Want to see undergraduate courses? See undergraduate degrees in User Experience Design in Spain
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User Experience Design (sometimes referred to as UXD or UX Design) is very human centred, and is becoming more and more central to the desires of brands and companies when they are considering how they want their products and services to be presented to consumers. As a user experience designer, you will play an important role in creating products and services that have the user experience at the forefront, improving the customer experience and increasing the success of the brand.
During a masters in User Experience Design, you will build upon the knowledge and skills that you gained at undergraduate level. Some examples of modules you could study include:
Spain offers a wide range of courses and programmes at all levels of higher education, from undergraduate to Masters, PhD and even post-doctoral. Health-related programmes are a particularly popular choices for those who wish to study abroad in Spain, which is not surprising as Spain is among the EU countries with comparatively fewer restrictions on entry to the medical profession. There are around 85,000 international students choosing to study in Spain each year, so you would be in good company.
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