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Data retrieval, cleaning and analysis are performed by both data analysts and data scientists. Yet it’s the latter that apply machine and/or deep learning models in addition to these functions. Our Data Analytics course includes an introduction to understanding the fundamentals of machine and deep learning. However, it does not provide a complete understanding of the field.
To access the full time or part time program of Data Analytics, you don't need any previous requirement: it is enough if you love learning, you are motivated and willing to work. We recommend this program to those candidates who are passionate about gathering data and extract insights out of information, they should also have a great interest in coding and creating tools to make statistical analysis.
Usually, the profile our students have is Junior Data Analyst. According to your expectations, experience and interests, you can specialize after or use the learnt skills as a complement to your current profession.
Of course! You should always learn more about this area, you can join our webinars and make sure that data analysis is for you. It is not necessary to have any previous training but you should demonstrate this is the path you want to follow.
Yes, you should have your own computer. If you are enrolled in the Web Dev or Data Analytics Bootcamps, any operative system should be fine. For the UX/UI Design Bootcamp, we try to adapt to the industry standards so we recommend you to check what operating system they prefer. Most of campus use software like Sketch or Flinto, only available for Mac, but you can also use alternative programs. In general, the computer should have 8GB of RAM and no older than 5 years.
The training will be hands-on, guided by experts who combine teaching with their own projects and work. You will have to develop your own projects and exercises based on real life cases since day one. The best learning tool is feedback: this is key for learning at Ironhack. There are no grades or exams, this is disruptive education focused on the real job market.
There are as many profies as students! Some of the most common areas are: architecture, engineering, business, biology and geology or social sciences such as psychology, sociology.. but it is not necessary to have a university degree or any specific education. Remember that at Ironhack we are specialized in teaching students with really diverse backgrounds.
The program has the same structure both in the full time or part time formats: the only difference is the duration of each module. The program is divided in three modules: in the first one, you will get started in Python and visualization tools such Tableau, in the second part you will start working with statistics and probability and in the third module you will learn the basics of Machine Learning and you will be able to do your project from scratch. You will finish the program with a final project in which you will combine the technical and analytical skills. You will work with pair programming methodology, but all your projects will be done individually
Other scholarships and discounts are launched together with partners who want to encourage education in tech and those are announced when we close an agreement. If you are interested in these initiatives, you can stay updated using this form. We don't offer general scholarships or discounts
In the Full Time program, you should go to class from Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, and then you will have a lot of extra work after class. It is a really intensive program that is not compatible with any other activity such as work or studying.
In the Part Time program, you will have class two weekdays during the evening and on Saturdays. It is compatible with your full time job or any other circumstances, but remember that all your free time will be dedicated to the program. We estimate that you should invest at least 15 hours per week, besides the attendance to class.
Our values (or Ironvalues) are: passion above anything else, love people and their stories and can-do attitude We are looking for students that are able to work hard, help others and willing to learn
The process starts when you submit your application to the bootcamp, chosing your campus, program and starting date.
Then, you will have to do a personal interview with the Admissions Manager. We will take into account your motivation and we will focus on your career path and goals. We will answer your questions and give you personalized information.
If you succeed in the interview, you will need to take an online test. This is a challenge that will evaluate your logical and analytical skills. We will send you an email with the link to the online test, a user and a password, so you can answer the 20 to 25 logical questions in a given time of 60 minutes.
When we receive the test results, the Admissions Committee will inform you via email about your admission to the program and - if possitive - we will send you the Student Agreement and the Acceptance Letter so you can enroll in the program by making your place reservation