Domain: Teaching

Themes: Assistive & Accessible Technology, Inclusive Design

MSc Disability, Design and Innovation at UCL

Location: UK

Technology has the potential to change lives, no more so than in the emerging area of disability innovation. We're looking for the next generation of pioneers. Visit the UCL prospectus to find out more.

General Information

About the course

Design engineering meets global policy and the societal context of disability. This multidisciplinary programme takes theory into practice - harnessing academic excellence, innovative approaches and co-creation to tackle global challenges from a new perspective. Graduating students will have the skills and knowledge to apply design thinking to the complex problem of disability, with potential career paths of Inclusive Design and Innovation, Global policy and Research, Disability Rights, International Development, Accessibility and Assistive technologies or founding their own start-ups.

This programme is a unique opportunity to study across three top London institutions (UCL, Loughborough University London and the London College of Fashion). The MSc will be awarded by UCL.

Academic Director, Professor Catherine Holloway Lunch Hour Lecture "Assistive Technology as an Innovation Leader - A Vision for the Future"

A group of students sat around a table working with an assistive device