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Department of Statistics

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Microsoft Excel is a widely used software tool in many fields, and students may find it beneficial to develop skills in using this software. Students are empowered towards the following skills:

Data analysis: Post-graduate students may need to analyze large datasets as part of their research or coursework. Excel has powerful tools for organizing, sorting, and filtering data, as well as for performing calculations and creating charts and graphs to visualize data trends.

Financial modeling: The students can apply the tools in different fields such as business, finance, or economics to build financial models to analyze data and make predictions. Excel is an excellent tool for creating and manipulating financial models, including cash flow projections, valuation models, and scenario analysis.

Project management: Students could manage projects and track progress through Excel via tools for creating project timelines, tracking tasks, and identifying dependencies.

Presentation and communication: Excel can be used to create professional-looking charts, graphs, and tables, which can be included in presentations or reports. It is also a useful tool for summarizing complex data in a way that is easy to understand.

In addition to these practical applications, learning Excel can also improve students' analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as their ability to work with large datasets and manage complex projects. These skills are valuable in many fields and can help students succeed in their careers.