With the global disruption of COVID-19, expertise in logistics and supply chain has never been more valuable.
"The challenges facing distribution, production, manufacturing are very high indeed on the agendas of many governments," says Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies.
"By completing a Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, no matter where you've come from in the world, employment opportunities will abound."
See how studying logistics and supply chain at the University of Sydney Business School can set you apart.
By studying a postgraduate degree in logistics and supply chain management at the University of Sydney, you will set yourself up for a successful and rewarding career. We are ranked #1 in Australia and #14 in the world for transportation science and technology.
Graduates are in high demand across many industries, including courier and transport, shipping, aviation, freight, manufacturing, import/export, and retail warehousing and distribution.
Career opportunities within this dynamic field include:
With an average income of over $164,000 forecast for supply chain and logistics workers with a postgraduate qualification in 2021-22, you will benefit financially from the educational investment.
As a business student, you will also have access to specialised career services through the Careers and Employability Office, who are committed to helping you achieve your career aspirations.
Our Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) has exceptionally strong links with industry in transport, logistics, supply chain management, aviation and maritime.
ITLS is also recognised as a key centre for excellence in transport and logistics research and education by the Australian Government.
Where will a course in transport and logistics take you?
By studying a postgraduate degree in logistics and supply chain management, you will be joining one of the world’s fastest growing areas of business.
The forecast annual growth of logistics and supply chain between 2016-17 and 2021-22 is forecast to rise by 2.1% (compared to 1.5% p.a. for overall Australian workforce).
The strength of our logistics and supply chain management course is due to the quality of our teaching staff who are experts in their field.
From advising government and industry on managing sustainable supply chains, to investigating health, environmental and safety impacts of public transport, you will learn from industry leaders.
You can choose a degree with a focus on logistics and supply chain management, or undertake a Global Logistics specialisation within the Master of Commerce:
Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) are offered for our postgraduate programs. A CSP means that the Australian Government subsidises your course fees and you pay the remaining amount – a student contribution.
You must be a domestic student to be eligible, i.e. an Australian or New Zealand citizen, a permanent resident of Australia or an Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder.
While allocation of CSPs to applicants is competitive as they are limited in number, you don't need to make a separate application - you will automatically be considered based on merit.