- European Statistical System (ESS)
- European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS)
- ESS Vision 2020
- ESS Governance bodies
- Europe 2020 Indicators
- Urban audit
- Eurostat's Reports and Press Releases
- Cooperation with international organisations
- Sustainable Development Indicators
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- European Statistics Day
- World Statistics Day
- European Big Data Hackathon
- IMF - SDDS
- United Nations Statistical Commission (UN STATCOM)
EMOS - Post-graduate education in Official Statistics at European level
What is EMOS?
The European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS) is a network of Master programmes providing post-graduate education in the area of official statistics at European level. EMOS is a joint project of universities and data producers in Europe.
Why EMOS ?
- added value for the Master programme
- combination of theory and hands-on training
- a programme with European dimension
- internships and master thesis topics on specific statistical applications
- great opportunities for a career in EU statistical agencies
How a Master programme is awarded the EMOS label?
- Approved post-graduate programme of all universities based in an EU Member State, EU candidate country or EFTA country
- The applicant Master programmes must be in line with the Bologna process and the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)
Results of the 3rd call for application for awarding EMOS label to master programmes
On 7 February 2019 the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC) unanimously approved the list of Master programmes proposed by EMOS Board to be awarded with the EMOS label.
The Postgraduate Programme in “Statistics and Modelling” of the Department of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) is the first Greek Master Programme that managed to join the select network of Master programmes awarded with the prestigious EMOS label.
The EMOS label will be valid for four academic years, starting from spring 2019 to spring 2023 and it is recognised by all European National Statistical Institutes, Central Banks and other European and national agencies.