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There are several scholarships available for graduate study in the field of logistics and supply chain management:
 
  • The Ross Masters of Supply Chain Management program awards a limited number of scholarships to students admitted to the MSCM program. All admitted students are considered for scholarships and no separate application is required. Scholarships range from $5,000 to quarter tuition.
  • As a member of the Tauber Institute for Global Operations, MSCM students are eligible for a limited number of scholarship opportunities granted by the Tauber Institute for Global Operations. There is no application process all students are considered for scholarship awards and will be notified of awards after they have been admitted into the program.
     
  • The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) has established this scholarship program for graduate students enrolled in programs leading to careers in supply chain management disciplines. CSCMP wants to make high potential students aware of the tremendous opportunities and challenges that can await them in a career in supply chain management. For more information visit;
    http://cscmp.org/education/scholarship-opportunities.asp
     
  • Scholarships are available through the Delta Nu Alpha Foundation, which is a not-for-profit organization, the purpose of this foundation is to support education in the fields of transportation, distribution and logistics.  For more information, visit http://deltanualphafoundation.org/
     
  • The L.L. Waters Scholarship Program, administered by the American Society of Transportation and Logistics, supports undergraduate study and graduate study in the field of Transportation/Logistics/Physical Distribution, for the purpose of preparing persons of high potential for professional careers in these fields. For more information, visit http://www.astl.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3293