Training and Learning in Statistics
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Looking to learn and acquire new skills in statistics?

New to statistics?

You may be thinking about a career with statistics. And you have questions. Why should I be thinking about studying statistics? What can do with this degree? How can it help me with my career? These are the basic questions considering various lines of study, in statistics or other fields using some statistics. And the reasons for understanding statistics as your main career or as part of your work are varied. Further information is available.

If this is you, then you should be considering a course of undergraduate study. Please go to the heading at further below titled 'Undergraduate Study'.

I am already working with statistics

Alternatively, you may have a degree in statistics, your research or work involves statistics, and would like to know more. You may want to develop your skills, target a particular niche area, or aim to get to the next level. If this is you, then you should consider postgraduate study or short course in statistics covered in the Professional Education and Development webpage.

Undergraduate Courses

The School of Mathematics and Statistics (SMAS) offers several undergraduate courses that contain major statistics components. Please open the links below for further information:

Or use the search page to peruse a full list of courses offered by SMAS (Then use the left hand search criteria to further refine your search.)

For further information concerning undergraduate studies, please refer to the contact details in the above links.  Or you can got to the SMAS home page.

Some listing sites for jobs in statistics

For considering jobs in the statistics field, please have a look at positions offered in some of the more popular job websites.

Last reviewed: 18 July, 2016