The MSc Data Analytics has been selected by BSBI among many prestigious international programmes offered by University for the Creative Arts. The 18-month MSc in Data Analytics is a new postgraduate programme in the field of data analytics at the Berlin Campus of BSBI.
The course will provide students with key knowledge to work in data analytics but also provide them with the skills and confidence required to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. Data analytics revolves around analysing data and extracting useful knowledge from it. Building predictive models is usually the most important activity for a Data Analyst.
The demand for data analytics experts has increased significantly over the last few years as companies become more dependent on data science for business understanding, data understanding, data preparation, modelling, evaluation, and deployment. This means there is ample opportunity for students to find a rewarding position within the field of data analytics.
Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) is dedicated to training students to effectively shape the future and become tomorrow’s leaders. In partnership with world-leading universities International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, Concordia University Chicago (CUC) and University for the Creative Arts (UCA), BSBI offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate programmes which are competitively priced to meet the needs of the international market.
We offer a wide range of programmes from marketing, IT and finance, to hospitality, creative arts and much more. BSBI has a well-equipped main campus in the heart of Berlin, along with campuses in Hamburg, Paris and Athens for students to choose from.
This 18-month masters has been designed with contemporary and practical elements. The latest technology is used to enhance learning and collaborative working. The student will work alongside research-active staff on the latest research developments, while industry guest speakers and live briefs provide networking and development opportunities. This is embedded throughout the course to enrich the creative and digitisation practice and significantly contribute to the experience at university and preparation for professional practice.
During its first three terms, the programme will cover fundamental topics such as database management, statistical analysis, predictive analytics, and visualization. Students will also be able to study the German language alongside their master’s degree subjects. In your final term, you will research and prepare a dissertation on a topic of your choice.
New registration dates to be announced soon