The Indian Institute of Art and Design (IIAD), in collaboration with Kingston University London, offers a creative, studio-based education through its three rigorous bachelors degree programmes in:
Located in New Delhi, the Institute will draw naturally upon its access to the capital's diverse tradition of crafts and textiles, as much as to its rich history in architectural design. Even so, the endeavour at IIAD will be to produce professionals with a unique aesthetic sensibility and a thorough grounding in modern technologies to suit the dynamism and competitive standards of the global design industry.
For further information on the nature of this relationship, and its benefits to students, read our list of frequently asked questions (PDF).
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Kingston University is delighted to offer our BBA course with the Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) trust in Mumbai to provide an alternative way to study a Kingston University degree.
For the following course, you can study the first two years of your Kingston University degree at SVKM's Institute of International Studies in Mumbai and then undertake your third and final year at Kingston University in the UK:
You also have the option of spending a fourth year in a work placement as an integral part of the course. You will graduate with a Kingston University degree.
It is a very cost-effective way to study for a UK bachelor degree, as you would save considerable costs both in fees and living expenses by spending the first two years in Mumbai, whilst still gaining the international experience and a Kingston University degree by transferring to the UK in the final year.
The collaboration has been running since 2006 and, on average, there are 40–50 students joining the course each year. We have seen more than 200 students graduating via this programme to date and are extremely proud of their success.
For further information visit the Shri Vile Kelavani Mandal's Institute of International Studies website.