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QS Ranks MIT SCM #1 Supply Chain Management Master’s Program in the World for 2024

The 10-month program is ranked #1 globally for the fourth year in a row, based on: Value for Money, Employability, Alumni Outcomes, and Thought Leadership indicators

Cambridge, MA – MIT’s Supply Chain Management master’s program has been ranked the #1 SCM master’s in the world by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) for the fourth consecutive year. For its 2024 rankings, QS evaluated the SCM master’s programs on the basis of  employability, alumni outcomes, value for money, thought leadership, as well as reputation among industry professionals and academics. MIT SCM Master’s Program received an overall score of 100 out of 100 on the QS Value. This ranking relies on input from the QS Global Employer Survey, where thousands of employers  identify their preferred schools for recruitment. 

The SCM program at MIT offers a distinctive fusion of executive leadership training and an intensive core curriculum, placing a strong emphasis on the development of analytical and technical competencies.The program combines executive leadership training with an intensive, practical core curriculum focused on building analytical and technical knowledge. In just ten months of cohort-based, full-time on-campus study, students develop critical  reasoningskills top employers look for. Offered through MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics, with cross-registration opportunities at the Sloan School of Management, MIT’s SCM program leads to an engineering degree and offers stellar post-graduate outcomes. A hybrid Blended program option gives students who’ve completed the online MITx MicroMasters in SCM the opportunity to earn their SCM masters in just one semester (five months) of full-time study on campus.


Furthermore, it’s worth noting that the MIT School of Engineering, the home of the MIT SCM program, holds the top spot as the #1 engineering school, as reported by US News and World Reports. MIT SCM students have the opportunity to enroll in courses from various departments within the School of Engineering as part of their academic journey (source:

Additionally, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has once again secured the coveted top position as the world’s number one university, according to the prestigious QS Rankings (source:

About the MIT Supply Chain Management Master’s Program (MIT SCM)

Founded in 1998 by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL), MIT SCM attracts a diverse group of talented and motivated students from across the globe. Students work directly with researchers and industry experts on complex and challenging problems in all aspects of supply chain management. MIT SCM students propel their classroom and laboratory learning straight into industry. They graduate from our programs as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace.

Media Contact: Lisa Kim