Postgraduate Diploma / Masters of Science in

Data Analytics Webinar 

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Join us for a webinar exploring our innovative Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) or Masters of Science (MSc) in Data Analytics. This programme is aimed at highly numerate level 8 graduates who wish to extend their skillset to a more advanced level of theoretical knowledge and practice, and to further develop their analytic capabilities and innovation skills in the area of Data Analytics. Successful graduates of this course will be equipped with the requisite theory and aptitudes to secure employment as highly-skilled Data Analysts.

  • The PgDip and MSc programme is open exclusively to graduates from a Mathematics, Statistics, Computing, Engineering, Science degree programme.

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Why Watch This Webinar?


Meet with Academic Team leading the course


Get perspective from previous students of this course who will be available to answer your questions


Learn more about programme content and modules


Discover more about career prospects


Find out about application process and funding


Support for International Students


Live Q&A with speakers

Why a postgraduate degree in Data Analytics?

Data Analytics is one of the fastest growing areas of IT, across a variety of organisations and industries, and remains critical for businesses as it turns information into an asset for deriving insights and making decisions.

The aim of this programme is to produce highly-skilled graduates with expertise that cuts across the core disciplines of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. It emphasises the critical connection from data to information, from information to knowledge, and from knowledge to decision making, encompassed in the Data-Lifecycle.

The inclusion of cross-modular data projects together with a major 15-credit Data Project module gives this programme a very practical focus, enabling participant to apply the knowledge and techniques gained to industry-type problems.

According to a Higher Education Labour Market Earnings Report released by the HEA in 2019, ICT graduates are among the highest weekly earnings four years after graduating compared to other sectors based on the analysis of the destinations of students who graduated between 2010 and 2017.


Things to note about this programme:

  •     Funding support is available to eligible Irish residents via Springboard+ (Human Capital Initiative Pillar 1)
  •     It is available in full-time (1 Year) or part-time (2 Years) delivery mode
  •     A unique feature of this course is the strong collaboration between industry and academia in its                          development.
  •     Students will gain hands-on experience working of an industry environment via a structured work                       placement 
  1.     The programme is open to graduates with level 8 degree in any discipline (minimum 2:2)
  •     International students are also invited to apply for this programme, however it is important to note that               Springboard+ funding may not apply.

For more information about the PgDip or MSc in Data Analytics including eligibility criteria, course content and information about fees, please visit the DkIT website.