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Data Analytics with Banking and FinanceCity Campus
地點: City Campus
課程長度: 12 months
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Course summary • Master industry-leading systems such as SAS for statistical data analysis and HaDoop for data storage and processing. • Learn and apply statistical data modelling, data storage and data mining techniques. • Gain specific knowledge related to financial services, consultancy, regulation, supervision and compliance. • Prepare for jobs with salaries ranging from £35,000–£80,000. On this course, you'll gain a firm handle on data analytics and its role in banking and finance. You'll access real company live data, work with Bloomberg terminals, use cutting-edge software and get excellent real-world experience. The course is designed with industry input, so you're able to hit the ground running as soon as you graduate. How you learn This course explores the application of data analytics in financial industries. You will work with contemporary platforms including cutting-edge SAS, Hadoop, and Bloomberg terminals. In the business part of the course, you examine and scrutinise the fundamental concepts of banking, finance and investment. You will also learn technical skills associated with data analytics, and apply these skills in context of financial industries. You learn through • teaching sessions • learning materials • recommended readings • problem-based learning • individual and group projects • contemporary software platforms Applied learning Live projects You will study real company case studies and data and work on live or emulated industry projects. You will utilise the skills and knowledge you learn on your technical and business modules to complex projects in the context of financial industries. Networking opportunities The teaching team make use of their research and industry connections to include real work scenarios and case studies within many of the modules. There are many industries that make use of the skills developed on the course once you have graduated, including pharmaceuticals, finance, marketing, retail and the public sector. Organisations such as Amazon, Facebook, UK Ministry of Defence, HSBC and GSK all make use of data management/analytics extensively to help them to better understand their customers and to make informed business decisions. IBM ranked these jobs as one of the most difficult for employers to recruit, due in part to the shortage of skilled data scientists.
Normally an undergraduate degree at 2:2 or above, in a related field. If English is not your first language, you will need an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills, or equivalent
IELTS (Academic): 6.0
TOEFL (iBT): 79.0
PTE Academic: 52.0
The first spot to call at the university is the International Experience Team. This is a dedicated team who offer international students help and advice during their time in Sheffield. Their services start before a student arrives in the country with journey planning and arranging accommodation. There is also help in the form of a pre-arrival guide so students arrive knowing what to expect. There is also plenty of support on offer after this for matters such as immigration and visas, financial support and bringing families to the UK while studying. The Sheffield Hallam Students Union is based in the HUBS building and has a number of facilities available. These include an advice centre, the student union shop, Bar Phoenix, activities areas as well as skills and training opportunities and areas for the clubs and societies on offer. In addition, there is a student wellbeing department to help support students during their studies and careers advice to help prepare for a time after university. There are some 40 sports and 50 other clubs and groups established on the campuses as well as host of volunteering and charity work opportunities. Sports range from archery to badminton, cricket to cycling as well as football, rugby and swimming, to name a few. The societies fall into different categories such as active, appreciation, course and vocational, cultural, faith and belief, performance and political. As well as the student union other services on offer including multi-faith chaplaincy services, a business start-up service to help graduates, IT services and even help with finding part time employment between classes.