This is for you if... you want to gain practical experience in databases and a rigorous understanding of applied statistics, data mining, operational research and related areas.
Prospective international students need to make sure that they are able to complete all the steps of their Masters application and visa application (if applicable) in time to join their course by the last join date. We understand that every student has different circumstances, but would recommend making an application as soon as possible and for most students by the 18th December if you are not already in the UK, to avoid disappointment. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further advice regarding your individual circumstances.
Due to the ongoing impact of the global pandemic we have had to evaluate all of our courses to ensure that we adhere to Government guidelines to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff and students. This means that as we work through these changes the modules, delivery methods and assessments shown, including those shown for future years, are subject to change.
The McKinsey Global Institute calls big data “the next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity” and estimated the gap in data analysis professionals of approximately 140,000 to 190,000 potential positions.
Businesses and industry have already realised that investment in big data is absolutely necessary to survive in the modern world. The epoch of big data is here. Every day you can find hundreds of data-analysis related vacancies in the UK.
The MSc in Data Analysis for Business Intelligence will prepare you to work with data in the business environment, using mathematical, statistical and computational skills – including data mining and practical database coding skills. This course seeks to train the generation of world-leaders in data analysis and, to this end, you will be taught by world-leaders in the field.
You will learn how to discover knowledge in data as well as honing the data analysis skills required to perform predictive and prescriptive modelling in real-world business situations. Your summer project will let you apply what you have learned to real business problems and meet your possible employers. Our partners for these projects include Eon, General Electric, Weatherford International, ARM and CapitalOne. These projects not only give you an opportunity to meet potential employers, but also to explore options for creating your own start-up company.
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