SIPMM offers specialised qualifications and progression pathways at 3 professional levels: the Leadership Level, Managerial Level, and the Foundation Level. The leadership level qualification is recognised by leading business institutes and universities as the articulation pathway that enables learners to progress to an MBA degree programme.
SIPMM specialised qualifications are developed by industry experts to provide Logistics, Procurement, and Supply Chain professionals with the industry knowledge, skills and competencies they need to succeed in today’s modern organisations. These qualifications are designed to incorporate a blended learning mode, where learners will have the opportunity to attend both classes in person as well as virtually. Learners will also be able to undertake online learning through interactive videos and exercises, and attain additional Certificate of Competency, as well as Accredited Sustainability Professional.
A qualifications progression pathway refers to a structured programme of study that allows individuals to progress from one level of educational or professional qualifications to another. This can include, for example, progressing from a diploma to a MBA & MSc, or from a beginner’s certification to a more advanced one. The pathway is designed to provide a clear and consistent path for individuals to follow as they develop their knowledge, skills, and experience in the field and industry of logistics, procurement and supply chain.
The SIPMM Leadership Level Qualification (Graduate Diploma) is recognised as an articulation pathway that enables learners to progress to the following MBA degree programmes:
- Master of Business Administration (MBA), Awarded by University of Sunderland, 12-18 months part-time
- MSc. Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics, Awarded by University of London, 12 months part-time
- MSc. International Business and Management, Awarded by University of Suffolk, 12-18 months part-time
The list of Leadership Level Qualifications which are recognised for progression into an MBA degree programme include:
Progression and Timeline to MBA & MSc
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a graduate degree that focuses on business administration and management. Different business schools and types of MBA programmes offer their assortment of advanced modules in subjects such as banking, accounting, marketing, project management, supply chain management, human resource management and leadership.
MSc. Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics is a business focused MSc which will help advance your knowledge of supply chain management and prepare you for the jobs of the future. The curriculum has been developed from in-depth research carried out by academics at Bayes Business School, one of the world’s leading business schools and part of City, University of London.
The MSc International Business and Management is designed for new or recent graduates and those with management experience. This programme goes beyond just providing students with a thorough grounding in vital business and management practices and the contexts in which they operate.