Career prospects


A job as … an international supply chain manager, a supply consultant, a logistics manager ...


A Master's degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Transport & Supply Chain Management can prepare you for a career as the supply chain manager of an international organization, where you will be responsible for managing the international flow of goods from suppliers to customers. Alternatively you might enter the world of consultancy as a consultant in the supply chain management practice of a large firm. Some graduates choose an academic career and become PhD researchers in the field of supply chain management. Others may opt for the government sector and enter the domain of policy-making at a national or regional level.

Regardless of your eventual career choice, your Master's specialization in Transport & Supply Chain Management will teach you to carefully consider the balance between people, planet and profits.

We asked a few of our (ex-)students for their opinion with regard to job opportunities in the logistics field. The first interview below is in English. The second and third are only available in Dutch.

Where our graduates work and what they do...


Our graduates have jobs as...

Supply Chain Manager, Business Consultant, Project Manager, Buying Manager, ERP Consultant, Logistics SC Consultant, Operational Portfolio Manager, Distribution Manager, Transport Coordinator, Global Procurement Business Analyst, Test Engineer, Operations Manager, Brand Executive, Supply Chain Management Trainee, Consumer Goods Professional, Chairman, PhD Candidate, Researcher

At companies such as...

Ernst & Young, G-Star, IBM, ING, Cisco Systems, TNO, SAP Nederland B.V., TNT, DHL Excel Supply Chain, Philips, Delta Lloyd, Corus, Volkswagen Pon, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, KLM, Capgemini, Canon Europe, Stork Fokker, Getronics