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Upcoming Courses


Learn Data Science Online. Courses by Social Scientists, for Social Scientists.

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Upcoming Courses


Learn Data Science Online. Courses by Social Scientists, for Social Scientists.

upcoming courses

SAGE Campus courses have been developed with a social science academic expert involved at every stage of design, authoring, and development. A key feature of our courses is the learning support we offer - we make sure that you have support and guidance from experts throughout, giving you the best possible online learning experience.

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Why Us


Why Us


Why us?

Here at SAGE Campus we are working with world-leading institutions to bring you a series of online data science courses for social scientists. Social science research is changing and we want to help you gain the skills you need to embrace the data revolution, build a successful career, and, ultimately, produce high quality research.

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Social Science Focus

Developed for social scientists, with tailored content for you and your research.

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World Leading Data Science Institutes
Academically robust courses designed by top data science institutes

 

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Expert Instructor Support

Support and guidance from experts throughout the course

 

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Trusted Quality from SAGE

Our research methods expertise and extensive review process ensures excellence.  

Our Learning Style


Our Learning Style


our learning style

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Practical skills

With our courses you’ll learn through doing, and be able to start applying new skills learned even after week one

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Engaging content

Our courses are interactive: packed with engaging content, activities and video 

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Flexible learning

We have built our courses in bitesize chunks to fit around your busy schedule

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Social Science context

By taking our courses, you’ll learn about data science tools and their relevance in/to social science research