Overview

Our application process has recently changed and we have moved to an open application process. Interested in a specific cohort that works well for you? Apply for that one! Interested in the next cohort? Apply for that one! In other words, we’re always accepting applications. Note that we still need to have deadlines for making offers for each cohort. Those are indicated by the stars in the image above.

Applications for The Data School build with creating a piece of work in Tableau and publishing it to Tableau Public.

To get started complete the following form. We’ll send you a bunch of Tableau resources and more information on submitting your application.



Do we get paid to learn?

Yes, you will be paid to train at The Data School. You will become an employee of The Information Lab on a fixed term contract for two years. Expect to spend four (4) months in the school and then the remainder of the time working on placements with clients. The salary is £30,000 for the first year increasing to £35,000 in the second year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can The Information Lab provide sponsorship for individuals without working visas for the UK.

Not currently. We may offer this in the future. All applicants need to have authorisation to work in the U.K.

What can I do to have the best chance at getting a place?

We’re asking for people to submit work built in Tableau Public. Review the Tableau Public Gallery and check out the featured authors to see the quality of work published by other authors and try to emulate their work. Check out The Data School blog and see what previous cohorts have created to get a sense for the quality we are looking for.

Are there details about what I’ll learn?

The focus of The Data School is to make the students brilliant analysts. To do this, we need to cover a wide variety of hard and soft skills. A great amount of time will be spent learning Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server and Alteryx. You’ll also spend a lot of time learning how to become a good presenter, how to tell stories, how to work with clients, etc. At the end of four months, you’ll be an incredibly well-rounded analyst.