Schools & Centres

Undergraduate Programmes Schools

  • Amrut Mody School of Management

    The Amrut Mody School of Management offers wide-ranging, multi-faceted management education through undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programmes. We also offer short-term certificate programmes for working professionals and other practitioners. The Management School is located in the heart of Ahmedabad, one of India’s most vibrant and historic centres of commerce. Its mercantile and industrial history underscore its present-day reputation as a hub of enterprise and new business ideas. In addition to its bustling streets, markets and sophisticated cultural life, the city is also home to many of India’s most reputed educational institutions, making it uniquely liveable for students and academics.

  • School of Arts and Sciences

    The School of Arts and Sciences has five divisions, Biological and Life Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Humanities and Languages, Social Sciences, and Performing and Visual Arts, spanning the liberal arts and sciences. It practices collaborative, interdisciplinary learning, and helps students to acquire the ability to analyse as well as synthesise ideas and information so they can form cogent arguments and creatively express themselves as they progress in academic life.

  • School of Engineering and Applied Science

    The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programmes. The School emphasises project-based learning and a student-centric pedagogy. This approach is aimed at creating an aptitude for design, innovation, and finding solutions for complex problems.

  • Undergraduate College

    The Undergraduate College oversees the philosophy, structure and implementation of undergraduate programmes at Ahmedabad University.  It works with the Schools at Ahmedabad University towards the overall enhancement of the University experience of the students.   It contributes in building a student-centric environment by continuously engaging with the students and enabling them with opportunities for academic growth. 

  • Centre for Heritage Management

    Centre for Heritage Management offers specialised education in heritage studies and professional management of diverse heritage resources. This includes, but is not limited to, the management of monuments, crafts, museums, natural resources, tourism, urban development; as well as intangible heritage such as languages, music, customs and the performing arts.

  • VentureStudio

    VentureStudio is a startup incubator established by Ahmedabad University in active collaboration with Stanford University – Centre for Design Research. Since its inception in 2011, VentureStudio has helped incubate over 45 ventures in domains ranging health, education, energy and the environment to the agriculture industry, consumer products, transportation and more.

  • Centre for Learning Futures

    The Centre for Learning Futures (CLeF) designs and implements initiatives to support teaching and learning in the University. The Centre offers courses in academic reading and writing, and workshops in study skills. It also offers, through its Learning Initiatives, opportunities for curricular experimentation and pedagogic innovation as also platforms for integrating learner-centric technological solutions in higher education.

  • Global Centre for Environment and Energy

    Global Centre for Environment and Energy (GCEE) is a one-of-its-kind Centre of Excellence at Ahmedabad University. The Centre fosters and pursues interdisciplinary research, and designs technological and social experimentation related to climate change, energy and natural resources.

  • Centre for Inter-Asian Research

    The Centre for Inter-Asian Research aims to bring together scholars and practitioners to work towards imagining what the inter-Asian century might be like. The imagination would span modes of everyday living and doing, modes of organizing, creation of institutions and networks, development and deployment of technology, economic and social choice-making, re-imagining political and economic structures, and experimenting with diverse artistic forms.