The User Experience Design (Hons) degree from Norwich University of the Arts gives you the essential skills to become a successful UX designer – shaping how people engage with digital products and services.
Your learning will focus on applying user experience and digital design principles that are highly prized in today’s fast-changing design industry.
You will use industry-standard technologies and prototyping techniques to develop professional solutions for a range of contexts.
In each case, you will move from research to the creation of user journeys to the design of user experiences that work across multiple digital environments: from desktop to mobile.
Industry-ready UX skills
You will learn how to work with the commercial sector through contact with external businesses via live briefs, UX design agencies and a student-led consultancy.
The project management, communication and collaborative working skills you develop will make your CV and portfolio stand out to employers.
Typical career paths include
- User Interface Designer
- UX Designer
- Interaction Designer
- Digital Designer
- Visual Designer
- Product Manager
- UX Design Manager
- Front End Developer
- Digital Web Designer
- UX Architect
- UX Business Analyst
- Product Marketing Manager
What you will learn:
- Share your first year, and then continue to work alongside graphics students, allowing for a unique cross fertilisation of knowledge, skills and experience
- Develop skills in visual design, problem solving, idea generation, research and user testing, iterative design, coding and psychology
- Through UX design, research and testing, create designs for screen applications and web technologies
- Collaborate with others in a competitive presentation and/or pitch environment, and take part in projects, including competition briefs and other professionally-focused projects
- Complete a research report that puts your practice in context.
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before , National
- Apply before , International
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- A / AS Levels – GCE: 3 A-level qualifications at grades BBB. Where candidates are not taking 3 A-levels, NUA will consider combinations of A-level/AS-level and other Level 3 qualifications
- BTEC Extended Diploma (QCF or RQF): Distinction, Merit, Merit in a science/technical subject (e.g. maths, physics, computer science)
- BTEC Diploma (QCF or RQF): Distinction*, Distinction in a science/technical subject (e.g. maths, physics, computer science)
- UAL Extended Diploma: An overall Merit in a science/technical subject (e.g. maths, physics, computer science)
- Access to Higher Education Diploma (Art and Design): Pass in a science/technical subject (e.g. maths, physics, computer science)
- International Baccalaureate Diploma: A minimum of 27 points
- Your portfolio should be relevant to this course, but you can include a wide range of work that shows your creativity, technical competence, industry awareness and career aspirations.
International15900 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 15900 GBP per year during 36 months.
National9250 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9250 GBP per year during 36 months.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.