MIT-SCALE brings students, researchers, and companies together to solve supply chain problems

Supply Chain Education and Research on a Global Scale

The MIT Global SCALE Network is an international alliance of leading research and education centers dedicated to supply chain and logistics excellence through innovation.
SCALE Supply Chain Research Expo


The Global SCALE Network allows faculty, researchers, students, and partner companies from our six Centers of Excellence enters to pool their expertise and collaborate on research projects that will create supply chain and logistics innovations with global, real-world applications, and help companies worldwide to compete in an increasingly complex business environment. 

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With six learning hubs on four continents teaching a common MIT SCALE supply chain management master's curriculum, our global network unites bold thinkers from industry and academia to pool their knowledge and learn from one another. Immersed in this rich environment, our students graduate as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace.

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Our international alliance of centers is uniquely positioned to deliver the knowledge companies need to transform their supply chains from business function to competitive advantage. Organizations that partner with us gain access to unrivaled expertise, world-leading research, and a singular forum for knowledge exchange, while our centers and students benefit from rich industry engagement.

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Live Webinar: GSCM Program (Spain, Malaysia, Cambridge)


Join this online meeting conducted in English by ZLC and MISI staff to learn more about the 3-continent Global Supply Chain Management program. Get answers to your questions about admissions requirements, program structure, scholarships, and more. Register free at docsity.


NSCIIC Exec Ed: Digital Supply Chain Transformation-Operational and Organizational Challenges

Ningbo, China

Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz, Research Scientist at MIT's Center for Transportation and Logistics, will present this course focusing on how technology, processes and organizations, as well as digital platforms and performance, can be coordinated to create long-term competitive advantage through operations and digital enhanced value generation. Read more on NSCIIC's site...


NSCIIC Exec Ed Course: Responsiveness and Supply Chain Finance

Ningbo, China

Dr. Jarrod Goentzel, Research Scientist and Director of Humanitarian Response Lab at MIT's Center for Transportation and Logistics, will present a fresh cross-functional perspective to increase the efficiency of capital flow, and build on new dynamics for growth. Learn more on NSCIIC's web site...


Roundtable @MISI - Digital Transformation of Supply Chains: Data Management

Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation - Shah Alam, Malaysia

*Open to Supply Chain Exchange members and invited guests* In this roundtable, participants will explore the challenges of acquiring the right data as well as the work needed to turn data into the fuel that will run machine learning models efficiently. Read more on MISI's event page...


MIT SCALE Admissions Webinar


Join the SCALE Global Network staff to learn about our master's and certificate programs in supply chain management! Read More...

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MIT-SCALE Global Admissions Travel

Meet SCALE center representatives at education fairs and expos around the world. Learn about our #1-ranked Supply Chain Management master's program offerings directly from the experts.