A statistician’s work with data ranges from planning its collection to analysis and interpretation. There are excellent prospects in business, industry, government and medicine for graduates who can apply mathematics and statistics to real world problems. As modern technology allows statisticians to deal with very large volumes of data, the importance of these well paid professionals is increasing steadily.
With a PhD in Statistics at Near East University you will have received a solid grounding in such fields as statistical modelling, applied statistics in medicine, industry and business through case studies, multivariate statistics and time series analysis, computational statistics and statistics in context.
phd students: you will have engaged in advanced study and research in such areas as mathematical physics and partial differential equations; probability and stochastic processes, pure and applied; approximation theory and numerical analysis; applied statistics and multivariate analysis; stochastic networks, with applications to traffic and telecommunications problems and modelling of variability in space and/or time.