Studying at UCLIC
At UCLIC we offer two kinds of postgraduate study:
UCLIC, and before it the UCL Ergonomics Unit, have been training HCI and human factors professionals for over thirty years. We offer three taught courses in Human‐Computer Interaction with Ergonomics at postgraduate level. Each differs in terms of length and the number of study components:
- Master of Science (MSc) – 8 modules and a Summer research project -Runs for 12 months from September.
- Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) – 8 modules only (same as MSc course) -Runs for 9 months from September.
- Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) – 4 modules out of 8 chosen from the diploma course.
We welcome inquiries and applications from well qualified students with an interest in research in Human–Computer Interaction (HCI). If you're interested in applying to study for a PhD in UCLIC, you should check that your research interests fit with those of UCLIC and discuss possible research ideas with the most relevant member of staff in the group.
PhD students are an integral part of our research team,
each pursuing their individual research project within a vibrant,
research-intensive environment. We have regular research seminars and
working lunches, as well as impromptu social events. Students have
access to facilities including an Interaction Research Lab with tools to
facilitate building proto-type technologies, as well as two Usability
labs with eye tracking equipment, motion capture equipment and
biosensors, and excellent libraries in and around UCL. But the most
important element is the people. Please see our PhD pages for more information.
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