Karin Stalenhoef_alumna Supply Chain Management

Career prospects Supply Chain Management

After graduation, you are ready for a career as a manager of, specialist in, or consultant on the various supply chain processes (production/ operations, purchasing, distribution, coordination/ integration). You may find a job in logistics, quality management, or purchasing management with manufacturing or service organizations in both the profit and nonprofit sector. 

Knowledge and skills

Companies today are developing global operational networks to meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities presented by economic globalization. Purchasing, production, and distribution activities are all taking place in various parts of the world. These companies need professionals with your expertise in the field of logistics and operations management. And the number of jobs in this field only increases. 

Recent placements include:

  • Supply Chain Management Trainee at Unilever
  • Junior Project Manager at Philips Healthcare
  • Master Production Scheduler at AkzoNobel
  • Supply Chain Coordinator at Royal FrieslandCampina
  • Logistics Supplier Manager at ASML Holding
  • Coordinator Operational Planning Customization at Adidas Group
  • Operations Management Trainee at Avery Dennison
  • Supply Chain Specialist at Bol.com
  • Supply Chain Finance at H.J. Heinz
  • Management Trainee at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
  • Junior Demand Planner at Nestlé
  • Logistics Coordinator at Samsung
  • Supply Chain Planner at BMW Group

Alumni facts

  • Average number of months until first paid job: 2.19
  • 96% found a job within 6 months after graduation
  • Gross monthly income one year after graduation: €3,271
  • 85% is (very) satisfied with the program

Source: National Alumni Survey, 2019 | n=27

After your master's

Your transition to the labor market
Working in the Netherlands after graduation

Interested in the MSc Supply Chain Management?

Check your eligibility and the deadlines for application