In the first semester, you will have courses in: Manufacturing Systems and Philosophies, Modularization and platform design, Advanced quality management, Operations Management Methods, as well as a course specific to your choice of specialisation. You can choose to specialise in either Production Technology or Global Supply Chain Development.

The second semester will comprise of: Information Technology and Support Technologies, Sustainability, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies, a project, as well as a course specific to yourchoice of specialization.

In the third semester of the programme, you will take courses on Knowledge Management for Engineers and From Innovation to operation. The rest of the courses is dedicated to your choice of specialization and electives. The fourth semester is for your thesis.

Production Technology
If you choose to specialise in production technology, you will gain a deep knowledge of automation, and can be responsible for the implementation and running of automated processes, for example.

You will learn how production facilities can be relocated to other parts of the country or the world, and you can plan, organise, and implement any given production in the most efficient way.

Global Supply Chain Development
By specialising in Global Supply Chain Development, you will be qualified to lead and carry out complex supply chain development processes from start to finish. You will be a specialist in designing targeted supply chain solutions that get the best out of the global conditions under which the company operates. At the same time, you will also be able to combine new technologies with the right people in order to optimise both production and flexibility.

Career Opportunities
Your career opportunities will depend on which educational direction you choose. If you choose Production Technology, you will typically be employed in a business’s production engineering departments. If you choose Global Supply Chain Development, you will typically find employment within supplies, sourcing, or distribution.

With a MSc in Engineering - Operations Management, you will also be able to start your own business.

You will need a Bachelor’s degree in Global Management and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering and Management. Applicants with similar degrees will be considered if their academic qualifications correspond with the competencies of those mentioned above.
In addition, documentation may be required to verify your English proficiency.

Program taught in:
  • English

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