This degree prepares students to move their engineering or data science career forward across a wide variety of roles, such as a data scientist, machine learning engineer, or computational statistician. Students will be trained to become deep thinkers, going beyond algorithms to turn data into actionable insights, contribute to strategic decision making, and become responsible, ethical members of this rapidly growing profession.
Imperial College is ranked #17 in the Global University Employability Ranking 2018.
As an Imperial graduate, you will join 200,000 alumni in an influential global community.
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