SCALE CENTERS: Latin America

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Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI) logoCenter for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI)

In 2008, the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and the logistics education and GS1 firm LOGYCA, signed a multi-year agreement to create the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI) as part of the MIT Global SCALE Network of supply chain research centers. Through this partnership, the MIT Global SCALE Network has developed a vibrant academic and research network throughout Latin America.

Learn more about the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation

   
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Location:

 Bogota, Colombia


Founded: 2008


Certificate Awarded:

GCLOG Application

gclog@mit.edu

Apply GCLOG

Application Deadlines

  • Round I: Nov 15
  • Round II: Feb 1 (Extended until February 14th)
  • Round III: Apr 1

Progam Cost
 
$7950 (US): Tuition for GCLOG 2018*
 

*Students are responsible for Travel & Living Expenses.

*Financial Aid: Referential Tuition & Partial Tuition Waivers


Academic Partners: 

Academic Partners

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Contact Info:

Dr. Josué C. Velázquez Martínez (josuevm@mit.edu)

Director, SCALE Latin America



Isabel Agudelo (iagudelo@logyca.org)

Director, Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation


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Education

MIT Global SCALE Latin America logoAs part of the educational agenda for the SCALE network for Latin America, we offer the MIT Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GCLOG). The GCLOG is an elite academic program from the SCALE network geared towards outstanding graduate students from Latin America. As a certificate, the GCLOG is a perfect educational complement for those students currently pursuing a master program in their home Latin American universities. The GCLOG is taught at the MIT campus, by instructors from the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL), who are considered the world's foremost thinkers in the field of Supply Chain Management and related fields. The GCLOG carries with it the prestige of MIT with a proven record in supply chain management and logistics. We are convinced that if admitted, the participants will have a life-changing experience in our program. For more information visit our website http://gclog.mit.edu


Research

CLI currently has twelve full-time research staff in Colombia. The center also supports a number of research affiliates, who are faculty members at various institutions in the region. CLI researchers have engaged in dozens of applied research projects and are regularly contributing to international conferences.

The government of Colombia has officially recognized CLI as a Center of Technology Development in the area of logistics and supply chain management, giving it access to special funding sources as well as tax benefits for corporate partners.


Corporate Partners

An integral part of CLI activities in the region includes collaboration with corporate partners. To date, CLI has 13 corporate strategic partners. Most of these enterprises are headquartered in Colombia, but operate in four or five countries in the region. They include:  

 

 

 
Orbit Team grupo-exito carvajal
nutresa corona seguros bolivar unilever
suppla columbina Alpina Argos
  logic  
 


Cambridge, USA

Latin America

Luxembourg

Shah Alam, Malaysia 

Ningbo, China

Zaragoza, Spain