Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management Program
Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management Program (GSCLM) is a tripartite program of Copenhagen Business School, The University of British Columbia and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. Each year each institution will select student participants to form the GSCLM program cohort for that given year. As part of the GSCLM program of study, these participants will study one semester at each of the cooperating institutions in a prescribed order. Each institution will offer two courses that are specific to the GSCLM curriculum and will hold program-related activities for the visiting cohort. This program is initiated in 2015 and now 4 batch of cohorts are successfully formed.
Global Business Studies
Number of Participants:
Each cooperating institution will select a maximum of 15 participants.
Participants will have a 90 TOEFL IBT or better, or an IELTS score of 7 or above, or a demonstrated equivalent mastery of English upon admission to GSCLM. This requirement is waived for a student whose native language is English or who has graduated from or is attending a degree program taught in English, as certified by a written confirmation from the home institution.
Students will be scored 80% of the cumulative GPA and 20% of the interview score.
A good academic record, normally a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
A good disciplinary record
Application normally opens in May when first year students declare majors. After the school screening of all the applications, potential candidates will be interviewed for the program. Results are scheduled to be released in July. For further information and detailed instructions, please pay attention to the school website.
At each institution, participants will take two cohort specific full courses that cover topics common to the degree requirements of each school and two electives provided by host institution. Please consult the GSCLM study scheme for details.
Each cooperating institution may develop a schedule of activities for the cohort. Such activities may include study trips, company visits, lectures, and other activities. In 2017 and 2018, students visited Yantian International Container Terminals, BYD Company limited, Foxconn, and Li & Fung HK Headquarter, and had lectures in The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Each host institution will assist students in securing appropriate housing for the period of their study at the host institution. Participants are responsible for all costs of accommodation while studying at host universities.
● Students will be personally responsible for:
● All travel expenses
● Compulsory insurance, including medical, repatriation of rests and travel insurance. Health insurance program with comprehensive coverage in the host country for the duration of the academic period in which the student will be involved
● Accommodation and living expenses
● All costs associated with applying for and obtaining appropriate visas and travel documentation
● Non-compulsory additional fees
● Textbooks and other course materials
● All other debts incurred during the course of their stay