The programme prepares graduates for positions as product designers, interaction designers, R&D specialists, and usability consultants, as well as for design-centred research activities.
Design for Interaction
Graduates of the programme have been hired in recent years by companies such as Philips, Vodafone, HP, Microsoft, TomTom, Océ, and many smaller firms, and by design and market research agencies.
With the specialisation Medisign
Graduates who specialise in Medisign are all-round engineers who have experience in design in an inter-disciplinary team in the medical field. In this growing field, there are abundant design opportunities. Participants in the Medisign programme have found jobs at medical design companies like Indes and Spark Design, as well as multinationals active in the medical equipment field such as Philips Medical, Drager and Siemens.
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