In 2017, the world was generating 2.7 billion gigabytes of data per day. And by 2020 forecasts say this figure could exceed 44 trillion gigabytes per year. This veritable flood of data harbours invaluable know-how that is just waiting to be accessed. Structuring the information, identifying patterns and applying the findings in a fast, efficient way is crucial for decision-making in a multitude of sectors ranging from biomedical research to finance and manufacturing. The curriculum of this Master's degree focuses on various areas in data analytics and computer science, including statistical methods, machine learning, data mining and visualisation. Students also acquire expertise in their chosen pathway: biomedical data analytics or data analytics for marketing and production.
Note for applicants: The main language of tuition on this study programme is German, although some modules may be offered in English.