Areas of specialisation

Medical statistics

Medical statistics is a sub-branch of statistics concerned with collecting, summarising and interpreting data for the purpose of medical investigations.


Jurimetrics relates to the application of quantitative methods, probability and statistics, to law.


Bio-statistics encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the result.


Econometrics is the use of statistical and mathematical techniques to measure and quantify economic phenomena.

Real estate, construction and Hospitality data

Big data is a key concept within the real estate and hospitality industry, and can help hotel owners and other business leaders to identify important patterns and trends.

Political and sociological data

Political and sociological data is used in the systematic study of people, institutions, or social phenomena.

Data science

Data Science employs techniques and theories drawn from many fields within the context of mathematics, statistics and computer science to understand and analyse actual phenomena.

Sports data

Sports data is a collection of relevant, historical, statistics that when properly applied can provide a competitive advantage to a team or individual.

Financial econometrics

Financial econometrics deals with the application of statistics to financial market data.

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