Group Size
3 Weeks
Course fee
Course Syllabus


After completing this course, students will be able to use Python to solve real problems involving large data sets. They will be comfortable working in Jupyter Notebooks and be knowledgeable of various Python libraries, understanding the capabilities and uses for common libraries like NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib.

What you will be able to do after the class:

 Identify/Characterize/Define a data problem

Create your own program to solve your workplace problems

Implement a solution to a data problem using a Python program

Read most Python code written by other programmers

Have brief understanding about Data Science & practical skills in Web-Scraping with Python

Course Description

In this 3-week part time course, you will learn the fundamentals of software programming with Python. You will acquire basic data analytics and visualization skills as you progress from using simple data sets to more complex, large data sets.

The classroom and learning environment is designed to be practical and allow students to quickly apply new skills to real world problems and work with real datasets.

Unit 1: Introduction to Python

Unit 2: Write real programs using Loop, Conditionals & Function

Unit 3: Advanced knowledge & Introduction to Data Science

Next Course Information

Hong Kong

Time & Duration: 3 Weeks, Mondays and Wednesdays 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Next Course Date: 04 June 2018

Language: English

*Promotion: Join with a friend and you will both receive an 10% discount

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Morris Wong
Morris is currently a data scientist at an e-commerce startup. His specialises in various data pipelines designs, such as model training and evaluation pipelines and data collection and cleaning pipelines. Prior to his current role, Morris is a recent graduate from HKUST business school, but had decided to become a software developer instead of a typical business school grad.

Learn to solve real-world problems using Python

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