• Universities


  • To help develop tomorrow’s supply chain leaders, GS1 Institute works with many leading Australian universities. We equip students with hands-on knowledge about supply chain best practices and the GS1 system.

    What we offer

    Our partnerships with universities are flexible and adaptable to course requirements, and may include:  

    • Provision of the GS1 Academic Certificate
    • Co-delivery of courses
    • Guest lectures
    • Use of our training facilities and Supply Chain Simulator
    • Access to other GS1 Institute training courses
    • Research partnerships
    • Sponsorship of student prizes and awards
    • Student internships, industry based projects, research or practicums
    • Representation on industry advisory board
    • Jointly sponsored events or guest participation

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    Our academic partnerships

    GS1 Institute engages with universities to support curriculum in areas such as:

    • Supply chain, logistics, strategic purchasing, inventory management and manufacturing
    • Information systems, information technology, data and information management
    • Business operations, business management and project management
    • Food sciences and traceability
    • Marketing and graphic design

    We are actively working with the following academic institutions in delivering presentations and workshops relating to the GS1 system and participating in relevant research opportunities.

    Victoria

    NSW

    South Australia

    Western Australia

  • Read our joint research reports

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    Project Noah Report 1

    Produced in partnership with the University of Melbourne, this inaugural report examines 10 years of supply chain application in Australian businesses.

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    Project Noah Report 2

    This second Project Noah report examines influencers for decisions about supply chain technologies.

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    Consumer trust of food product information

    Produced in partnership with RMIT, this report examines what types of information consumers want about products and the best mediums for delivering this information.

  • Training needs of Australian supply chain managers

    2006 joint research with Monash University into the education, training and development needs of supply chain professionals in Australia.

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  • Australian supply chain professionals competencies

    Expanding on the 2006 study, this research led by Monash in collaboration with GS1 Australia, ECR and SCLAA highlights the need to more strategically develop the supply chain manager role.

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