Due to a record number of applications we have now closed to new applications for 2017.
In September 2016 we welcomed our first cohort of students to the newly structured MSc programme in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). For over forty years, the UCL Interaction Centre, and before it the UCL Ergonomics Unit, has been training HCI and human factors professionals. In revamping the MSc HCI programme we have preserved the core strengths of our programme while incorporating the new skills and knowledge needed by the HCI professionals of tomorrow.
The MSc HCI programme runs over a full calendar year, starting in September. Students can also study on a part-time basis over two or three years. Students can also study for a shorter time by completing our programme as a Post-Graduate Diploma (PGDip) or a Post-Graduate Certificate (PGCert). Please see our Prospective Taught Students section for more information.
We offer a PhD research programme in HCI. Our students can be registered in either one of our parent departments, Psychology and Language Sciences or Computer Science. Please see our Prospective Research Students section for more information.