MSc Interaction Design promotion video 2018
The MSc in Interaction Design is offered by two Universities bringing together an impressive experience and knowledge in Interaction Design, Human Computer Interaction Design and Online Learning.
According to QS World University Rankings® 2019, Tallinn University is among the top 7% of universities in the World.
Α leading university ranking company, Quacquarelli Symonds Limited, has launched its latest tables. For the first time, Tallinn University is featured in the table, i.e. the top 7%.
According to the ranking system, Tallinn University strengths are international faculty and international students.
Tallinn University still holds a spot in the top 250 in the World in Sociology studies, and has climbed to #69 in the EECA rankings.
See Tallinn University positions in the QS rankings here.
MSc Interaction Design ranked as the “Most Affordable Master’s in Interaction Design and Interactive Media” in the world. – Web Design Degree Center
“CUT offers a highly affordable and fully-online Master’s in Interaction Design, in partnership with Tallin University, a a public research university located in the capital city of Estonia. The curriculum is designed to equip students with marketable skills in design, technology related to User Experience and Human-Computer Interaction. Classes emphasize practice-based learning through group and individual projects in Interactive Design research, development and implementation. The first half of the curriculum consists of courses like Design Theory and Methodology, Sustainability in Interaction Design, and Evaluating User Experience. In the second half of the program, students focus entirely on a major collaborative group research and design project, and on their final thesis. Classes are conducted in English and can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis. With an incredibly affordable tuition of only $81 per credit hour, Cyprus University of Technology easily clinches the rank of #1 Most Affordable Master’s in Interaction Design and Interactive Media.”
The ‘Design Theory and Methodology’ module, taught by Prof. Panayiotis Zaphiris and Andreas Papallas, is offered fully online in English and its current cohort is multi-disciplinary and international coming from more than 25 different countries. The module aims to help students gain a deeper understanding of design as a problem-solving activity in different contexts.
In 2017, the students focused on designing a creative design toolkit and implementing it in generative sessions with stakeholders aiming to foster the inclusion of older people into the digital society. In the last phase of the project, the students were required to join in from around the world to present their work live for feedback and peer review.
Some student examples follow: