You will usually need a 4 year bachelors degree from a recognised university in a relevant subject for entry.You will normally need to have a score of 75-85% or above.
You will usually need a 4 year bachelors degree from a recognised university in a relevant subject for entry.You will normally need to have a score of GPA 3.0 or above.
Minimum 2:1 undergraduate honours degree, with substantial mathematical and statistical components. In particular, you should have studied the following topics and performed well in assessments on them (for example, a score of at least 60 per cent).
Mathematical Methods for Statistics: ideas and techniques from real analysis and linear algebra, including multiple integration, differentiation, matrix algebra, the theory of quadratic forms.
Probability and Probability Distributions: the laws of probability and of conditional probability, the concepts of random variables and random vectors and their distributions, the methodology for calculating with them; laws of large numbers and central limit phenomena.
Basic Statistics: statistical inference, rational decision-making under uncertainty, and how they may be applied in a wide range of practical circumstances; relevant software, for example, R.
Real analysis and stochastic processes: limits of sequences and series, convergence tests, continuity and differentiability, stochastic processes and the Markov property.