/BSc (Hons) Digital User Experience (UX)

Provided by: Manchester Metropolitan University

Course Area: North West

Course Code: 1420

Course Type: Degree Apprenticeship

Start date: 20200928

End date: 20240630

Subjects: Coding, Product Design, User Experience Design

Price: Paid by Employer

Delivery Method: Face to face

Course overview

The Digital User Experience (UX) Professional Degree Apprenticeship is an innovative blend of higher education and work-based learning.

 

The programme will develop you into a confident Digital UX Professional so you can work in a wide range of businesses, from creative and tech to manufacturing or finance.

 

You could work in many roles including as a UI (User Interface) Designer, a UX or User Researcher, an Interaction Designer or a UX Product Manager.

Who is this course for

If you would love to have a career as a Digital UX Professional, then a Degree Apprenticeship is a fantastic option to get ahead and earn while you learn, in this fast-developing profession.

 

As a Digital User Experience (UX) degree apprentice you will work full-time at one of the country’s leading employers or innovative SMEs, while studying towards a fully accredited Digital User Experience (UX) Degree with Manchester Metropolitan University.

 

Candidates for the Degree Apprenticeship should have a minimum of 104 UCAS tariff points at A2 (Grades BCC) or an equivalent e.g. BTEC DMM. You will also need Maths and English Language GCSE grade A*-C. We will individually evaluate candidates who do not meet these requirements, but have workplace experience.

What will I learn

The Digital User Experience Degree Apprenticeship will be delivered in a block attendance model of ‘learning sprints’ at the University, reflecting industry practice. There will be six learning sprints per year, each four days long, giving a total of 24 days of face-to-face teaching per annum.

 

This course will be based initially in the new Arts and Humanities building, before being permanently homed in the innovative School of Digital Art (SODA) which opens in 2021.

 

On this four-year programme you will learn to investigate, analyse and design the experience that people have with digital products and services, both current and emerging. Apprentices will find ways that these interactions can be implemented, improved and optimised over time. As you will also be working full-time, you can put your skills straight into practice.

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