Study

The UCL Interaction Centre offers a range of post-graduate programmes in Human-Computer Interaction, including an MSc taught programme and a PhD research programme.

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MSc in HCI Taught Programme

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.

PhD in HCI Research Programme

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.

Another Programme of interest

Prospective students may also be interested in this multidisciplinary programme offered by Computer Science and the GDI Hub.

Disability, Design and Innovation MSc

Disability Innovation has huge potential to make a fairer world for everybody. To accelerate this movement we need a new generation of pioneers who understand the big picture and can bring together the stakeholders needed to make a difference. Disability, Design and Innovation MSc, are looking for exceptional students with the drive and determination to push the boundaries of this new area of study spanning disability, design, innovation and international development.