Woxsen University provides students with a conducive learning environment and expert support that encourages exploration, creativity and innovation. In addition, the University offers students access to cutting-edge design and research facilities that help make learning more interactive and experimental.
Our labs, studios and workshops are equipped with the latest industry-grade equipment and seek to promote applied learning so that students gain real-world exposure to the latest trends and the necessary skills to foster innovation.
The MAC Lab is for students interested in creating digital work for photography, graphic design, product design, interior design, web design, animation, and video. This spacious workspace contains 30 iMacs/ IOS operating system desktops, a projector, stereo speakers, a Wacom tablet, etc.
Students can access the Dell Lab on campus to create digital work in photography, graphic design, product design, interior design, web design, animation, and video. This spacious workspace contains 30 Dell/ Windows operating system desktops, a projector, stereo speakers, a Wacom tablet, etc.
The Fashion Design Lab is an integral part of the Fashion Design department at the School of Arts & Design, Woxsen University. Students can use the Fashion Design lab to research, innovate, visualize, explore, experiment, develop and test their prototypes. Students also use the space to enhance their understanding and knowledge of pattern making and draping skills by working with various textile materials.
The Engineering Physics Lab at Woxsen helps students undertake projects and experiments related to mechanical, electronics, and computer science engineering. The lab is equipped with a wide range of equipment, including a Laser Diode, Texla Vernier Microscope, Optical Fibers, Constant Current Power Supplies, etc.
The Woxsen Chemistry Lab is well equipped with the latest instruments such as a digital pH meter, polarimeter, distilled water plant, magnetic stirrer, electric oven, muffle furnace, lass ware, chemicals, organic and inorganic compounds. Students use the space to conduct experiments, gain hands-on exposure, and build a thorough understanding of modern chemistry's theory, tools, and applications.
All engineering students at Woxsen University have access to the electrical lab and use the space to understand the fundamental concepts of electricity generation, transmission, and distribution. In addition, they also conduct experiments relating to theory subjects such as the Superposition Theorem, Norton's Theorem, Thevenin's Theorem, Open Circuit and Short Circuit Tests of Single-phase Transformers, etc.
Clay workshop at the campus is a fun and creative space for students of all specializations of the Interior Design program at Woxsen University. The workshop is equipped with pottery wheels and the latest design clay tools. In the past, students have utilized the space to create castles, futuristic cricket pads, props and animated characters, etc.
The 3D fabrication workshop at Woxsen University offers students access to advanced fabrication and 3D printing technology. Students can use the space to execute their projects on CNC milling, laser cutting, or 3D printing equipment under professional guidance.
Our fashion design programs and facilities inspire students to think creatively and critically. For example, Woxsen University's sewing workshop combines traditional skills and approaches with contemporary digital technologies to help put students' creative ideas into practice.
Design students use the Metal Workshop at Woxsen University to learn, research and gain hands-on exposure to fabrication, casting, mould making, machining, etching and patination, enamelling, soldering, raising, and forming. The facility also has an outdoor forging, welding patio and work area.
Carpentry is a skilled trade and a craft that entails the cutting, shaping, and installing building materials during the construction of structures. Woxsen's Carpentry Workshop holds 100+ tools like Chisel set, Mallet Hammer, Jigsaw, Hand Saw, etc.
The 3D Studio at Woxsen offers students access to the latest tools and equipment like 3D printers, die cutters, engraving machines, and other hands-on tools. Students use the space to get hands-on training and also take inspiration from a range of 3D printed models available at this studio.
The drawing studio at Woxsen University is a spacious classroom-like studio that students use for sketching purposes. The studio is equipped with a projector facility, air conditioning, and comfortable seating for making small to large size sketches.