The Undergraduate Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (UCLOG) is an elite program from the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI) (and MIT SCALE Center) hosted in Bogota. The UCLOG is geared towards outstanding undergraduate students from all over the world fully enrolled in bachelor programs in areas related to supply chain management and logistics. The program is taught by researchers and lecturers from the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, and SCALE Latin American partner universities. in the most innovating topics in Logistics & Supply Chain Management.


The UCLOG provides a unique world-class experience that boosts successful professional careers in the discipline. The UCLOG aims at developing in the students knowledge and abilities for innovative problem-solving and designing Logistics & Supply Chain Management solutions in the context of Latin America. The UCLOG is based on a challenging and hands-on learning experience with the involvement of partner leading companies of CLI and with best-in-class lecturers from the MIT SCALE Network for Latin America. The program focuses on five relevant topics in logistics and supply chain management:

  • Operations and innovation in global and emergent markets
  • Contemporary issues in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Latin American Logistics and Supply Chain Managment
  • Innovative problem solving and engineering design
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Managment methods and tools

The UCLOG 2017 will take place from July 3th to Aug 4th, 2017 (5 weeks). The program will follow the principles of Challenge-based learning, which is a teaching strategy focused on providing students with a learning challenge based on a relevant and real problem situation, in order to develop a plausible solution alternative. This involves:

Activities Description​
  • Exploration Activities​
  • Learning and research modules​
  • Industry-linked​
  • Challenge immersion and engagement​
  • Collaborative problem solving​
  • Coaching
  • Independent studies​
  • Research work (individual and teams)​
  • Evaluation​
  • Outcomes evaluation by internal and external evaluators​

  • In addition, the program will provide optional activities such as:

  • Social activities: Welcome cocktail and one-day teambuilding activity
  • Cultural activities: Sightseeing and tourism around Bogotá Saturday afternoons and Sundays​
  • LOGYCA Tour to different industries during last week

  • Program Location:
  • Bogotá, Colombia.

  • Application Deadlines
  • Round I: May 12
  • Round II: June 09

  • UCLOG Program Cost 2017:
  • USD $2,500
  • *Students are responsible for Travel & Living Expenses.

  • Other Information:
  • Digital Flyer
  • How to apply
  • University Kit
  • Welcome Package

  • Contact info:
    César Becerra
    UCLOG General coordinator

    If you belong to any of these universities, please ask about the special benefits of the agreement