Prepare for a career as a Data Scientist
BrainStation’s Online Data Science Bootcamp is a full-time immersive, project-based, online learning experience, designed to transform your skill set and get a job as a Data Scientist.
The program's curriculum is challenging, comprehensive, and constantly updated, ensuring you are always learning the most in-demand data analytics skills, techniques, and tools used by Data Scientists. Led by Educators with experience in the field, you will develop and work on real-world data problems, building a standout portfolio of completed projects.
By the end of the online program, you will have the skills, experience, and confidence needed to dive into a career in data.
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Employed graduates working in-field within 180 days of graduation
Figures based on Outcomes for in-person Diploma programs.
Your Student Journey
Your student journey begins with an admissions challenge, which will introduce fundamental data concepts used by Data Scientists. As you move through the Data Science course, our team will continue to work with you, providing career guidance and professional development, every step of the way.
At your own pace
The admissions challenge will introduce you to the major principles of data science and analytics, which you’ll use throughout the program to solve real analytical and modeling problems.
Working with Data
Learn how to run a database on your machine, and query the data using SQL. You will then apply your SQL knowledge to tackle your first analytics problem.
Learn the fundamental methods of collecting, accessing and storing data, including effective use of relational databases. You will learn the best data science practices of data visualization, and how to use industry tools like Tableau to design engaging visualizations and present recommendations effectively.
Analysis for Data Science
Using Python programming and relevant packages, you will learn how to analyze data sets with statistical methods, and run tests.
Machine Learning Techniques
Gain exposure to cutting-edge applications of data science, including Neural Networks, Deep Learning, advanced machine learning methods, and model evaluation.
Big Data Fundamentals
Produce and deploy models by leveraging the power of cloud-based technology. You will explore multiple techniques used by Data Scientists for processing data on a large scale and use the Hadoop ecosystem to process and store big data.
This data science bootcamp will expose you to a number of topics to prepare you for the data workforce post-program. You will build your portfolio through a capstone project, learn about additional tools and resources, common workflow processes, and new, industry-relevant topics to prepare you for a professional career in data.
Learn From Industry Leading Guest Speakers
BrainStation students get access to exclusive guest lectures and panel discussion events led by some of the world's leading subject matter experts and professionals.
Recent Industry Guests
VP of Marketing at Chief
VP, Brand & Integrated Marketing at Refinery29
Head of EMEA at Shopify Plus
Chief Product Officer at Ellevest
GM & VP of Product at Shopify
Senior Data Scientist at Squarespace
Senior Product Manager at The New York Times
SVP, Data Science and Engineering at Shopify
Co-founder and CEO at Wealthsimple
Chief Design Officer at Airbnb
ECD at Wealthsimple
Head of Marketing at Google
Head, Shaping the Future of Media at World Economic Forum
VP, Digital Strategy & Product at Chipotle
Preparing you for a Career in Data Science
Build Your Portfolio
Build an impressive portfolio of completed projects, showcasing the skills you have developed.
Prepare for Interviews
Get interviewed by a Hiring Manager and a Data Scientist, and receive feedback.
Gain Industry Insights
Build meaningful connections, collaborating virtually with like-minded professionals and industry experts.
Our Student Success Team will work closely with you throughout your student journey, helping you set goals and ensuring you're on track to meet them.
What our students say
I can now understand and even recommend data science solutions while having the confidence to build them myself, which is something I find extremely rewarding.
Ali Mahmood, Senior Analyst, Data Insights & Analytics, Loblaw Companies LimitedRead Full Story
Step Into Your Virtual Classroom
BrainStation's online Data Science Bootcamp provides an unmatched online learning experience, with a world-class learning platform, engaging live classes that emphasize collaboration and feedback, and comprehensive training and development resources.
Work together with fellow professionals in your class by splitting out into breakout rooms. This core part of our classroom experience allows you to get to know your classmates better and dive deeper on hands-on projects.
Online Live is powered by BrainStation's state-of-the-art learning management system. Seamlessly attend live lectures, access course content, work on projects, and more from any device.
