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A new semester is approaching, which means that a new Analytics Academy Impact Project round is near!

Real data. Real econometrics.

What is the Analytics Academy?
The Analytics Academy is an initiative of the VSAE, where students are given the opportunity to act as a quantitative consultant and apply their theoretical knowledge on real data from non-profit organisations. Each semester, several partner organisations are participating, each with a unique case and unique data (more on this below!). The Analytics Academy consists of the Impact Projects and the Online Competition.

  • Impact Projects
    When you join the Analytics Academy, you will apply your theoretical knowledge on real data from non-profit organisations. These partner organisations have developed a business question, and the task is up to you to be their consultant: to formulate a research question, to do research with the given data, and finally to provide the organisation with tailor-made advice, supported by your research. As a Analytics Academy analyst, you will work in groups of four VSAE students and you will be working on the case for approximately four hours per week.

Why should I join?
Apart from a great time where you will meet and work closely with fellow students, you will also greatly practice your data science skills by working on a real project. On top of that, several companies organise workshops on relevant topics to help each group with their project. Previous workshops have been on data visualisation, leadership, Microsoft Excel and more. Participating in the Analytics Academy is also a great opportunity to boost your cv!

Which organisations are participating this semester?
We’re glad you asked. This semester’s partner organisations were announced during the Analytics Academy Kick-off on Monday the 7th of September (see impact-projects). On this evening, a representative from each organisation will briefly pitch their case and present the data. This semester the kick-off will be online.

See you there!

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