The UCLOG is the great door to live a unique world-class experience that boosts successful professional careers in supply chain. It seeks to develop innovative problem-solving in Logistics & Supply Chain Management in the context of Latin America. The UCLOG is based on a challenging and hands-on learning experience involving partner leading companies of CLI and best-in-class lecturers from the MIT SCALE Latin America network. The program focuses on five relevant topics in logistics and supply chain management:
Operations and Innovation in global and emergent markets
Contemporary issues in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Latin American Logistics and Supply Chain Managment
Innovative problem solving and engineering design
Logistics and Supply Chain Managment methods and tools
The UCLOG is an elite program from the Center for Latin American Logistics Innovation (CLI) hosted at the Bogota campus, and geared towards outstanding undergraduate students from all over the world.
The UCLOG is open to students fully enrolled in bachelor programs in areas relevant to supply chain management and logistics.
The program is taught by researchers and lecturers from CLI and the MIT SCALE Latin America network in the most innovating topics in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
EDUCATION: Complementary education on Supply Chain Management & Logistics with emphasis on practical and applicable knowledge.
OPPORTUNITY: Having the opportunity to engage with some of the most important Colombian companies, that lead challenges in logistics and supply chain management.
EXPERIENCE: International academic and multicultural experience in Latin America. The program will host students from all over the world. Academic topics and collaborative work.
CERTIFICATE: A certificate from CLI, an associate research center of MIT SCALE. Experts: International experts from USA, Europe and Latin America
The UCLOG students, UCLOGERS, will develop the following competencies:
In 2008, the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and the logistics education and GS1 Colombia firmLOGYCA, signed a multi-year agreement to create the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI) as part of the MIT Global SCALE Network of supply chain research centers. Through this partnership, the MIT Global SCALE Network has developed a vibrant academic and research network throughout Latin America
The UCLOG Program Cost:
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