Inter­action Design

Interaction Design deals with how we interact with the world around us, focusing on experiences, digital products and services.

The ongoing revolution of technology has increased our need for new experiences, systems and products. Interaction designers aim to create the future that adds value to people’s lives by focusing on humans, their needs, behaviours and values, and also take into consideration the environment around us.

Fast Facts

2 years

Form of Study
Cycle studies, Thu–Sat

Level / Language
MA / English

Tuition Fee
2600€ / 3900€ / per year

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Admissions – 01. February – 01. March 2022

No previous design background required.

Language Requirements
English proficiency at B2 level

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News and events


EKA Interaction Design students took part of a cooperative games workshop in France

Tanel Kärp (Head of IxDma program) and Jekaterina Suharenko (IxDma graduate 21’; Project Coordinator at EKA) with 8 students from EKA (6 people from Interaction Design MA and 2 from Product design BA) went to France for a week to participate in a workshop that is a part of the project "Digital Tools for Creative Collaboration" funded by Erasmus+. The project is aiming at providing an ...

Public play event “Don´t lose, but let loose”

Public play event “Don´t lose, but let loose” will take place on 10th May 18-19 at EKA caffeteria hole (A100).  And playground is open for the whole day. This is part of course “Design for play”, which is led by Eva Liisa Kubinyi. Until we play!

Look mom, with hands!

Join us from 12:00 till 19:00 on Saturday 2nd to discuss Tangible Interactions and enjoy tangible drinks at the Gallery Cafe in Rotermanni.  How would your smartphone apps look like if there was no touchscreen interface? Which senses would they need to stimulate in order for your interactions to be effective and purposeful? See, hear, touch, smell, taste – senses that can go far beyond ...

Visiting Guest Lecturer Form: Meghan Lazier

Meghan Lazier is a designer based in Washington, DC. She’s known for using design to create better policy. She’s worked on creating systems that put people first in federal government, banking, and health care—spaces that don’t traditionally value design. Her work has been featured in featured in the New York Times and Fast Company. Name: Meghan Lazier Position: Fulbright Scholar Relation to ...

Interaction Design MA programme online info session

EKA Interaction Design MA programme invites prospective Master’s students to join the online info session on Monday, January 24, 2022 at 17:00 (Tallinn time, GMT+2). You'll have an opportunity to hear about the mission and philosophy of the programme, learn about student experiences and see their projects, take a virtual tour in our studios, and meet and ask questions directly from the ...

EKA Interaction Design MA programme’s Online Open House

EKA Interaction Design MA programme invites prospective MA students to join the programme’s Online Open House on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 17:00 (GMT+2). This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme, and to meet and ask questions directly from the department staff and current students. The open house event will be hosted online over Zoom. If you would like to attend, ...

IxD MA case study: Human-Centred Design meets Professional Healthcare

For the Design for Social Innovation class of 2020, EKA IxD MA students partnered with the North Estonian Medical Center (PERH), the largest healthcare provider in Estonia, to tackle four distinct challenges. The common wish was to deliver practical results, interventions that PERH could implement straight away. This meant a considerable amount of work during the seven-week timeframe. Here ...
  • I wanted to study Interaction Design at an art school, not a university. There are only very few art schools in Europe that offer a Master’s in that field, and Estonia seemed to offer a great heritage in art as a country, so I decided on EAA. Thanks to the programme, I’ve gained a very solid foundation in design thinking, prototyping and project-based design execution. All of the projects are hands-on; there is a real product at the end, which is very satisfying. Although most of the projects happen in collaboration with industry partners, you can still deliver more abstract and conceptual work, and sometimes for the industry partners this is even more inspiring. The programme has helped me to structure my projects from ideation to the final product — in a team and on my own.
    Roland Arnoldt
    Class of 2018


Tanel Kärp

Tanel Kärp

Visiting Associate Professor, Head of Curriculum

Mari-Liis Siig (8)

Mari-Liis Siig

Study Specialist of International Curricula, International Students Admission

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