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M.Sc. in Statistics


Studies Objective

The postgraduate program of M.Sc. in Statistics provides specialized knowledge at postgraduate level to graduates of Greek and foreign Universities in the basic fields of Statistics and Probability.

The program’s objective is to train postgraduate students to the following fields:

Classes take place 4 mornings per week.


The study program mainly aims at full training and specialization of scientists with statistical or mathematical knowledge, in the science of Statistics and its applications, in order to be able to deal with and solve various problems in a quantitative way, both in the public and private sector.


Change to the old M.Sc. in Statistics program (until 2022-23)


In the first semester, a total of four (4) courses are offered (a total of 30 ECTS) which are compulsory for all students. In the second semester, successful attendance is required in two (2) of the three (3) compulsory (C) courses (7.5 ECTS each, total 15 ECTS) and in four (4) elective (E) courses (total 12 ECTS) coming from a list of courses from the three (3) course groups. Also, the successful attendance of short courses (total 2 ECTS) as well as the attendance of research seminars (1 ECTS) are required. In the third semester, students prepare a thesis (30 ECTS).

1st Semester



2nd Semester


Each student selects two (2) of the three (3) compulsory (C) courses and four (4) elective (E) courses coming from the list of courses from the three (3) course groups.

Data Analytics

Statistical Data Science

Finance and Stochastics

All course groups

3rd Semester

Dissertation Thesis (30 ECTS)

The programs regulation can be found here.

Proclamation for the academic year 2023 - 24.

Complaint Form.

Quality Assurance Policy for the M.Sc. in Statistics can be found here (in Greek).

Probability Theory
Statistical Inference
Applied Statistics
Computational Statistics and Big Data
Theory and Applications of Stochastic Processes
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