THE LOGISTICS INSTITUTE – ASIA PACIFIC DOUBLE MASTER PROGRAM IN LOGISTICS & SU PPLY CHAIN MANAG EME NT For Intake 2010 Drawing on the academic standing of NUS and GT, the Double Master Program (DMP) is tailored to train logistics professionals for strategic and management roles in their respective organizations. The DMP is taught by top academics from the Faculty of Engineering, Business School and School of Computing in NUS as well as the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at GT. It is supported strongly by the Singapore Economic Development Board and many key industry players. Logistics Industry: Gateway to a Rewarding & Challenging Career Singapore has presence of some 3,000 logistics and supply chain “The DMP has helped me to develop a management companies operating here breadth of knowledge and skills that are The world’s busiest port with largest container port and CBU transferable across industries and job transshipment hub roles. A well-run operations, regardless of 200 different shipping lines with daily sailings to every major port in the context, creates value for all companies.” world - Au Yong Haw San, Regional Strategic Process Manager, Maersk Logistics [Class 83 scheduled airlines with more than 4,000 flights per week of 2003] 20 out of the world’s top 25 3PLs have a substantial presence here The world’s top bunkering port “We are happy to have provided scholarships to students joining the DMP at Why the DMP? TLI-Asia Pacific. TLI-Asia pacific trains its students to become logistics professionals Induction into a high growth industry. who, upon graduation, contribute greatly to Opportunity to study in two top universities - NUS and GT the performance of the Stolt-Nielsen Earn two prestigious Master degree upon successful completion of Transportation Group. We look forward to program provide more scholarships for future Scholarship funding and monthly stipends available intakes.” - Joan Heng, Regional HR Manager (Asia Pacific), Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group Pte Ltd PROGRAM SCHEDULE Program NUS (Aug – Dec) GT (Jan – Jun) NUS (Jul – Dec) Full – Time Core / Electives Core / Electives Industrial / Research modules modules Project A Collaboration Between ADMISSION CRITERIA Admission into the program is on a competitive basis and strong academic qualifications are essential. Academic Qualification At least a Second Class Honors degree (Upper) or equivalent in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, Business Administration or any related discipline, preferably with a strong background in management science/ operation research. GRE All applicants must support their applications with scores in the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) taken after 1 March 2005. Minimum acceptable scores for consideration: Verbal section - 450, Quantitative section - 750 and Analytical Writing section - 4.0. TOEFL Applicants must have good results in Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) taken after 1 March 2007. Minimum scores for consideration: Paper-based Test: 550, Computer-based Test: 213 and Internet-based Test: 90. Graduates with first degrees from North American, British and Singapore Universities with English Language as the medium of instruction are exempted. Work Experience Relevant work experience (i.e. in the logistics field or related area of work) would be advantageous although not essential. FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS The 2010 Intake total program fees is S$45,000 (subject to 7% GST). For Singaporeans or Permanent Residents Students Sponsorship from WDA amounting to S$40,500 per student is eligible to Singaporean or Singaporean PR students and they will also receive S$1,000 as stipends for 17 months during the program duration. Successful students will need to sign a bond to serve in Singapore for 17 months after the completion of the program by working in the logistics or supply chain industry. For International Students Sponsorship from TLI-AP amounting up to S$20,000 per student is eligible to international students. Successful students will need to sign a bond to serve in Singapore for 3 years after the completion of the program by working in the logistics or supply chain industry. International students are advised to set aside some money for living expenses in Singapore and in the USA. ENQUIRES Interested applicants may download the necessary application forms from www.tliap.nus.edu.sg. For DMP enquiries, please contact DMP Program Administrator at email@example.com or (65) 6516-4284. Application closes on 31 March 2010.
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