Creativity and innovation co-exist and thrive at MIT-ADT University, Pune. Located at Rajbaug Campus, Loni Kalbhor, the award-winning campus spans over 100 acres of greenery and inspiration. The private University is established as per the Government and University Act and offers Undergraduate, Post-Graduate and Doctoral degrees in Art, Design, and Technology through industry-focused programs.
MIT School of Film and Television (SFT) is one of the only institutions in India to offer both Undergraduate and Post-Graduate courses in Filmmaking at India's premier private University: the MIT-ADT University of Pune. Students can specialize to be a Film Director and Screen Play Writer, Cinematographer, Sound Designer, Film Editor or Visual Effects Artist as per their skills and interests.
MIT School of Film and Television (SFT) is housed in its own building on the picturesque banks of the River Mutha in Loni. This building houses the classrooms and studios of the various departments of MIT-SFT. Pune's largest film and television shooting studio is coming up within this building, and will create endless opportunities for MIT SFT's students to interact with the cinema media industries without leaving their campus.
USP's of MIT Art, Design and Technology University
→ Curriculum covers the art, craft and technology of filmmaking.
→ In-house facilities include state-of-the-art equipment from Apple, Sony, Canon and Pro Tools amongst others.
→ All faculty members are trained at India's top institutions- FTII and SRFTI.
→ All classrooms are equipped with screening facilities and internet connections to enrich the learning experience.
→ Daily film screenings, followed by analysis and discussions, open to all students of all disciplines.
→ Workshops and Master classes with leading filmmakers and film craftsmen from India and overseas.
→ Inputs in all visual and performing arts from all over the world to help the student filmmaker's growth.
MIT Art, Design & Technology University, Pune, INDIA
Rajbaug, Loni Kalbhor, Pune - 412 201, India.