Our dedication to diversity guarantees that you will learn in a vibrant, multicultural environment. Nothing makes a classroom discussion more interesting than hearing different views and ideas on a given topic.

Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) cohorts have included students from all over the world, including China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Tunisia, the UAE, and the United States.

MBLE students are also represented by diverse undergraduate majors such as agriculture, computer science & technology. economics, engineering, finance, international relations, logistics, and management.

Because of the unique nature of the program, students also gain broad perspective by taking classes with MBAs, and Masters students from disciplines like Human Resources, Accounting, and Engineering.

class of 2018 profile
Students Enrolled: 19
Women: 61%
Test Scores*
GMAT
   Mean (Overall): 683
   Range (Overall): 620-720
   Mean (Quantitative):  50 
   Range (Quantitative):  49-51
GRE
    Mean (Overall): 321
    Range (Overall):  310-335
    Mean (Quantitative):  165 
    Range (Quantitative):  158-170
TOEFL
    Mean 100
Undergraduate GPA
     Mean GPA  3.5
     Median GPA  3.5
Student Countries of Origin
    China
    United States of America

Undergraduate Majors
   Aerospace Engineering
   Business Information Technology
   Economics
   Economics and Trade
   Finance
   French
   Integrated Systems Engineering
   International Business
   Joint Venture Management
   Logistics Engineering
   Logistics Management
   Management Science
   Material Engineering
   Supply Chain Information & Analysis
   Transportation Management/Engineering

 

* Please note: GMAT & GRE scores represent students that gained successful enrollment in the MBLE program for the Autumn 2018 cohort. Students who fall slightly below these scores are not automatically rejected, nor does exceeding them guarantee acceptance.  The academic review committee will evaluate your application as a whole with all program applicants.