MSc in Design for Health and Wellbeing at University of Limerick

Posted 19.06.20

The MSc in Design for Health and Wellbeing is based on working and co-designing with stakeholders right across health care, from hospitals, to mental health services, to public health, to wellbeing of consumers in society.

The Masters is delivered predominantly in a design studio environment, cultivating a culture of creativity, peer learning and transdisciplinary exploration. The core design modules are based on project work, problem solving and creativity, that centres on collaboration, human-centred design and contemporary design processes. Students work across domains and at the borders of design and other disciplines.

Full-time and part-time programmes are running from September 2020 onwards and open for enrollment at present. More information available here.

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