User Experience Design

SubjectCommunications, Design


Type of DegreeBSc

CostEUR 2,314

Cost non-EUEUR 8,375

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Are you looking for a Bachelor's degree that would foster your user experience design and research skills as you learn how to create digital products and services?

The Hague University of Applied Sciences offers environment in which you are challenged to experiment with technology and research and try out new ways to create and evaluate experiences. You learn to research, design and create by combining academic content with hands-on practice.

Over the course of the "User Experience Design" programme, you will develop into an inquisitive, critical designer capable of prototyping innovative concepts based on solid user research.

The programme is taught entirely in English, and takes three years to complete.

What will you learn in the "User Experience Design" programme at The Hague University of Applied Sciences?

In the first year you learn the fundamentals of user experience (UX) topics. There is ample room to learn, to discover and to experiment in order to acquire knowledge and skills. You finish the year with an inspiring project in which you apply what you have learned.

In the second year you deepen your knowledge about UX, research and design. You acquire competences in collaboration with fellow students and professionals by working on projects and internships that deal with topics from industry or society.

In the third year you can focus on a subject of your choice by following a minor. You will complete the CMD-UX programme with a company-based graduation project integrating all aspects of UX research and design.

Which topics are covered in the programme?

  • User Experience
  • Design
  • User Research
  • Programming
  • Prototyping
  • Reflection on Values and Technology


This programme is accredited by NVAO.


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