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Applicants with background in Business, logistics, shipping, procurement, operations, retailing, marketing, project management, pharmacy and engineering. The specific admission requirements that applicants should possess in order to be considered for admission are;

Applicants  must have a first degree with a minimum second class lower division in logistics, procurement, operations and/ or supply chain management with relevant working experience or;
First degree with a minimum of second class lower division in any business related discipline or economics with relevant working experience in the areas of logistics, procurement, operations or supply chain or ;
First degree with a minimum second class lower division in any discipline and a chartered member of CIPS, CILT, IOM or ISCM with relevant working experience.
 Applicants with other suitable academic or professional qualifications combined with substantial relevant work experience may be considered.
Foreign Students should be able to proof proficiency in English by showing evidence that instruction during their tertiary education was in English.
 Foreign students who cannot show evidence of (e) above must show results of the IELTS exam with an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with 5.5 in all element.
Applicants must include a one page statement of purpose and one academic reference letter addressed to the admissions committee.
Applicants must pass a selection interview.

For further enquiries, please contact the programme coordinator;

MSc. Logistics and Supply Chain Programme Coordinator
Mr. Emmanuel Quansah
KNUST School of Business, Room TF 10
Tel:  +233(0)279851644