The Master in Statistics for Smart Data at ENSAI is a unique and innovative program taught entirely in English. It combines advanced notions in Statistics, Applied Mathematics, and Computer Science and includes several units specific to this program which can be used in developing Artificial Intelligence. This one-year degree prepares graduates for exciting careers as highly-qualified Data Scientists in numerous sectors and opens the door to PhD studies for a career in research.
This Master’s program (Diplôme National de Master) is accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation in partnership with the University of Rennes 1, the University of Rennes 2, Agrocampus Ouest, and INSA Rennes.
All applications for the 2020-2021 academic year must be completed and submitted online (http://ensai.fr/en/2-cursus/msc-statistics-for-smart-data/) before May 26th, 2020.
Ideal candidates wishing to enter this M2-level program must have completed a minimum of four years of higher education (at least a 4-year Bachelor's degree or the first year of a Master's).
A strong statistical, mathematical and computer science background is required. A detailed list of expected and recommended prerequisites can be found on the ENSAI website (http://ensai.fr/en/2-cursus/msc-statistics-for-smart-data/smart-data-prerequisites/).
Applicants must have as well at least a B2 level in English. Candidates with a professional experience are welcome.
The structure of this all-English Master's program is composed of one semester of full-time coursework at ENSAI (from early September to the end of February), followed by a 4 to 6-month internship in France or abroad within the professional world or academia/research laboratories (from early March to the end of August). The master thesis defenses and the graduation ceremony take place in September N+1.
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