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The curriculum is designed to provide you with a robust foundation in both mathematics and methodology. You will cultivate a comprehensive understanding of statistical concepts and methods. As you delve into the coursework, you will confront and address the intricate challenges that arise in the analysis of real-world data.

What will you study?

You will start with foundational studies in statistics, mathematics, probability, and essential computer science skills for handling large datasets. As you progress, the focus shifts to specialization in statistical inference. This involves mastering techniques to extend conclusions beyond observed data, constructing statistical models, analysing complex high-dimensional data, modelling time-dependent observations, and designing a proper sample survey.

Experiences abroad

The programme provides the opportunity to enhance the academic experience through internships abroad and participation in exchange programs such as the Erasmus program and the Overseas program. Additionally, each year 5 students have the option to spend their third year of studies at the University of Glasgow, earning a double degree (bachelor with Honors in Statistics).

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5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme

You can spend a year studying in Glasgow and earn a Bachelor's Degree in Statistics and a Bachelor with Honors in Statistics.

Specific activities are planned for the analysis of real-life case studies.

You have the opportunity to acquire skills for managing large datasets (Big Data).

Computer labs are available where you can apply the skills learned during theoretical classes.

You can gain expertise and knowledge that are increasingly in demand in the professional world.

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