Eligibility & Fee


Regular Fee 35% Fee Scholarship
till April 30th
Semester-I Fee £ 1,500 £ 975
Semester-II Fee £ 1,500 £ 975
Semester-III Fee £ 1,500 £ 975
Semester-IV Fee £ 1,500 £ 975
MBA Program Fee
(in 4 Installments)
£ 6,000 £ 3,900
MBA Full Fee
(if paid at once)
£ 5,600 £ 3,500


  • Two years unlimited access to online study resources

  • Interactive lectures, explaining complete MBA curriculum

  • Comprehensive study e-manuals covering complete MBA curriculum

  • 24/7 academic support by supply chain and logistics scholars

  • Access to supply chain and logistics e-Library

  • 20 practice examinations as assignments

  • Free examination attempt for each course

  • Free CSLP and CSCE certifications on completion of Semester-I

  • Free MDSCM diploma on completion of Semester-II


Before enrolling, make sure that:

  • You possess a bachelors degree or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution

  • You have working knowledge of English.

Eligible candidates can proceed to



  • Applicants who already hold MBA degree from a recognized institution, may get exemption on MBA Semester-III & IV.

  • Applicants who hold other Masters Degree, may receive exemption on particular subject that they have studied.

MBA Curriculum



  • Fundamental of Logistics & Supply Chain
  • SCOR® Model Processes, Metrics and Best practices
  • Vertical and Horizontal Integrations
  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Supply Chain Strategies
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Alignment with Business
  • Maintaining Performance and Achieving Strategic Fit
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Relationships
  • 3PLS, 4PLS and Reverse Logistics.
  • Supply Chain Network Analysis & Design
  • Logistics Network Design & Design
  • Transportation Services and Infrastructure
  • Implementing Design Models
  • Globalization in Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Free Trade Zones and Trading Blocs
  • Managing Import & Expert Operations
  • Demand Forecasting Methods
  • Plan and Implement Sales and Operations.
  • Managing Inventory in a Supply Chain
  • Design Transportation Network
  • Sourcing and Procurement Management
  • Pricing and Revenue Management
  • Warehouse Strategic Planning & Management
  • Operations Management
  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Control Priorities and Demand
  • Communication in Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Controlling Materials and Inventories.


  • ERP Systems, Database and Transactional Modules
  • Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
  • Transportation Management Systems (TMS)
  • Data Acquisition & Communication Tools
  • Interorganization Integration
  • Internet-Enabled & Cloud Based Supply Chains
  • Developing and Implementing CRM Strategies
  • Measuring Customer Service
  • Re-Engineering Organizational Structures
  • Developing and Implementing SRM Strategies
  • Creating Alliances With Suppliers
  • Coordination & Sustainability in Supply Chains
  • SCOR Framework Designing & Implementation.

At the end of the program, students put logistics and supply chain theory into practice. In this real-world project, students must design and configure a supply chain for a company, using the SCOR Model. Because it tests and improves their supply chain knowledge and skills, it also challenges them to be a creative problem solvers.

The following are the project’s main objectives

  • Prepare your data for profiling by creating a standardized data model, conducting a gap analysis, and implementing a data profiling tool.
  • Design a supply chain using SCOR to standardize your structure and enable interconnectivity and interoperability.
  • Design functions for supplier management, inventory management, production planning, procurement, etc.

Students will also become more confident in their ability to solve real-world problems through hands-on experience. Furthermore, the project will allow students to develop a real-world network of contacts that they can leverage in the future to pursue better employment. Ultimately, the capstone project is a perfect example of a collaborative, real-world learning experience.



  • Management Science Theory and Practice
  • External Environment, Social Responsibility & Ethics
  • Essentials of Planning and Managing By Objectives
  • Effective Organization & Organization Culture
  • Coping With Change
  • Performance Appraisal & Career Strategy
  • Managing Change through Manager & Organization Development
  • Motivation, Leadership and Communication
  • System, Process of Controlling and Control Techniques
  • Productivity, Operations Management & Total Quality Management
  • Changing Practice of Management.
  • Introduction to Management Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting & the Business Organization
  • Activity Cost Behavior
  • Activity-Based Costing
  • Job-Order Costing
  • Process Costing
  • Support-Department Cost Allocation
  • Activity- and Strategic-Based Responsibility Accounting
  • Flexible Budgets & Variance Analysis
  • Standard Costing A Managerial Control Tool
  • Functional & Activity-Based Budgeting.
  • Introduction of Banking
  • Banker and Customer
  • Retail Banking & Its Functions
  • Clearing: Types, Operations, EFTs & SWIFT.
  • Central Bank
  • Monetary Policy
  • Consumers and Retail Loans
  • Mutual Funds
  • Financial Markets
  • Legal Protection to Banking Transactions and Payment Modes
  • Accounting for Banks and e-Banking
  • Managing and Pricing Deposit Services
  • Anti-Money Laundering.


  • Evolution of Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Planning in a Changing Environment
  • Equal Employment Challenges
  • Job Analysis and Design
  • Recruitment
  • Employee Selection
  • Orientation and Placement
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Wages and Salaries
  • Benefits and Services
  • Security, Safety and Health
  • Industrial Conflict and Negotiation
  • Employee Communication
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Ethical Issues in HR Management
  • Marketing in the 21st Century
  • Developing Marketing Strategies & Plans
  • Gathering Information & Measuring Market Demand
  • Analyzing Consumer Markets & Buyer Behavior
  • Identifying Market Segments and Selecting Target
  • Building Strong Brands
  • Managing Products for Business Markets
  • Managing Innovation and New Industrial Product Development
  • Pricing Strategy for Business Markets
  • Managing Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Managing the Total Marketing Effort
  • Controlling Business Marketing Strategies
  • What Is Organizational Behavior?
  • Foundations of Individual Behavior
  • Values, Attitudes, Personality and Perception
  • Emotions and Moods
  • Motivation from Concept to Applications
  • Foundations of Group Behavior
  • Understanding Work Teams
  • Decision Making and Leadership
  • Culturally Diverse Groups
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Managing Stress and Employee Job Satisfaction
  • Management of Global Organization
  • Managing Organizational Change and Development


AIMS is officially registered with the UKRLP and has obtained accreditation from CPD in the United Kingdom. The MBA in Supply Chain Management adheres to the guidelines outlined by the Ofqual Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) for Level-7 Masters Degree.

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