While various articles mention that UX Designers earn up to $50,000+ in their first year, in the Philippines, the number is much closer to $7,000 to $12,000. Enrolling in a Master’s Degree or a UX bootcamp means shelling out an equivalent of 1 to 2 year’s salary, just for the possibility of securing your first full-time UX job. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have a completion rate of 6-13% for their 30-minute to 2-hour pre-recorded UX classes. With these limited choices for UX education, you’re often left on your own to understand the full breadth of UX.
UX+ University allows anyone in the Philippines, regardless of background or experience, to learn UX and transition into a UX career. Our classes are taught online, part-time, so that you don’t have to take a leave from work or quit your existing job. We have instructors that are committed to your progress and teach you each step of UX from scratch.
After graduation, you’ll end up with three UX case studies for your portfolio. Our career coaches will assist you in fixing your CV, preparing you for interviews, and helping you find a suitable UX role. Best of all, you’ll get world-class UX education at a rate that’s not prohibitive, and much more affordable relative to the market income for new UX Designers.
You can also opt for an Income Share Agreement (ISA), with no obligation to pay for tuition until you’re hired.