Gaining industry experience
One of the main reasons for choosing the MSc in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management was that it offers a unique consulting project. This allows me to take part in a real-life project and work with a client throughout the course. This not only helps me to apply the skills and knowledge from lectures, but also offers a great opportunity to gain industry experience and prepare for my future career.
Combining assignments, lectures and project work
Apart from exams, we had either an individual assignment or group project for almost every unit. My group would use our spare time to arrange frequent meetings and work on the project together.
The School encouraged us to prepare for lectures. This meant reading case studies, journal articles or books to have a general idea of the upcoming lecture and be able to engage in class.
You can also choose to take part in societies, sport clubs or School of Management activities like the Community Challenge.
A friendly, international atmosphere
I think Bath is one of the best cities to both live and study in the UK. Not only because of its historic architecture, but also its friendly, international atmosphere. I really enjoyed going out with friends, having a pint in cosy pubs, walking around Alexandra Park, and going to exhibitions in the city’s galleries and museums.
The University has a great reputation both nationally and internationally, especially its School of Management. During my time here, I had a deep connection with the local community and made a bunch of friends from all over the world. This year will always be a positive and meaningful memory that I’ll never forget.