Applications are now open for the MSc Design Ethnography 2012/13 academic year starting this September, at the University of Dundee, UK.
The MSc Design Ethnography course provides students from a wide range of backgrounds with an opportunity to immerse themselves in the tools, techniques and controversies of user research and design ethnography. It aims to address an industry need for user/design researchers, design and business professionals who are sensitive to the complexities of delivering high value user data and insight, in global and multi-cultural design and business settings. If you want to be part of the continued growth of design ethnography: adding value to business, design and innovation, get in contact and join us in Dundee.
The MSc Design Ethnography programme guide comes in two parts:
- Programme Guide Part 1 provides a general overview of and background to the masters programme and is aimed at current students and those interested in finding out more about what we do.
- Programme Guide Part 2 provides a detailed breakdown of the masters programme and is aimed at current students.
We welcome students from a wide range of backgrounds – the only things all our gang have in common are insatiable curiosity about people, the world we live in, and design!
If you would like to apply, follow these two simple steps:Step 1. Email Dr Cat Macaulay, Programme Director to arrange an informal chat: email@example.com
Step 2. Visit the University of Dundee admissions page for entrance requirements and fees and funding information: