Master's Degree Programme Survey Statistics

Master's programme in brief

What does Survey Statistics mean?

Survey Statistics is concerned with the analysis of quantitative data collected from populations or institutions. For this reason it can be applied to a large spectrum of disciplines such as social and economic sciences, psychology, medicine and biology. The data are collected by national statistics, scientific research institutions and also by institutions of market and opinion research. Further information.

Short profile

FacultySocial and Economic Sciences
DegreeMaster (accompanying the studies)
Academic degreeMaster of Science (M. Sc.)
Regular study period4 semesters
Study startWinter term and summer term
Study modeFull-time or part-time



The Master's degree programme Survey Statistics has passed successfully the accreditation process in 2013. With the primary accreditation until 30 September 2018, the Master's degree programme Survey Statistics does correspond in full extent to the demanded high quality standards of the Accreditation Council. With its logical and strategic targets, contents, structure, internationality as well as its increase of competences and qualifications in its scientifique environment, learning infrastructure and general conditions at Bamberg university, this master programme can be regarded as unique in the academic landscape. 

"Without any doubts it can be assumed that the Master Survey Statistics graduates are perfectly prepared to admit a highly qualified employment. The study programme fills - and this may rarely be stated as clearly and precisely - a gap on the labor market."
[Recapitulatory evaluation of the Agency for Quality Assurance by Accreditation of Study Programmes

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