Master Data-driven Design
This one-year long programme is divided into four ten-week blocks, during which you follow courses from each learning track - Concepts, Technology and Human. In the last block you work on your graduation project.
Useful to know
|Application Deadline||Non-EU/EEA students: 30 April, EU/EEA students: 31 July, Dutch students: 31 August|
|Programme level||Master of Arts (MA)|
|Location||Heidelberglaan 15 Utrecht|
|Practical Information||Costs, Admission requirements, Housing, Immigration|
|Croho-name||M Data-driven Design|
During the programme
The Data-driven Design (DDD) curriculum is built around three learning tracks: Concept, Technology and Human. You will learn in a programme of three themed ten-week blocks. You finish with the graduation block.
After your graduation
After completing this programme, you are able to combine your domain expertise with data skills, knowledge of emerging business structures, and an understanding of the various forms in which digital transformation takes place.
How to apply
Can’t wait to start? Find out which steps you need to take.
Online open evenings
Do you want some personal advice? Meet us online between 8 and 19 November.
What's your tuition Fee?
Does this programme suit you?
Combination of various disciplines
The programme distinguishes itself from the existing master programmes by combining data, design and business.
Strong connection with relevant businesses
The programme was developed in co-creation with representatives of the professional field. Our education and research are firmly rooted in the local business environment.
Perfect continuation of your HU-bachelor
The programme is a perfect follow-up of your bachelors in Creative BusinessBusiness, Communication and Multimedia Design or Journalism. But it also fits well with other programmes of other Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences.
"I chose this programme because I was looking for a hands-on and engaging master's degree in the design field."Alessandro Monolo (27) Student
"This programme suits me because it covers all the important aspects going further in designing a user experience: technology, human and concept."Illona Fedora (27) Student