Study Module in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility
Interested in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility on MSc level?
The principle of first come, first serve is applicable, and there is only 30 seats available annually within the module. The 30 first eligible students to sign up (20 to the Cooperation quota and 10 through the Open University quota) will be offered the possibility to complete a predetermined selection of courses within Logistics and CR at Hanken, during the two following academic years. If one of the quotas is not filled when the registration ends, the empty seats can be moved to the other quota.
Eligible students must have attained at least 10 ECTS of relevant studies (university level) before the registration for the module has ended.
Eligible students can register to the module and its courses by filling in an electronic form and by belonging to one of the following quotas:
|Cooperation Quota||Cooperation quota, 20 seats: you need to be registered as present at a Finnish university, or a Finnish university of applied sciences, and need to be so during the completion of the studies. Certificate of enrollment and transcript of records is demanded when registering to the module and the transcript of records is needed to prove the 10 ECTS of relevant studies.|
|Open University Quota||Open University quota, 10 seats: you will be registered as a Open university student. This quota is open for ANYONE who has ever attained at least 10 ECTS of relevant studies. Transcript of records is needed to prove the 10 ECTS relevant studies.The whole module, for two years, is offered for a reduced price of 390 euros (one-off payment). The payment is done upon or shortly after registration.|
Once you have been accepted to the module as a student, you can choose from a wide variety of Hanken's courses from supply chain management and social responsibility on MSc level. You can take part in up to 45 ECTS worth of the pre-defined courses per academic year at a maximum. Note that you can only sign up to the courses defined as courses belonging to the study module (thus, you cannot, as an example, study French at Hanken by signing up to the study module, since French classes are not defined as courses within the module). There may be more courses offered than 45 ECTS per year.
The 30 first eligible students to sign up through the electronic form will gain access to the courses.
The following courses within Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility are offered within the module during the academic year 2020-2021 in English:
Mandatory for admission (30 cr out of demanded 40 cr):
- 38013 Supply Chain Management, 5 cr, P1
- 38018 Supply Chain Risk & Resilience, 5 cr, P1
- 38015 Supply Chain Strategy for Sustainability, 5 cr, P2
- 38020-1 Humanitarian Logistics: Part 1 (MOOC), 2 cr, P2
- 38020-2 Humanitarian Logistics: Part 2 (prerequisite: part 1 MOOC), 3 cr, P2
- 38019 Project Course in CSR & Humanitarian Logistics, 10 cr, P3-4
Electives for admission (10 cr, to complete 40 cr):
- 38024-E Organising for the Sustainable Development Goals, 2 cr, P1
- 38014 Emerging Issues in SCM&SR, 5 cr, P4
- 38000 Courses from the CR Module, 0-10 cr, P1-4
- 38009 Voluntary Work, 5 cr, P1-4, S1-2
- 38215 - 38218 Advanced Internship I and/or II (in Swedish or English), 5cr or 10 cr, P1-4, S1-2
You are allowed to sign up to courses adding up to a maximum of 45 ECTS per academic year, even though the actual amount of ECTS offered might be higher. You gain the right to participate in the courses during the first two academic years after you have signed up as one of the 30 first eligible students. You are not allowed to re-take courses. For more detailed information about the courses' contents visit Hanken's WebOodi, Study Handbooks.
P1, P2, P3 or P4 = Period 1, 2, 3, or 4, where period 1 is during the beginning of the fall semester and period 4 in late spring semester
S1 and S2 = Hanken's summer semesters, teaching during the summer
The application period for the study module in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility on MSc level starts during the spring of 2020. The electronic form will be available on this site.
You will need to enclose a scanned copy of your official stamped transcript of records in order to prove that you have attained the demanded 10 ECTS of relevant studies (university level). The scanned copies cannot be older than 3 months, and the original needs to be issued by the university (which means that you cannot print out one yourself). The registration ends when 30 eligible students have signed up to the study module or when the predetermined registration time ends.
If you wish to gain access to the study module through the "cooperation studies quota" you need to prove that you are registered as present at a university or university of applied sciences for the whole academic year: also enclose a scanned copy of your stamped certificate of enrollment. The scanned copies cannot be older than 3 months.
SITUATION MAY 2020: due to universities being closed at the moment, and transcript of records & certificates of enrolment might not be issued at the moment, please be sure to register to the module and attach at least a screenshot of the demanded information. Hanken will try verify your 10 ECTS of relevant studies and/or enrolment as soon as possible.
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The 10 best applicants who fulfill all of the criteria (below) will be offered admission to study either Humanitarian Logistics in English or Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility in Swedish on MSc level at Hanken. The ranking is based on the applicant's grades attained from the study module's courses.
Admission criteria, all applicants need to fulfill the following and will be ranked based on the applicant's grades in the module's courses:
- have signed up as one of the 30 eligible students to the official study module through its Open University or Cooperation quota, and been granted the right to complete the courses through the study module*
- attained at least 40 ECTS of the study module's courses, including the courses defined as mandatory for admission (these courses might change during the years - Hanken will take these changes into account when the applicant applies for admission)
- these 40 ECTS need to be completed within two academic years (all courses need to be completed and registered on the applicant's transcript before the application time ends in the spring),
- attained at least good as a GPA from the courses/40 ECTS (at least 70 out of 100/3 out of 5 on Hanken's scale),
- have completed the 40 ECTS/all courses needed for admission with tuition in English with at least the grade 70/good in all courses (or proven your English language skills in any of the other accepted ways),
- attained at least a BSc degree from a recognised university, or university of applied sciences before the actual degree studies at Hanken can start (last possible graduation date is thus 31 July that same year),
- sent in the application before the application deadline.
If the applicant has not been able to complete 40 ECTS within two academic years (or if the courses have not been registered on their transcript before the deadline) with a GPA of at least good, the applicant cannot sign up to another two-year period, and try to attain the missing courses, or re-take courses in order to gain higher grades. It is not possible to try to apply for admission based on courses completed during a second two-year period. Admission can only be granted based on studies attained during the applicant's first two-year period. The application period is always in the spring, and the first application period for this admission will be held in the spring of 2021 for students who registered for the module in the spring of 2020 or earlier. Students who sign up to the module in the spring of 2020 can try to complete the demanded 40 ECTS by spring 2021 or 2022 at the latest.
*It is not possible to apply for admission without completing the demanded studies through the study module. As an example: one cannot sign up as an external student to the courses through the Open University portal and then complete a selection of courses on their own. This is to ensure that only a maximum of 10 eligible students will be admitted, and that these have attained the needed knowledge, defined by the academic staff, to be able to succeed in their studies.
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