Teradata University Network Brings Its Fourth Annual Data Challenge



The Teradata University Network (TUN) is a free, web-based portal that provides teaching and learning tools that are used by more than 45,000 students around the world, majoring in everything from information systems, management or computer science to finance, marketing or accounting.

TUN is all set to organize their fourth Data Challenge, where all student teams will be provided with the same multiple data sets and questions from their non-profit partner: National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) to analyze the provided data and business questions related to their Bike MS program and present their findings and results.

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The 2018 Teradata PARTNERS Conference is to take place in Las Vegas from October 14-18 2018. Students from all over Pakistan are invited to take part in this competition. The submissions for the competition are open till the 30th of April and the finalists will be announced on the 1st of June 2018. The presentations will take place on the 14th to 15th October.

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The selected finalists will be awarded with one TUN PARTNERS Student Scholarship that will be given to the main presenter and one TUN PARTNERS Faculty Scholarship that will cover the conference registration fee, conference meals, and gala events for both individuals ($2395 value each). However, students and faculty will be responsible for their own travel costs. Special discounted academic rates are available for additional students and faculty to attend the conference.

NMSS is a non-profit organization based in New York City with chapters located throughout the United States. The organization funds research, advocates for social and political change, provides education, and sponsors services that help people with multiple sclerosis and their families.

To read more on the challenge, please log onto the Teradata University Network website.