Applying to Anant

Education at Anant is contemporary, globally relevant, multidisciplinary, industry-ready and focused on sustainability and design thinking.

Applicants can apply to any of the following programmes: Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Technology in Climate Change, Bachelor of Visual Arts, Master of Design – Integrated Product Design, Master of Architecture, Doctoral Programme. Anant also offers two unique programmes such as the Anant Fellowship for Sustainability and Built Environment and Anant Fellowship for Climate Action.

Read about the programme of your choice and get all the information required to apply and study at India’s first DesignX university.


The eligibility for admission to 1st year of the 5-year BArch degree programme for the academic year 2023- 2024 shall be conducted as per Council of Architecture (Minimum Standards of Architectural Education) Regulations. The eligibility in terms of Regulations is as under:

  • Candidates must have cleared Class XII examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Biology or Technical Vocational Subjects or Computer Science or Information Technology or Informatics Practices or Engineering Graphics or Business Studies with a minimum of 45% marks.
  • Alternatively, the candidate must have cleared the 10+3 diploma examination with Mathematics as a compulsory subject and has a minimum of 45% or equivalent CGPA.
  • Candidate must have qualified in the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) examination and secured a valid score


Read the following documents to know more about NATA

COA Letter and NATA Brochure


Seats allocated for ACPC*50

*Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) is a body constituted by the Government of Gujarat to regulate the admission of candidates to the professional degree courses including Architecture. For details, visit:

*The admission will be subject to intake sanctioned by the Council of Architecture (CoA), New Delhi and affiliation with the concerned university at the time of counselling.

*Intake is as per academic year-2021-22- subject to change as per the approval of the Council of Architecture (CoA).

Admission Process - All India Quota

Apply For B.Arch Online (All India Quota)
Assessment based on 12th examination marks and NATA score
Generation of Merit List
Offer Letter
Induction programme

Admission Process - ACPC

Candidates seeking admissions through ACPC must book an appointment before visiting the university for the admission process. To book an appointment, mail at

Please carry the below-mentioned documents during your visit:

  • Admission letter issued by ACPC

  • Token payment slip of INR 20,000/- paid at ACPC

  • Copy of ACPC registration letter

  • Grade XII Marksheet OR Diploma (10+3) Marksheet

  • Mathematics result for Diploma students

  • School Leaving Certificate / Transfer Certificate

  • NATA-1 & NATA-2 scorecard

  • Caste Category Certificate -SC/ST/EWS/SEBC-with non-creamy layer

  • Aadhar Card

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Anant has tailored its design pedagogy from the perspective of offering solutions to challenges of the world. It focuses on design, architecture, built environment and climate as tools for problem-solving. It offers a host of options in terms of Majors and Minors that allow students to choose a specialisation and design their experience at the University. All first-year Anant students undergo a common foundation programme to instil in them an understanding of the fundamentals of design and architecture, develop skills to comprehend, interpret design elements and sensitise them to the real-world issues. Anant has academicians and domain experts as faculty members who bring to the table, the most cutting edge know-how to the table. Our international partners give the university a cosmopolitan character and encourage diversity of thoughts and experiences.

  • Campus – AnantU is a modern campus, set in a lush green setting at Godhavi on the outskirts of Ahmedabad city. Equipped with all amenities and infrastructure required for a Design University, the campus was reimagined to incorporate ideas of adaptive multi-use and student-friendly spaces. This effort is recognised with prestigious awards like the ‘Excellence in Architecture for Building Additions, Renovation and Adaptive Reuse’ by the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP). We are proud to be amongst the few international universities who are currently working towards a sustainable future.
  • Classrooms – We have air-conditioned classrooms with varying seating capacities. Our classrooms are equipped with audio and video projection and presentation facilities for the faculty and students to use in their lectures and presentations.
  • Studio – Many classrooms are in studio format to facilitate hands-on learning.
  • Computer lab – We have a computer lab equipped with 40 computers with the latest hardware and all necessary design software.
  • Makerspace – the Design Lab – Makerspace, our in-house design lab, has a carpentry and pottery workshop, digital manufacturing facility with equipment for laser etching and cutting, CNC router and 3D printers along with an electronics workbench. There is also a provision for fabrication of models and mock-ups using hand and power tools.
  • Learning Commons– the Library – It is a modern library with physical and online books, journals and reading materials on Design,Architecture and other related disciplines.
  • Canteen– AnantU campus building has a beautiful green atrium which doubles up as a canteen and student’s hangout spot. It offers full meals and snacks, breakfast, lunch and an all-day menu. It also offers healthy options such as fruit juices, platters, hot and cold beverages.

The University helps students from drafting resumes to connecting them with the right company. It maintains a database of all the recruiter companies.

AnantU Placement model is a four-stage process involving 

  • Pre-placement activities

  • Career Guidance

  • Executing Placement 

  • Post-placement reviews

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