Supply Chain Management in Higher Education: A Conceptual Model within COVID-19 Outbreak, Building a Proposed Conceptual Model

Ashraf Badawood


This research examines the application of supply chain management concepts in higher education institutions in the Gulf region. It presents the value chain in institutions of higher education. The value chain consists of inputs, procedure,s and outputs. The common variables in the academic sup-ply chain are information and shared value across the chain that can translate into strategic and functional objectives of the learning institution. The success of the supply chain management model depends on the level of integration and collaboration among the stakeholders starting from high schools as inputs of higher education. The main objective of the supply chain management model is to create better output. The output is from the practicality of research explored to the various industries and the level of skills of qualified graduates


COVID-19; supply chain management; higher education; value chain; conceptual model

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