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Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC)

Edificio Náyade 5 Bari 55 Zaragoza View map

Overview

Founded in 2003, is a research institute affiliated to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Zaragoza.

Based in Northern Spain, Zaragoza Logistics Center offers master’s programs, PhDs, executive education in logistics and supply chain management. All of these are fully taught in Spanish or English. Examples of specific programs available include:

The center also offers dual degrees with universities abroad, including:

  • IE Business School in Spain
  • European Business School in Germany
  • INCAE in Costa Rica
  • Sabanci University in Turkey
  • USAT in Peru
  • Feng Chia University in Taiwan

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is based in PLAZA, Europe’s largest logistics park, with laboratories, classrooms, event space and direct access to logistics operations.

In addition to being a place of learning and research for students and faculty, PLAZA is also home to roughly 350 companies who use the park for their logistics operations due to its strategic location in Europe and Spain. Situated between three major highways, PLAZA is linked to the high-speed railway that connects Madrid and Barcelona, and is also close to an airport that serves the world’s largest cargo planes.


 It’s not a coincidence that is home to over 2,000 students from 60 countries. Situated in northern Spain, Zaragoza is the perfect location for international students looking to enter education in Europe. As well as being Spain’s fifth largest city and the birthplace of painter Francisco de Goya, it’s also within a 300 kilometer radius of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and San Sebastián. It’s also home to some fine architecture and one of the best tapas and bar scenes in Europe.

Another huge draw to tempt you here is the fact life in the Spanish city is significantly cheaper than other European cities. A monthly public transport pass in Zaragoza would cost you €40 (US$50), compared with €81 in Berlin (US$99) and €149.73 in London (US$184), while renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city centre costs around €408 per month (US$503), compared with £1,649.16 in London (US$2,300) and €770.69 in Berlin (US$950), according to data from Numbeo.

 To be eligible for postgraduate study or executive education, you will need at least two years of full-time work experience, two references, a video statement, a personal statement and transcripts.

Unless you’ve earned a waiver, you will need to take the GRE General Test or the GMAT. If English is not your native language and you haven’t attended university in the US or received primary and secondary education in English, you will also be required to submit your IELTS or TOEFL scores. Zaragoza Logistics Center ask applicants to have a minimum IELTS score of seven or at least 98 in the TOEFL.

For more information, contact Zaragoza Logistics Center’s admissions office: [email protected]


has a strong record of graduate employability, with 90 percent of students accepting a job offer within six months of university and earning competitive salaries at companies such as Apple, Amazon, Clariant, Pfizer, Roche, Johnson & Johnson and Mckinsey.

When it comes to finding an employer, companies regularly experts in supply chain management on campus. Zaragoza Logistics Center also hosts career events throughout the year, including company presentations, networking sessions with employers and on-campus interviews. The university’s corporate relations manager, is in charge of putting students in touch with recruiters, while the is an active network of over 800 supply chain management professionals around the world.



Programs available

Postgraduate Faculties/Departments and Programs

Máster en Dirección de Supply Chain

MIT Zaragoza International Masters

MIT-Zaragoza PhD

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