An overview of the MSc that the conference is supporting – the main website is here but we thought we’d extract the highlights for you.
Full-Time with 8 hours a week of teaching and related activities, and 16 hours a week on self-directed study
or Part-Time with 4 hours a week of teaching and related activities, and 8 hours a week on self-directed study
Mentoring will be available for self-organised student teams taking part in data science competitions and hackathons
You’ll be studying (we hope we’ve found the right module links)
- Data Management Fundamentals
- Interdisciplinary Group Project
- Programming for Data Science
- Statistical Inference
- CSCT Masters Project
Plus, two optional modules from:
- Advanced Statistics
- Big Data
- Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation
- Cloud Computing
- Data and Information Governance
- Designing the User Experience
- Knowledge Management
- Linked, Open Data and the Internet of Things
- Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics
- Social Media and Web Science
It’s £9000 for a one-year full-time course or £750 per 15 credits (12 of these required) on the part-time option. There are some great ways to fund this however through student loans and some bursaries, the team will be happy to chat this through with you on the day but if you want to do some pre-checking the options are available on their funding page.
Although the normal requirements are for a relevant degree 2:2 UWE will also consider applicants who have relevant professional experience or qualifications, which makes this a great way to transfer into a great career.
Any other questions you have about the course then let us know and we can enquire for you – mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.