The Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the University of Luxembourg founded the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) in 2015 in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL).
The LCL is part of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance at the University of Luxembourg, and is tied to the Faculty’s Centre for Research in Economics and Management (CREA).
As part of the MIT-SCALE global network, the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) is a hub for research, innovation and education in the logistics sector.
The LCL trains the next generation of supply chain managers through Master's, Doctoral and executive education programs. These educational offerings address specific challenges of this emerging field in an interdisciplinary approach, and incorporate the legal, economic and financial frameworks of logistics and connect students to other departments of the University, for example in engineering.
The LCL works with a network of local and global partners, and brings together leading-edge academic research and the industry at the heart of Europe.
MIT–Luxembourg Supply Chain Management Program:
10-Month Residential masters program (LSCM)
Leading to a Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management awarded by the University of Luxembourg, and a Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate, awarded by the MIT Global SCALE Network.
This center also offers:
Executive Education Programs
The LCL's motto—Innovate, Impact, Inspire!—encapsulates our key aims:
- Engaging in cutting-edge research
- Facilitating fundamental educational and outreach activities
- Harnessing the knowledge to deliver meaningful milestones to industry.
The LCL's primary research areas include:
Learn more about LCL's research and publications on the center's web site