MIT ZARAGOZA INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS PROGRAM
The MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program is a unique research and education partnership that brings together the supply chain interests of academia, industry and government - all linked to the development of the largest logistics park in Europe.
The program was established in 2003 by the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL), the University of Zaragoza (Spain), the Government of Aragon, industry partners, and the PLAZA logistics park in Zaragoza, Spain.
The education program offers a masters degree modeled on MIT Supply Chain Management Program (SCM), a doctorate degree, and executive education courses leading to certificates in various logistics-related disciplines.
The research program uses the logistics park as a working laboratory to experiment with new logistics processes, concepts and technologies, in active collaboration with leading academic institutions and companies from around the world.
MIT-Zaragoza actively engages with companies from around the world to exchange ideas and collaborate on leading-edge research. If your organization would like to collaborate with our faculty, students, and other industry and public sector partners on constantly evolving research projects, there are several outreach opportunities available including Research Groups, Supply Chain Education Partners Program, Symposia, and the Supply Chain Summit.