MIT Institute of Design
Bachelor of Design
Bachelor of Design 4 Year Programme
Master of Design
Master of Design 2 Year Programme
MITID Innovation Programme
MITID Innovation 1 Year Programme
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26th Oct 2021 & 20th March 2022
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 3 rd April 2022
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Bachelor of Design

The Bachelor of Design is 4 years (8 semesters) duration intensive professional program.

The basic eligibility for admissions in the Bachelor of Design is 10+2 from any stream, (State Boards AISSCE/ IB/ ISC) the students have to clear the admission process comprising of Design Aptitude test followed by studio test & personal interview.

Specializations offered

  • Animation Film Design
  • Film & Video Design
  • Game Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Interior Space & Furniture Design
  • Product Design
  • Retail Design
  • Transportation Design
  • User Experience Design

Fashion Design

  • B.Des Fashion Design
  • B.Des Fashion Communication


1. B. Des Programme : 250 seats
2. B. Des Fashion programmes : 50 seats

The selected learners are given admission to Predesign (Foundation program). All learners at the MITID begin with a special program known as Predesign (Foundation Program) followed by 3 years of specialized studies in any of the disciplines offered in B. Des.

Predesign, it takes its name from the fact that learners for the first time are introduced to a special way of learning that challenges them to reawaken their ability of innovative thinking that has been hitherto lying dormant. The Predesign experience gives the learners, the necessary insight and confidence towards developing values, perspectives, sensorial skills and aesthetic sensitivity essential for an aspirant designer. The learners are introduced to the fundamentals of design and helps develop ways of perception, understanding of multidisciplinary nature of design and relationship of design with human senses and emotions, culture, environment and ecology, So that they are able to work on design problems of general nature, followed by those that are specific to all the fields of design they would select later.