schools for supply chain talent

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02/15/2016

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) continues to be recognized for its strength in supply chain management education in the latest SCM World University 100 ranking. CBS’s SCM program ranks 8th among business schools in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and tops the list in Northern Europe.

The ranking, which has been published last week, ranks the best business schools for supply chain talent worldwide. It is based on survey data collected from more than 2,000 supply chain professionals who were asked: “As a marker of supply chain talent, please select your top three universities.”

CBS’s excellent position in the SCM World University 100 ranking is the second success of its SCM master’s program in the last three months. The program was recently also ranked among the 10 best programs worldwide in the renowned 2015/2016 Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking, which is also based on a global survey.

“We are pleased to receive recognition from both SCM World and Eduniversal for our continued success with supply chain management education. Our excellent positions in these two rankings reflect our continuous efforts to match practice applicability with academic excellence”, says Professor Britta Gammelgaard who coordinates the MSc Supply Chain Management concentration at CBS.

For more information about the MSc Supply Chain Management concentration at CBS please visit http://www.cbs.dk/en/study/graduate/msc-in-economics-and-business-administration/global-business/supply-chain-management

To access the SCM World University ranking please visit http://talentlive.scmworld.com/top-100-universities/

To access the Eduniversal SCM/Logistics ranking please visit http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-supply-chain-and-logistics.html

For more information about the new ranking please visit http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinomarah/2016/02/12/michigan-state-is-king-of-supply-chain-talent/


 

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