Cranfield Logistics and Supply Chains MSc

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Hello! Would anyone who’s done the Logistics and Supply Chains MSc at Cranfield be able to tell me about your experience, how the course works timetable wise with the number of modules, and the types of assessment for the different modules? Thank you in advance!
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Hello! Would anyone who’s done the Logistics and Supply Chains MSc at Cranfield be able to tell me about your experience, how the course works timetable wise with the number of modules, and the types of assessment for the different modules? Thank you in advance!
Hi business.gal!

I am a student at Cranfield although I didn't do that course, but hopefully I can still help with your questions.

More information about the modules etc can be found on the course webpage: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/mast...ain-management

Have you checked out the blogs? Most of the posts are written by students themselves so you can get a good idea of what it's like to study here:
https://blogs.cranfield.ac.uk/catego...anagement/lscm

We do have an ambassador (Wenqi) from that course you can chat to online:
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/ambassador%20chat?ub_medium=product&ub_source=University%20Popcard&ub_campaign=&ub_content=

Hope this helps, if you have any more questions please ask

Katherine
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Hi business.gal!

I am a student at Cranfield although I didn't do that course, but hopefully I can still help with your questions.

More information about the modules etc can be found on the course webpage: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/mast...ain-management

Have you checked out the blogs? Most of the posts are written by students themselves so you can get a good idea of what it's like to study here:
https://blogs.cranfield.ac.uk/catego...anagement/lscm

We do have an ambassador (Wenqi) from that course you can chat to online:
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/ambassador%20chat?ub_medium=product&ub_source=University%20Popcard&ub_campaign=&ub_content=

Hope this helps, if you have any more questions please ask

Katherine
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Hi Katherine,

Thanks so much for getting back and the links!!

Bit of an odd and unrelated question, but would you suggest going catered or self catered for a masters? I’ve always been self catered, however it takes so much time so wondered if catered may be better time wise?!

Thank you!!
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Hi Katherine,

Thanks so much for getting back and the links!!

Bit of an odd and unrelated question, but would you suggest going catered or self catered for a masters? I’ve always been self catered, however it takes so much time so wondered if catered may be better time wise?!

Thank you!!
Ooh interesting question. I guess it depends on whether you enjoy cooking or not!? If you choose catered accommodation you'll receive a pre-paid card that you can use in some of the restaurants on campus (Reggies, Cranberries, and Café 52). https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/study/li...king-on-campus

Reggies does serve a good variety of food, you can get hot meals, sandwiches, there's a salad bar, and pizza. You can eat in the restaurant or take food back to your room or shared area. The shared areas have a fridge, kettle, and microwave for snacks. Cranberries only does lunch and is always packed for the two hours it opens so you have to get there quick if you want a table! Café 52 just does sandwiches etc. It's more of a tuck shop than a café to be honest.

The money you get on your card works out at £8.95 a day, you can probably cook for yourself each day for much less than that, so it's up to you whether you'd rather pay a bit more and have food cooked for you, or pay less and have more control over what you eat?
I live off campus so I'm self-catered by default but I've joined friends for meals in Reggies and it's quite nice to have the community aspect of going for dinner with people, although you'd also get that in accommodation with shared kitchens, just with less people!
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