Who are Explore Data Science Academy & what do they do?
Shaun Dippnall, CEO of Explore Data Science Academy, sat down with the Careers Portal to explain who EDSA are and what they do. Studying with EDSA equips you to solve difficult problems in any context using the latest advances in Data Science and related fields.
Who are Explore Data Science Academy (EDSA) and what do they do? What can they offer you? Well, we have some answers to these questions.
Shaun Dippnall, CEO of Explore Data Science Academy, sat down with the Careers Portal to explain who EDSA are and what they do.
EDSA teaches data science and does it at scale across Africa. Their way of teaching is quite different to the way normal Universities do it.
They teach in an immersive way. Students are put into teams to solve problems with deadlines. This enables you to gain the skills to solve practical problems while also learning things like complex Mathematics and Statistics.
You'll also become skilled in coding, SQL databases and machine learning.
Dippnall says, "It's a modern institution that teaches fourth industrial revolution skills".
EDSA offers full-time, part-time and NANO qualifications as well as various short courses.
They teach Data Science, Data Engineering, Machine Learning and related skills to equip people for lucrative careers of the future.
Where to find EDSA
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