We are exceptional at bringing students from beginners to professionals. Expect to graduate with the ability to perform deep and insightful analysis. Below are some of our students' project:
One challenge that businesses face is how to gain a better understanding of the voice of the customer. This issue can be addressed by extracting additional information from customer reviews, using sentiment analysis.
We analyse the number of doctors and hospital beds against the number of admitted patients between 2006 to 2015 to see if the Healthcare sector is sufficiently equipped to support the number of admitted patients.
This project aims to visualise both Singapore’s Total Foreign Reserves and CPF balance from 1972 – 2015 with the objective to determine if Foreign Reserves growth can be explained by growth in CPF balance.
Develop your potential
Seek out correlations with machine learning and create visual representation of the data to communicate information effectively.


DS102 consist of 7 lessons of 3 hours each. At the end of the course, there will be a test for accreditation. Singaporeans and PRs are available for IBF subsidies of up to 70% on the course fees of $2500. SkillsFuture credits can be used to fully cover the remainder course fees.

Prerequisites Required
This course is an advance Python course and trainees are required to have the prerequisites before commencing the course. These prerequisites are also covered in our DS101 series.

Data Science 102 (IBF Level 4) is Accredited by IBF

The Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore (IBF) is the national accreditation and certification agency for financial industry competency in Singapore under the IBF Standards. Find out more on

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DS102 is our advance course after DS101 and hence all students are already expected to have a good working knowledge of Python programming. If you find that you do not have these competencies, consider taking the DS101 course instead.
  • Basic python syntax and data structure

    Familiar with python syntax, and the data structure like list, dictionaries and tuples.

  • Python Conditions and Iterations

    Familiar with if, elif and else conditional constructs, as well as writing iterations using python for and while loops.

  • Functions and Libaries

    Know how to write python functions, read python library documentations and make use of python libraries.



Find out what you will learn throughout the 7 weeks course.
  • Project 1: Exploratory Analysis (Due on Week 2)
    • Practice exploratory data analysis on movie dataset
    • Required to present approach on week 2
  • Project 2: Visualisation of Food Data (Due on Week 4)
    • Practice data visualisation concepts and libraries 1b
    • Required to present approach on week 4
  • Project 3: Scraping Job Data (Due on Week 5)
    • Practice web scraping libraries and concepts
    • Required to present approach on week 5
  • Project 4: Yelp Reviews (Due on Week 6)
    • Students are to use libraries learnt to perform text mining on Yelp reviews
    • Required to present approach on week 6
  • Project 5: Passenger Survival Project (Due on Week 7)
    • Consolidation project where students will be able to apply the concepts they learn from the lessons, specifically, Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3, and Lesson 6
    • Required to present approach on week 7


Yi Sheng Data Engineer at Fullerton Health Singapore Management University SMU Salutatorian
Jishnu Mohan Data Science Instructor National University of Singapore Computer Sci, Honours with High Distinction
Wei Han Zheng Software Developer at Stashaway National University of Singapore Computer Sci, Honours with Highest Distinction
Danielle Thio Data Analytics Instructor National University of Singapore BSc in Quantitative Finance
*Approved for IBF Courses
Thomas Odell Data Analytics Instructor University of Toronto Honours B.A. Computer Science


You can be kept updated when we release new class slots through our telegram group here,

Our latest class schedule for Data Science 102 (DS102) can be found here:



  • Singapore Citizens/PRs who fully complete the course and pass the final assessment will be eligible for 50% subsidy.

    You will be eligible for a $1250 subsidy from IBF, which will reduce the net course fee to $1250. This remaining amount can be covered by SkillsFuture Credits.

  • Singapore Citizens who are 40 years old and above and fully complete the course and pass the final assessment will be eligible for 70% subsidy.

    You will be eligible for a $1750 subsidy from IBF, which will reduce the net course fee to $750. This remaining amount can be covered by SkillsFuture Credits.


Check out what students have to say about our courses.

Danial Adam Leong

The instructors are highly knowledgeable to be able to bring across new concepts as well as to explain the practicality of the concepts in the workforce! The atmosphere was also very conducive with meals and drinks being offered. Their follow-up service is also impeccable as they continue to update previous classes regarding new happenings in the data science field. Overall, it was a blast and I'm glad to have signed up for it!

Wenyu See

The environment was really conducive for learning: spacious, with all the necessary amenities. Besides that, the instructor was very passionate, and was well-prepared for class with in-class worksheets to guide. During the lesson there were also teaching assistants who went around the room to provide guidance when help was needed. The TAs contactable via telegram chat should you require any assistance with your homework.

Foo Rong Chang

Excellent course where instructors are both knowledgeable and passionate. There are teaching assistants walking around to assist you in your learning and are more than willing to go out of their way to help you in other languages as well should you need the help. Helpful, friendly and approachable are the traits that they possess and have made the learning journey for us students so much easier and more fun as well!

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