Doctor of Philosophy (Logistics and Supply Chain)
Ph.D. (Logistics and Supply Chain)
All candidates, regardless of your level of previous work experience, are expected to provide evidence of your research into the professional areas, roles and potential employers that you are considering pursuing after you graduate – as well as challenges you may face in your career and the skills you possess to help you succeed.
Researchers in logistics and supply chain and operational management
Lecturers in colleges, universities
Administrators in private or public organizations involved in logistics and supply chain
Experts in logistics and supply chain in any organization
Analysts and planners in logistics and supply chain
- 48 credits thesis
Core Units (No credits) 3 credits
- 911611 Seminar in Logistics and Supply Chain 1
- 911612 Seminar in Logistics and Supply Chain 2
- 911613 Seminar in Logistics and Supply Chain 3
- 911623 Advanced Research Methodology in Science and Technology
- TOEFL 500 (paper-based) or
- TOEFL 60 (internet-based), or
- IELTS 6.0, or
- Cambridge Placement Test online B2 (43).
Applicants must be bachelor’s degree or master’s degree holders (or international equivalent).
Applicants supported with a scholarship from a private/government organization would be favorably considered.
How to apply
You can apply for either of the two available programs in person during office hours at:
Academic Affairs Office, School of Logistics and Supply Chain (NU-Logistics), Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand
Admission Services, Division of Academic Affairs, Charlermprakiat Building, Naresuan University
Online application at: http://www.admission.nu.ac.th