Supply Chain Management

77 Massachusetts Avenue
Building E40-359
Cambridge
MA
02139

Phone: 

617-324-6564

Email: 

Application Opens: 

September 15

Deadline: 

November 15
February 1
April 1

Fee: 

$75.00

Terms of Enrollment: 

Fall Term (September)

Degrees: 

Master of Engineering in Logistics (MEng)

Standardized Tests: 

Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

  • GRE or GMAT score required
  • Institute code: 3514
  • Department code: 4313

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)

  • GMAT or GRE score required
  • Department code: X5X-DS-95

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

  • Minimum score required: 7
  • Electronic scores send to: MIT Graduate Admissions

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

  • Minimum score required: 100 (iBT) 600 (PBT)
  • Institute code: 3514
  • Department code: 99

Waiver of TOEFL/IELTS may be available.

Areas of Research: 

Not Applicable

Application Requirements: 

Online application
Statement of objectives
Three letters of recommendation
Transcripts
English proficiency exam scores
GRE or GMAT scores
CV or Resume
Video Statement

Special Instructions: 

The program is part of the MIT SCALE Global Network which includes the following locations:

  • MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in Cambridge MA, USA
  • Zaragoza Logistics Center, in Zaragoza, Spain
  • Malaysia Institute For Supply Chain Innovation, in Shah Alam, Malaysia
  • Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute China, in Ningbo, China
  • Luxembourg Centre for Logistics, in Luxembourg

As part of your application we need to hear from you in person. You will need webcam capability to complete your application. Please record a video statement (5 minute time limit) answering the following questions:

  1. Why do you want to get a Master's degree in supply chain management?
  2. What previous supply chain training or work experience do you have?
  3. Describe the perfect job that you would like to get after you have completed the supply chain Master's program.
  4. What global supply chain problem do you find the most interesting and why?