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Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Career opportunities

The University of Luxembourg’s Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will give you the right tools to take your career further. 

Networking opportunities 

Opportunities for students to network with recruiting companies are numerous: 

  • master thesis is written in partnership with a company. this includes regular meeting and collaboration with its team. 
  • 'internal' networking opportunities: our students attend a wide range of events, from industry seminars to companies visits and conferences throughout the year.
  • 'external' networking: Luxembourg is a great place to network and we encourage our students to attend the numerous networking events organised by institutions or business players
  • university and faculty services: the University of Luxembourg offers full service career centre and the Faculty has numerous business partners keen on hiring our graduates.
  • MIT SCALE network/alumni: as members of MIT SCALE network, our students can access the MIT SCALE alumni network, their resources and events.

Keep in mind that more than 80% of the MIT SCALE graduates have a job at graduation time

Which career opportunities?

Our Master programme will teach you important problem solving and change leadership skills. It prepares you for the operational and strategic role that logistics and supply chain management play in modern companies. Become a supply chain champion, ready to confront the challenges of a changing business world through a global approach and analysis of supply chain problems.

Supply chain management is the backbone of many companies. Our programme will open the door to a wealth of employment opportunities, such as manager of logistics, consultant, supply chain analyst, product manager, operations manager, purchasing specialist. 

Read our employment reports 2021/22 below:




Companies that recruited & partnered with the LCL

They represent the following sectors: transportation & logistics, biotech & pharmaceuticals, energy, food & beverage, higher education, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications.

Students can also take advantage of Luxembourg’s vibrant labour market upon graduation. Logistics is a key economic development sector for the government. This further fuels the growing need for logistics professionals and supply chain managers.














Transportation Impact




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