If the Logistics sector were a company a share, analysts would describe it as a sure-fire path to the greatest gains in the future. Greece is a gateway to Europe. Despite the crisis, infrastructure is developing. Ports, airports and railways are being modernised, major road networks are being completed and, in conjunction with the construction of the freight centre in Thriassio Pedio freight complex, they are expected to strongly boost growth by attracting key international players active in the field of freight flows. The sector’s 11% contribution to the country’s GDP and the 54,000 job positions are about to increase. The MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme is aimed at executives who are already working in the industry and wish to develop professionally, or to executives from other fields who wish to make a fresh start towards a career in a highly promising industry.
The course covers a wide range of modules, from the management of supply chains and international supplies to the economics of maritime transport and the analysis of supply chain data, while it also educates students regarding the use of qualitative and quantitative research and analysis methods. Theoretical training and professional practice are combined, complementing each other, so that postgraduate students will be able to listen to the pulse of the market, evaluate it and utilise it correctly.
The relevant degrees are awarded by our partner University of West London and are exactly the same as those awarded to postgraduate students in the UK.
October for the Fall Semester or
February for the Spring Semester
Full Time – 1 year or
Part Time – 2 years
Friday evenings and Saturday mornings (2-3 times per month)
Greek or English
Delivery in a language is subject to sufficient student numbers.
Broad and in-depth knowledge of Logistics and the supply chain across a wide range of business sectors, including shipping.
Combination of theoretical knowledge and practical training, with daily analysis of case studies and solving of standard exercises.
Contact with the market through frequent lectures, seminars and workshops by distinguished executives from the Logistics and supply chain fields.
Extensive application of IT and provision of information regarding the possibilities that new technologies (indicatively, 5G) offer for the development of Logistics and for cost reduction.
Practice of individual skills, such as autonomy, independence, innovation, creativity, as well as team skills, such as communication, data collection, solving problems related to the management of information, tasks and people.
Lifelong learning methodology. In an industry that has been among the first to incorporate technological developments, the ability of self-education and self-development constitutes a competitive advantage.
Studying at BCA, you live in Greece but you are exposed to the learning experience designed and provided by a high-level British or Swiss University and you are awarded the same, Bachelor & Master degrees, awarded to UK and Swiss students., which are recognized in the Greek and international labor market. In addition, you will benefit from the digital technology with the specialized online educational platforms developed by BCA and incorporated into the Blended Learning philosophy.
The successful course of BCA is certified by the multiple awards it has received during the years of its educational operation. One of the most important prizes was its announcement of being the “COLLEGE OF THE YEAR”, awarded by the Education Leaders Awards Special Committee. More information on the BCA College Awards can be found here.
The programmes of study provided by BCA College are further enriched with industrial visits, seminars and lectures organised during the year in parallel with the curriculum. These co-curricular activities bridge the academic theory taught in classrooms with current professional practice, transfer students’ know-how and expertise in real time, and connect them with renowned executives, entrepreneurs, and people with key positions in their field.
Applicants can be admitted to the course as long as they possess:
Applicants have the option of attending the programme either in English or in Greek. Those who wish to attend our postgraduate programmes in English are required to submit one of the following certifications:
Intensive English classes are provided to those students who do not meet the English requirements.
Mr. Marios Bougioukas is the Director of the Logistics & SCM Department and responsible for this new program.
His path at BCA started in 2012 from the Marketing and Communication Department, since 2016 he belongs to the Shipping Department, where he is the Development Director and from this year he also took over the new Logistics and Supply Department.
He is a graduate of the College’s Department of Business Administration and holds two Master’s degrees, an MA Management and an MBA. He is also a Bridge Officer of the Greek Navy, a graduate of the Mediterranean Maritime Academy in Limassol and has served on a Tanker, Car Carrier, Mega-Yacht and a cruise ship. He is a member of the Hellenic Logistics Company – Eel, the Institute of Logistics Management of Greece – ILme and holder of the European Logistics Certification, according to the standards of the European Logistics Association – ELA. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Chios Marine Club. In recent years, he has implemented Webinars on transport and sustainable logistics issues, as well as on port logistics and specifically on the ports of Egnatia, with speakers from leading market executives. At the same time, he has organized educational activities in large companies in the sector, in order to inform the students of the market itself and very recently created a very strong Advisory Board, consisting of 30 leading figures in the sector and in which he is Moderator.
Mr. Panagopoulos possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, a Bachelor’s Degree from the Hellenic Navy Academy – Supply Corps Cadets Department and a Master of Science Degree in Management / Logistics Management from the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), USA. He has also obtained a significant number of certificates from American and Greek institutions. Since he served on various vessels and land installations in Greece and abroad, performing the duties of the finance, supply and logistics, he has acquired valuable knowledge and experience in the shipping and logistics industry. He was also awarded the “Golden Cross of the Order of Honor” (2002), the “Golden Cross of the Order of Phoenix” (1999), the “Commander of the Order of Honor” (2018), and the “Grand Commander of the Order of Phoenix” (2018) by the President of the Hellenic Republic.