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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Applications for Admission Are Open!

Apply for Class of 2023 Residential or Blended master's programs, or the GLOG graduate certificate program!

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2022 SCALE Supply Chain Research Expo



The MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network Research Expo provides a unique opportunity to preview ~100 supply chain research projects conducted by MIT SCALE graduate students in partnership with project-sponsor companies and MIT SCALE researchers. The Expo offers a glimpse of what the students' research will reveal in May-June when final projects are presented. Research Expo 2022 is fully online. Review project materials, comment and vote for best project presentations, between January 20-27, 2022.


QS Ranks MIT SCM the #1 SCM Master’s Program for Second Consecutive Year

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MIT's Supply Chain Management master's program has been ranked  #1 SCM master's in the world by QS Quacquarelli Symonds for the second consecutive year. For its 2022 rankings, QS evaluated SCM master’s programs in 19 countries and ranked MIT SCM #1 based on indicators including alumni outcomes, employability, thought leadership, and value for money, as well as reputation among industry professionals and academics. Read more on the MIT SCM web site...


ZLOG Program Ranked #1 for Logistics & SCM by El Mundo

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The 10-month ZLOG program has been ranked #1 master's degree in Engineering Logistics and Supply Chain Management by El Mundo for the 11th consecutive year. Read more on ZLC's site...


ZLC Admissions Webinar and Info Session


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ZLC invites you to this Virtual Info Session on Wednesday, May 26th at 5pm (CEST) about the Full-Time Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG), the Blended Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOGb), as well as Dual Degrees with International Business Schools (MBA + ZLOG). There's still time to apply for programs starting mid/late August 2021. Learn more and Register on ZLC's site.


MIT SCALE Master's Named #1 Global SCM Program in EdUniversal 2021 Rankings

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MIT SCALE master’s programs in Supply Chain Management have been ranked #1 in the world by Paris-based EdUniversal for the sixth consecutive year. Read more...

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MIT SCALE Network COVID-19 Information

As response to COVID-19 pandemic situation continues to evolve globally, our MIT SCALE Centers are prioritizing the health and safety of the students, researchers, and others in our communities.