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Review requirements for the program, including some characteristics of an ideal candidate to MFA Interaction Design: a human-centered practitioner with a cross-disciplinary background and set of interests and equal parts abstract thinker and craftsperson. Learn more

Design a Portfolio

Consider what your portfolio says about you and your work when you apply. A portfolio should have five key characteristics: concept, craft, communication, process, and empathy. When considering each portfolio piece, consider how each might contribute to your story. Learn more

Take a Tour

Stop by our Flatiron studio in New York City for a tour, to attend a class, or to have a chat with the staff, students, or faculty. Learn more

Connect with Students

Reach out to current MFA Interaction Design students and alumni if you're interested in what it’s like to attend the program from a student’s perspective Learn more


Who is the ideal candidate for the Interaction Design program? Do you prefer people with working experience or people directly out of undergraduate programs? Learn more

Is it a full-time program, or can I take courses part-time, remotely? Learn more

Can I maintain a full-time or part-time job while pursuing the degree? Learn more

What is the size of the program? Learn more

What should be included in my portfolio? Learn more

What is the cost of tuition for the program? Learn more

What are my options for financial aid? Learn more

Does SVA offer scholarships? Learn more

Does SVA offer internships or assistantships? Learn more

Is there a TOEFL requirement? Learn more