Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Master of Science

We have compiled the most important information regarding the application and admission process for our new Master’s programme Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM). You can also find the current deadlines below.

Application process

The application period for the winter semester 2020/21 is from 01.06.2020 until 20.08.2020.

Look here for further information about applying with international qualifications: International Admission

All compulsory courses are hold in English. Therefore, you need to show evidence that your English knowledge meets a C1 level. Please check our Equivalence table displaying the different exam formats which are accepted and some further options of English proof.

The Department of Law and Economics offers an English class during the first semester where you have a possibility to achieve the required level after passing the course.

Requirements for admission to both Master’s degree programmes comprise a “Bachelor of Science” degree from the programmes B.Sc. Business Administration/Industrial Engineering of TU Darmstadt or an equivalent degree, for example Economics or Business Mathematics.

To be admitted to the Master's degree programmes, you have to prove your study experience in the field of economics totalling at least 45 credit points (CP), in mathematics and statistics totalling 20 CP, in law at least 9 CP as well as an independently produced course work (6 CP) and the Bachelor thesis (12 CP).

If these skills can be derived from your previous studies, you will be admitted directly.

The Department of Law and Economics has implemented a written entrance examination for both study programmes. If there is a doubt about required competencies according to your application, we will invite you to the entrance examination.

Date of the entrance examination: September 26th, at 10-11.30 a.m.

Rooms: S1|03 221 for EIM, S1|03 226 for LSCM.

Address: TU Darmstadt, S1|03, Hochschulstr. 1,64289 Darmstadt

Specific degree entrance competencies for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management and Logistics and Supply Chain Management M.Sc. tested in the written entrance exam are listed here:

  • Mathematics
  • General Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Statistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management or Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Business Information Systems
  • Law science

If you have passed the entrance exam, you will be admitted directly.

Alternatively, you can take a GMAT externally. The accepted score for the direct admission is 650 or higher.

The following documents can be submitted later:

  • Bachelor’s degree certificate
  • English C1-certificate

Deadlines for submitting a degree certificate:

  • For graduates from TU Darmstadt: 31.10.2020
  • For external (German and international) students: 15.01.2021

Deadline for submitting an English C1-certificate (for students with a letter of conditional acceptance): 31.03.2021.

The invitation to the entrance exam and the results of the exam will remain valid for summer semester 2021.