The procedure for enrolling into the Data Analysis & Visualisation course has been formalised now due to many problems in previous years:
a. As participants in the ADS profile, you can pre-register via this registration form. This pre-registration is now open, and will remain open until the 27 September deadline. Please note: this form is only intended for ADS profile participants!
b. All other students can register via Osiris. That is possible from 7 to 11 October. Registration is open until the course is full.
c. Profile students who miss the deadline will have to register via Osiris via October 7 to 11. They do not receive any special priority. Registration is no longer possible after 11 October.
d. In the time between September 27 and October 7 we will transfer the list that results from the pre-registration form to Osiris once (!) We do no manual registrations!
2. Research project on an Applied Data Science topic (15 EC) OR a selection of 2 elective courses (15 EC) from a list of preapproved elective courses
a. Research project on an Applied Data Science topic (15 EC): Focus should be on interdisciplinary aspects and at least two supervisors from different departments/faculties should be involved. The topic should not correspond to the topic of the master thesis, however if the master reseach project deals with an applied data science subject, it is for certain master’s programmes permitted to combine the research project of the master’s profile Applied Data Science (15 EC) with the master research thesis. Both parts must be separately assessed and a supervisor from a different department or faculty is involved in this part of the research project. The topic should be approved by a member of the Applied Data Science steering committee who is involved, and by the programme director of the master programme for which the student is admitted.
b. Two elective courses (15 EC). Please find the elective courses list below. You can ask your Master’s programme coordinator for up to date information.
Please note that the total number of EC of each master’s programme will NOT be increased by completing the master profile Applied Data Science. Students receive a certificate by completing the Master’s profile Applied Data Science.
- Understands the basic methods and techniques in data science
- Is able to apply this knowledge and analyse large datasets in a specific domain
- Understands the potential and risks of applying data science for research and society
- Is able to work in interdisciplinary teams