Data collection

Knowledge is power. In this modern day and age, companies have more data than ever. Financial records, marketing reports, client reports –and all of that tells a story. And successful professionals know how to read that story. Do you want your business to stay competitive in your field? Do you want to become an invaluable expert on the job market, headhunted by big companies? Take one of our Data Collection courses. Find out how data comes together, what it means and how to interpret it. Learn from our expert teachers and use our unique study approach to become a key asset to the modern workforce. Sign up today, pick a course and start your journey up the career ladder!

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Modern companies work with huge amounts of data - think marketing data, sales numbers, financial statistics, etc. A business that wants to stay competitive must be effective at gathering relevant data, analyzing it and drawing proper conclusions.    Which is to say that businesses heavily rely on data analysts. And seeing as the amount of data to sort through will only increase, good data analysts are likely to stay a valuable part of the business world. 

Data collection is booming. Constantly working with huge amounts of data has opened up many new opportunities - and job positions. Several companies have reported that data analysis has made them more competitive and helped their profits - which, in turn, means it's an area they're looking to invest more in. Overall, data analysis in an exciting, growing industry full of possibilities.  - employerSpeaks


Good business decisions are based on data. Data-driven marketing and decision-making is what lets us consistently monitor performance, draw conclusions and adjust campaigns and business models accordingly. With digitalization on the rise, there are tools professional data analysts use in order to monitor everything in real-time - and our courses aim to show you how to use those tools and interpret the data they bring you.   

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There are constant technological developments in the field of data collection. New algorithms and analysis methods are making it easier to predict your clients' behavior based on past actions - it's almost like predicting the future. That's what Netflix does, for example. They look at shows you've seen and then make an educated guess as to what you'd enjoy next.    Many online services and businesses have also started offering their clients a personalized experience based on a client profile - a profile created through data analysis. In the digital age we live in, the possibilities truly are endless. 

As a data analyst, my job lets me use my technical expertise to help the business in a more practical manner. I work with clients in different sectors, and I'm often working on several projects at the same time. My job keeps me engaged, and there's always something exciting going on. Every project is a new challenge.  - exStudentSpeaking

Thomas Verlinden
Thomas Verlinden


I've noticed that our data collection graduates are usually quick to find a job in their field. Companies are dealing with a lot nowadays, and they're always trying to stay ahead of the competition - which means interpreting data quickly, efficiently and reliably. Which is exactly where you come in. Knowing how to determine good and bad data sets, and develop conclusions and recommendations, is a skill that companies value highly. 


  • The average marketer uses about 24 tools as part of their job 
  • About 30% of a company's marketing budget is usually spent on data analysis