What if you could study for a globally distinctive degree where you will be trained in the most cutting-edge quantitative methods and techniques? At Warwick Q-Step Centre, we don’t just deliver outstanding training in traditional quantitative and statistical methods; we also give our students the opportunity to engage with new emerging computational, digital quantitative methods, and visualisation techniques.
Working in conjunction with the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS), the Department of Sociology and the Centre for Interdisicplinary Methodologies, we have developed two undergraduate degrees that offer high-quality delivery of core and specialised quantitative methods skills.
By studying with us you will:
- embed quantitative methods in live global issues;
- engage with new and emerging data sources with a strong international orientation;
- benefit from our dynamic pedagogic approach;
- be trained to become outstanding researchers and meet the needs of employers in a competitive global market.
Our degrees are designed to take advantage of Warwick’s existing strengths in quantitative methods in science, computing, and medicine, and links to industry to develop teaching and research at the forefront of both disciplinary and interdisciplinary quantitative methods. Our pedagogic approach is one which is driven by problem-based learning and will give you confidence in your ability in quantitative methods.
Warwick Q-Step Centre provides cutting-edge postgraduate training in advanced quantitative methods, data management and data analysis, giving you a competitive advantage in today’s global job market.
Our new masters degrees in quantitative methods are now recruiting for 2017/18:
- MSc Big Data and Digital Futures
- MSc Quantitative Social Research
- MA Politics, Big Data and Quantitative Methods
Visit our postgraduate study webpage for course, application and funding information.
Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods
is a unique and hugely enjoyable course unlike any other! As a current student I am being equipped with a huge range of knowledge and skills that will transfer into a wide range of jobs. Not only this, but there is so much support in terms of workshops being held on essay writing, drop in sessions with members of the department, and lots of useful feedback given on assessed work.
BA Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods