Subsidised Places for Students

We are pleased to provide our support to students through offering subsidised places to students who would like to attend the following selected courses organised by Timberlake Consultants. Students are able to apply for a 50% discount off the listed course fees for students where published on our website. Through this initiative, we aim to assist the learning and development of students who seek to strengthen their current research and future careers with the knowledge of statistical and econometric analysis.

Subsidised places are available on our following courses:

Public attendance short courses:

Course Title Course Start Date Deadline for Applications
Advances in Causal Inference using Stata
Spatial Panel Econometrics using Stata
Regression Analysis with Stata: A Hands-On Approach
Stata Programming & Managing Large Datasets
Econometrics of Program Evaluation using Stata
Data Management using Stata
Multivariate Analysis with Stata
Introduction to Machine Learning using Stata
What Sample Size Do I Need? with Stata
18-19 Feb 2019
21-22 Mar 2019
28-29 Mar 2019
1-4 Apr 2019
15-17 Apr 2019
25-26 Apr 2019
29-30 Apr 2019
13-15 May 2019
17 May 2019
12 Jan 2019
21 Feb 2019
28 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
15 Mar 2019
25 Mar 2019
29 Mar 2019
13 Apr 2019
17 Apr 2019

Stata Workshop in Time Series

Course Title Course Start Date Deadline for Applications
Course 1: Univariate Time Series Models
Course 2: Multivariate Time Series Models
Course 3: Financial Time Series Models
6 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
8 Feb 2019
18 January 2019
18 January 2019
18 January 2019

Who is eligible to apply for the subsidised price?

Masters and PhD students from academic institutions around the world are eligible.

How can you obtain a subsidised price?

In order to take part and apply for the 50% discount off standard course charges. Students will need to answer the following questions:

  • Please provide a summary of your thesis/research interests.
  • How does attending this course benefit you
  • What are your future career goals
  • Please list and describe any contributions (academic or social) you have made to the university you are attending or to the field of your research in 2016/17.

Guidelines for Applications

Your submission needs to be written in English and sent to us in a readable format (ideally Microsoft Word, PDF or .txt file) and should be no longer than 2 x A4 pages. The document file name should identify your name and the course that you are applying for. For example, ‘YourFirstNameYourLastName-PanelDataAnalysis.doc’

The document should then be sent to us by email to:

In the email, you must include full contact information (email address, postal address and contact telephone number) and attach a copy of your student card which displays an expiry date. If your card does not have an expiry date then an official letter from your University confirming your student status and also stating the date of completion of your course will be required. In the subject line of your email, you must write the following “Application for Subsidised Place”.

Your application must reach us before the deadlines for applications noted above. Following submission of your application, you will receive an email from us acknowledging your submission and its validity as well as further details and the outcome of your application.

Terms & Conditions

  • Students can only apply for the subsidised place for one course at a time.
  • Submission of entries after the deadline for applications date will not be considered.
  • Timberlake Consultants reserve the right to not provide explanations to delegates who are unsuccessful in their application.

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