The objective of the Master’s degree in Statistics is to train students to become independent statisticians ready to enter and operate in the professional environment. Professions are becoming increasingly multidisciplinary. It is no longer enough to master only one technological or managerial field, it has become necessary to know how to combine aspects from several disciplines in order to manage a coherent body of information and data. The field of statistics plays an important role in this sense because it helps us “to sort out” information and to keep only the essential in order to draw relevant conclusions. The importance of statistical tools becomes clear when one considers the steadily increasing flow of raw data that needs to be processed.Statistics also plays an important role in health fields, especially in epidemiology and medicine. In epidemiology, vaccination programs have been the subject of statistical studies. Here, the aim is to determine the population segments most susceptible to a disease, the rate of disease vector transmission, and the consequences of vaccination. In medicine, clinical trials are particularly useful in comparing various treatments to demonstrate the effectiveness of new medications.
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Applicants need a bachelor’s degree with major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is April 30.