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Hello everyone,
It would really mean a lot to me if someone shared their opinions on two MSc in Supply Chain programs in Europe
1. Kedge Business School - MSc (France )
2. Maastricht University (Netherlands)

I want to know more about Maastricht University as I could not find much information about it.

Please let me know how France and Netherlands are for Supply Chain aspirants.

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New post 29 Jan 2018, 12:34
Hey Marut,

KEDGE is a pretty good college, and comes in the Top 50 FT Rankings. It’s also one of the oldest institutions around, and its MBA programs are prestigious as well.
In fact, I have heard pretty good reviews of KEDGE’s SCM program.

Maastrict University is also a very good college and also comes in the Top 50 FT Rankings. It’s arguably the best college in Netherlands.
After the MSc in Supply Chain programs from both the colleges, you will mostly enter the consulting industry or be exposed to operational level role, so it’s very important to know the local language to get more job opportunities.

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New post 29 Jan 2018, 19:33
Hello Abhyank,
Thank you for the information.
I got similar responses elsewhere stating the importance of learning a foreign language if I want to succeed in SCM field. Now, this language thing is the tricky part because there's only so much you can learn in 1 to 1.5 years when you already have the MS coursework and projects et cetera. If most jobs need a higher proficiency in the local language which is not attainable realistically in such a short time, then it is going to be a problem for me. In addition to this, Visa regulations in Europe are complicated as well.
Could you please advise or help with some success stories.

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New post 15 Feb 2018, 07:15
Hey marut,

Languages can be learnt in 1-1.5 years. You just need to have good resources, and a drive to learn. Networking surely is an essential part of getting exposed to jobs. So just make sure that you are prepared, and after attending a few networking events, you’ll find good options to pursue.
A fluent level of language proficiency also isn’t necessary. Merely, an advanced level would help you interact with others, and help you in your job search.
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New post 01 Mar 2018, 14:47
Abhyank wrote:
Hey Marut,

KEDGE is a pretty good college, and comes in the Top 50 FT Rankings. It’s also one of the oldest institutions around, and its MBA programs are prestigious as well.
In fact, I have heard pretty good reviews of KEDGE’s SCM program.

Maastrict University is also a very good college and also comes in the Top 50 FT Rankings. It’s arguably the best college in Netherlands.
After the MSc in Supply Chain programs from both the colleges, you will mostly enter the consulting industry or be exposed to operational level role, so it’s very important to know the local language to get more job opportunities.

You can take up our free profile evaluation test to see if you have a good shot at getting admission to both these programs:
Click on this link to start the profile evaluation: https://mim-essay.typeform.com/to/tSey1j#01


Just a side-note: I am Dutch and in my opinion and experience, Erasmus University Rotterdam is arguably significantly better than Maastricht. Just my 2c!
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