From what I've seen universities only offer graphic design,media design courses but nothing in connection with mobile/web design and interaction design.
I graduated from FH Potsdam and really enjoyed my time in the Interface Design program. Has been around since 2003 and after getting the basics of design, you can set your own focus. Some students dive into physical computing, some explore data visualisation and others just go for screen design.
Here are more projects from graduates: http://interface.fh-potsdam.de/showcase/what/
I've been looking into this http://www.dh.umu.se/en/education/programmes/mfa-in-interaction-design/ course in Sweden and this http://ciid.dk/education/interaction-design-programme/ in Denmark.
They might kickstart your further search.
I think you'll not find anything that specific. I can't imagine a degree teaching you just UI/UX during 3 years.
Here's a MSc on User Experience design: http://www.kingston.ac.uk/postgraduate-course/user-experience-design-msc/
Interaction design in the other hand is a degree you can get in a few places in the UK: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/study/ug/digitalinteractiondesign/http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/isgisgub/https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/study-at-northumbria/courses/interactive-media-design-ft-uufimd1/
The University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany offers an "Interface Design" programme. Unfortunately they do not have an english version of their website, but you can check out some of their projects here: http://idl.fh-potsdam.de/about-idl/
Worth mentioning: Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. It's a calendar-year-long program.
I'd recommend checking out Loughborough Design School (part of the university).
Another school in Copenhagen. It's a 3 year course http://www.dmjx.dk/international/about/undergraduate-programmes/interactive-design
Northumbria's Interactive Media Design and Dundee's equivalent are amazing UK based courses. CIID in Denmark is great as well!
Thank you all of U!