MSc in Procurement and Supply Chain Management




1 Year Full-Time / 2 Years Part-Time

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Full-Time / Part-Time


Dublin Main Campus / Limerick

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Develop the skills necessary for a successful career in Procurement and Supply Chain Management

The MSc in Procurement and Supply Chain Management has been specifically designed for both graduates seeking to enter industry and experienced professionals looking for career development opportunities

Why Study Procurement and Supply Chain Management at Griffith College?

Our MSc in Procurement and Supply Chain Management is available on a full-time basis over one year in Griffith College Limerick, and on a part-time, two-year period in Griffith College Dublin. It equips students with the specialist skills required for successful careers in the procurement and supply management fields across a broad range of industries.

  • Students will develop their knowledge and skills to understand the holistic view of a business.
  • Students will enhance their ability to research current trends and developments in procurement and supply management.
  • Winner of the 2019 Excellence in Education & Training award.
  • flexible study model gives students the option of either full-time or part-time study.
  • Lecturers with deep industry knowledge of both public and private sector procurement and supply chain management.

Intake Dates

We run two intakes for this course commencing in Spring and Autumn.

  • February*
  • September*

*subject to sufficient numbers

What our students say

Through my masters, I’ve gained not only knowledge to deal with the challenges of this specific area, but also how to manage one of the most talked-about topics currently, sustainability. I was fascinated by how simple actions and adaptations in business strategy can improve the way we treat our environment.

Nicolle Carvalho Ferreira
MSc in International Procurement and Supply Management

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