PhD Summer Academy for PhD students (2 weeks)

The PhD Summer Academy for PhD students is a 2 weeks intense period of learning for PhD students, debating, and discovering the fundamental concepts and recent trends in supply chain management, in addition to meeting future colleagues and having a great time in Zaragoza, Spain. Apply Now!

The 13th edition of the PhD Summer Academy in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will take place from 8 to 19 June, 2020 at ZLC Campus in Zaragoza, Spain.

SUMMER
ACADEMY
(8-19 JUNE)

2
WEEK
PROGRAM

PROFESSORS
FROM TOP
UNIVERSITIES

INTENSE
PERIOD OF
LEARNING

CERTIFICATE
FROM
MIT SCALE

LATEST
TRENDS IN
SCM

Prestigious instructors

This year’s professors and subjects will be:

Dolores Romero Morales
Copenhagen Business School
Machine Learning / Data Driven Decision Making
Greys Sošić
Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
Competition and Cooperation in Supply Chain
Wedad Elmaghraby
Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Online Market Design
Özlem Ergun
College of Engineering, Northeastern University
Humanitarian and Emergency Response Logistics

 

Professors from past editions of the PhD Summer Academy added the following:

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"The MIT-ZLC PhD Summer Academy program gave me the tools and skills to better tackle down my PhD studies. This program has given me the opportunity to enrich my academic and work experience with the interaction of peers in the Supply Chain Management from different parts of the world, the lecturers from respected professors in their field, and the opportunity of living in Zaragoza, the MIT experience has been a dream that certainly exceeded my expectations. I do recommend this program to supply chain Ph.D. candidates, as it will allow them to improve their expertise in research and expand their networking"

Lineth Rodríguez, Panama
PhD Candidate at Ecole Centrale Nantes
Nantes (France)

Methodology

In addition to being introduced to different topics in the field by a group of distinguished professors, it is a great opportunity to meet doctoral students from different institutions and exchange ideas. Although we expect applicants to come from different institutions, countries and backgrounds, the one common denominator is excellence. Applicants are selected to be part of a discussion forum made up of outstanding scholars in the area of logistics and supply chain management.

Certificate

The PhD Summer Academy 2020 program is administered under the MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program, one of the select MIT educational and research partnerships. Upon completion of all courses to which you have enrolled, you will be awarded a certificate stating that you have completed a PhD summer course under the MIT- Zaragoza Program.

Courses

Professor: Dolores Romero Morales, Copenhagen Business School.
Dates: 08, 09, 10 June (tentative)
Course Description: more info to follow.
Professor: Greys Sošić, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.
Dates: 09, 10, 11, 12 June (tentative)
Course Description: more info to follow.
Professor: Wedad Elmaghraby, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.
Dates: 16, 17, 18 June (tentative)
Course Description: more info to follow.
Professor: Özlem Ergun, College of Engineering, Northeastern University.
Dates: 16, 17, 18 June (tentative)
Course Description: more info to follow.

Who should apply

Every summer, a group of selected students and scholars from different institutions, countries and backgrounds get together to participate in an intense period of learning, debating, and discovering the fundamental concepts and recent trends in supply chain management.

When to apply

All applications and supporting materials must be submitted by June 1st.

Ready to apply?

Apply for admission! To apply for the Summer Academy you must submit the following documents to [email protected]:

  • Current resume including academic degree, a brief list of the related courses taken so far (in the field of OR/IE/OM/Statistics), areas of research interest, specialization or competence, dissertation: the title and short description of your thesis, relevant work experience
  • One recommendation letter from people capable of judging applicant´s professional and/or academic promise (i.e., supervisor, professor)
  • Statement of interest for applying for the PhD Summer Academy. Please explain your specific area of academic interest (research topic you want to work on), how your education has prepared you to be successful in this program, what do you hope to achieve in this program. The statement should be no longer than 500 words

PhD Summer Academy Team

Gültekin Kuyzu

PhD Summer Academy Program Director
+34 976 077 608

Beatriz Vergara

PhD & Executive Education Coordinator
+34 976 077 268

Tuition and Fees

Tuition Fee: 975 €
Early bird registration (before March 15): 875 €

Other Fees

Alumni PhD Summer Academy: 700 €
Two students coming from the same university: 780 €
Fee per Module: 300 €

Living Expenses

Participants will have to make their own arrangements for their accommodation, meals, visa and transportation and must provide evidence of health insurance coverage while in Spain. The organization will be happy to help applicants with the travel and paperwork requirements.

ACCOMMODATION

250-700 €/month

FOOD

150-300 €/month

COMMUNICATION

50 €/month

HEALTH INSURANCE

50 €/month

TRANSPORTATION

90-150 €/month

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

50 €/month

Do you require further information?

Please fill in the following form to send an info request. Our admissions team are happy to assist you and answer any queries you may have about our master’s programs or the application process.