Zaragoza Logistics Center and doctors without borders awarded a full scholarship to a qualified candidate, with experience in humanitarian aid and development agencies, and which also has interest in continuing his career in humanitarian logistics.
this scholarship covers the total of the tuition fees of the masters degree in logistics and MIT Zaragoza Master supply chain management in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG), of 9 months, which is taught entirely in English and in collaboration with the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics in the United States. The master also has a stay of three weeks at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics as part of their curriculum.
scholar will perform a contractual commitment to work for doctors without borders (MSF) for a period of at least two years after graduation from the program ZLOG.
thru of this grant, the Foundation hopes to attract outstanding future leaders that can make a vital contribution in the humanitarian aid organizations through the professional and specialized management of management in the supply chain of the health field as well as in logistics humanitarian
Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) is a Research Institute sponsored by the Government of Aragon in collaboration with the Instituto Tecnológico Massachusetts (MIT) and affiliated with the University of Zaragoza. Founded in late 2003, the CFZ campus is located in PLAZA, the Logistics Park largest of Europe which serves laboratory for transfer back knowledge and new processes.
Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) is an independent international organization of humanitarian medical aid that provides emergency aid in more than 70 countries to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters or man-made. MSF has carried out medical assistance emergency missions around the world since 1971. In countries where health structures are insufficient or even non-existent, MSF collaborates with authorities, such as the Ministry of health to provide assistance. MSF works in rehabilitation of hospitals and dispensaries, vaccination programmes and water and sanitation projects and also works in remote health centers and provides training of local staff.
requirements: University graduates who have been admitted to the program. They must also have experience in humanitarian aid. French language is valued.
Endowment: Reduction of 100% of the tuition fees of his programs master MIT Zaragoza Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG). The intern will perform a contractual commitment to work for doctors without borders (MSF) for a period of at least two years
date limit: 15 April 2013