Meet our Graduates

Ayub Khan, Data Analyst at IBM  Ayub Khan “I thoroughly enjoyed the Data Analysis for Business Intelligence (DABI) course. The main advantage of the MSc course is that both the Mathematics and Computer Science departments will equip you with the necessary skills needed by industry. For example, in my work with IBM I use SQL, Python and Linux in combination to query financial data stored in data warehouses. Next year, my role will encompass applying predictive analytics techniques. My advice for anyone considering the DABI course is be prepare for a fast-paced, challenging yet ultimately gratifying experience.”

Ayub Khan graduated in January 2016 from University of Leicester with a Master's in Data Analysis for Business Intelligence (Distinction). Final dissertation project was in partnership with the energy company E.On (Technologies division) with the objective of building a predictive model for UK solar power generation throughout the year. This has major implications for predicting capacity on the National Grid.


Bhavin Tandel, Big Data Engineer, Cloudwick Technologies, UK Bhavin Tandel
“My experience at Leicester: Being the first batch of Data Analysis for Business Intelligence (DABI) degree, it was pretty exciting experience. Moreover, Leicester University has extensive footprint on research which motivated me to opt for this university. With the help of friends and perseverance of our professors, we were able to enjoy the time at Leicester University.”

Bhavin Tandel graduated in January 2016 from University of Leicester with a Master’s Degree in Data Analysis for Business Intelligence with specialization in Data Mining and Operations Research (Distinction).

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