BrainStation offers some of the most competitive payment options for digital learning, with a range of flexible plans and scholarship opportunities.
To learn more about your payment options, view our course package.
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How to Apply
BrainStation selects individuals who are committed to earning a career in data, and who will thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative learning environment.
Speak with a Learning Advisor
Submit an Initial Online Application
Receive an Invitation to an Interview
Complete the Admissions Challenge
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between data science and data analytics?
Data Scientists, generally speaking, have more technical knowledge and expertise than Data Analysts. Because of this, data science positions are typically more senior in nature compared to roles that involve data analysis skills.
In BrainStation’s latest Digital Skills Survey, respondents working in data science said the objective of their work was the optimization of an existing platform, product or system (45 percent), or the development of new ones (42 percent). Unpacking their responses, we found that the work of “optimizing existing solutions” tends to fall to Business Analysts and Data Analysts, while the higher-order work of “developing new solutions” more often falls to Researchers and Data Scientists. What this suggests is that Data Scientists, who typically have more experience and more specialized expertise, are more likely to be involved in decision-making at a leadership level.
Will I earn a data science diploma from this bootcamp?
Yes, when you complete the Data Science program, you will earn a BrainStation Data Science Diploma, which can boost your LinkedIn profile and resume, helping you stand out in the job market when starting a new career in data science.
What payment options do you offer?
To help you become a Data Scientist, BrainStation offers some of the most competitive payment options for a data science bootcamp, with a range of flexible plans and scholarship opportunities.
Monthly payment installments
Allowing you to split your tuition into smaller monthly payments.
Get your tuition reimbursed by your employer.
We offer a range of scholarships to make learning data science more accessible.
- Monthly payment installments
What kind of backgrounds do people have that take this data science bootcamp?
Once admitted to BrainStation’s Data Science program, you can expect to learn alongside like-minded, ambitious professionals who have taken the step to transform their skills for a new career in data science.
Professional backgrounds vary quite a bit in the Data Science Bootcamp, as demand for data scientists and data science skills has surged across a range of fields and industries, including finance, marketing, mathematics, engineering, statistics, web development, IT, and more.
80 percent of BrainStation students have a post-secondary education, with 20 percent having earned a Master’s degree or PhD.
What tools and programming languages do we learn?
Students in the Data Science program use Python, R, Hadoop, Tableau, and more to learn statistical methods and data modeling, including regression techniques, machine learning, data visualization, and more.
What is the difference between this and the part-time Data Science course?
BrainStation's Data Science program is an intensive, full-time learning experience, delivered in 12 weeks. The Data Science program builds on past educational and work experiences to transform skill sets and prepare students for a new career in data. Throughout the program, students develop and complete five projects and one major portfolio piece, using real-world data science and data visualization techniques. By the end of the program, graduates will have the skills, experience, and portfolio needed to land a job in data.
BrainStation’s Data Science course, on the other hand, is a flexible, professional development course offered part-time, over 10 weeks. Taught by industry experts, the Data Science course is a project-based, hands-on learning experience, allowing you to develop data science skills and learn the latest data tools and technologies.
What kind of jobs can this bootcamp get me?
Because the work Data Scientists do touches so many different industries and disciplines, the roles Data Scientists can fill go by many different names, including:
- Data Scientist
- Data Analyst
- Data Architect
- Data Engineer
- Database Administrator
- Business Analyst
- Data and Analytics Manager
- Machine Learning Engineer
- Quantitative Analyst
Many other variations exist and these will continue to evolve as data science becomes more prevalent.
What kind of career services do I get?
BrainStation’s Career Success Team is dedicated to creating a learning experience that extends far beyond the classroom, providing a framework for success built on insights and input from technical recruiters, career coaches, BrainStation Educators, and alumni.
The team will help you refine your portfolio, connect you with industry professionals, prepare for the career search and interview process, and showcase your work to peers and hiring partners.
Data Science is In-Demand and Growing
data jobs to be created by 20201
believe improved data skills will improve success at their organization2
of professionals believe AI to be #1 most impactful innovation3
Sources: 1) Pwc, 2) Digital Skills Survey, 3) Digital Skills Survey