Bachelors in Design


This degree is applicable for those students who have a passion for designing a dress for a model, planning and designing the interior of a space, designing an event, VFX, or even interior fixture, then B.Des is a course for you.

This is a full-time 4-year course with a curriculum that includes visual arts and communication, exhibition design, product design, etc. And in the current time, with the rise of multimedia, graphic design, interface design and more such vocational subjects have made their way to the curriculum. While pursuing this course, the student does internships, competitions and conventions that provide the much needed professional exposure. One can choose internships and events of personal choice and across the globe.

All these create exposure and a term of experience to realize if this industry is your type or not. This form of education is important for one to get an understanding of the people around you and to build a good relationship with them, that may be needed either for them or by you in the future. All courses and careers related to design and fashion, require creativity and thinking out of the box mentality. Being professional is all about thinking something different than others, and bringing new ideas in a new style, catching the minds of others.


Eligibility Criteria- Those who passed 12th after having qualified well in exams.

Particular age limit is there for this course, varies as per the institute or college that you are looking for.

Students from any stream can join.


Job Opportunities

  • Technical Assistant
  • Interior Design Fresher trainee
  • Marketing manager
  • Interior Designing Assistant
  • Business Development Manager
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • 3D Artist


Entrance Exam

  • National Institute of Design Entrance Exam (NIDDAT)
  • Undergraduate Common Entrance Exam for Design (UCEED)
  • School of Fashion Technology Common Entrance Test (SOFT CET)


Colleges offering this course

  • National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)
  • Army Institute of Fashion and Design
  • Vogue Institute of Art and Design
  • The Oxford College of Science
  • T. John College.

Since any design course is an interactive course, the growth and progress are subjective. Designing courses gives graduates the flexibility to either specialise or practice on their own.