The Curriculum

Global Oriented Curriculum

Students in GLOBAL SCLM own the privilege to study three semesters at three top business schools, each of which is positioned in the major economic, cultural and logistic hub of Asia, Canada and Europe respectively. GLOBAL SCLM bring together the expertise of each school, to offer tailored courses with focus on the regional and global business environment, combined with projects, case studies and complementary study trips. This equips students with distinctive business expertise, in-depth understanding of the nuances of doing business in various global settings, and the desire of being a change agent in our world.
 

Program Structure:

 
5th semester: Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Supply Chain Risk Management
Operations and Logistic Management
Elective Courses
Case Competition sponsored by a top logistic company.
Study Trips to Kuhne Logistics University, Port of Hamburg, Airbus, etc.
6th semester: University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business, Vancouver, Canada
Statistics
Organizational Behaviour
Descriptive/Predictive Supply Chain and Logistic Management
Analytical Policy Analysis
Elective Courses
Study Trips to Seaspan, YVR and London Drugs
7th semester: Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China
Corporate Finance
Industrial Organizational Analysis
Business Ethics and CSR
Current and Regional Issues in Supply Chain and Logistic Management
Elective Courses
Study Trips to Tencent, Foxconn, Yantian International Container Terminals, etc.