UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AT SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA
SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS EDUCATION AT THE AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Established in 1949, University of Mew South Wales (UNSW) has expanded rapidly and now has over 50,000 students, including more than 14,000 international students from over 130 different countries. The University offers more than 300 undergraduate and 600 postgraduate programs, and has developed an extensive network of alumni chapters throughout Asia. UNSW is a founding member of the prestigious Group of Eight research intensive universities in Australia and a member of the Universitas 21 international consortium.
UNSW has a broad disciplinary base, with Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences; Built Environment; Engineering; Law; Medicine and Science, as well as the College of Fine Arts, UNSW@ADFA and the Australian School of Business.
The Australian School of Business (ASB) at UNSW is one of Australia’s leading business schools and is a powerhouse of business education and research in the Asia Pacific region. ASB has a range of programs for undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as research training across nine disciplines including accounting, actuarial studies, business law, economics, marketing, information systems, organization and management, strategy and entrepreneurship and taxation. Also offered is the number 1 ranked AGSM MBA and AGSM Executive Programs.
The School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is one of 10 Schools within the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW. With over 1200 students and 70 staff the School is one of the largest of its kind in the country. Due to its size, the School comprises a wide range of disciplines, including Naval Architecture.
- Bachelor of Engineering in Naval Architecture: The naval architecture undergraduate degree plan shares its first two years with the other four in the School and no choice is required until third year. The Faculty flexible first year entry allows even more choice of program during the first two semesters. Final year features a concentration on the design of yachts and high-speed craft, two areas in which Australia is doing well, as well as the student's own design project. Many combined degrees are available too, as are postgraduate coursework and research degrees.
- Master of Commerce (MCom) with Supply Chain and Logistics Specialization: The Master of Commerce has a long and distinguished history of providing high quality, relevant education to graduates who are looking to further develop and broaden their skills and knowledge in business. The Supply Chain and Logistics specialization provides both theoretical and practical guidance on the management of supply chain and logistics functions in increasingly globalised business organizations. It introduces students to the knowledge and tools required to understand and manage logistics and supply chain processes which involve sourcing, producing, storing and transporting goods within and between organizations.
- This specialization ensures students are equipped with skills and knowledge suitable for a wide range of careers in all industries involving logistics and supply chain functions. Examples include mining and energy, transport and logistics, manufacturing and retail industries. This specialization is also designed to prepare students for a career in business process management.