S N D T Women’s University is located in the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra. S N D T Women’s University is a global knowledge destination; The University has a composite strength of 12,000 students, 500 faculty members and 700 non teaching staff. The campus is spread over an area of 100 acres with beautiful landscape, lush green campus.
The University is educating more than 12,000 students in multiple Engineering, Medical, Management, Pharmacy, Hotel Management, Media & Communication, Fashion Technology and Basic Degree Courses. The University has hosted events like Garbage Tech Promotion Exhibition & Patent Facilitation Workshop-2012, and International Seminar on Tribal Development (01-02 June 2012). S N D T Women’s University consists of following institutions and faculties-
• Faculty of Engineering
• Faculty of Management Studies
• S N D T Women’s Dental College
• S N D T Women’s College of Pharmacy
• Faculty of Computer Application
• S N D T Women’s Institute of Hotel Management
• S N D T Women’s Institute of Fashion Technology & Mass Communication
• S N D T Women’s College of Teacher's Education
• Faculty of Education
• Faculty of Arts
• Faculty of Science
• Fire & Safety Management
S N D T Women’s University offers various courses on graduate/ post-graduate/ diploma level in above faculties. The university also supports and encourage research faculties, and hence offers research programmes as Ph.D. in various fields. The courses offered are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Dental Council of India, Pharma Council of India.
The University provides great infrastructure. The laboratories have been created with an objective of providing a facility with all the basic equipments required for analysis in the fields of Dental, Management, Engineering, Pharmacy, Hotel Management, Science, Arts, Commerce, Education, Fashion Technology and Media & Mass Communication. The University has a huge library of 45,000 sq.ft. plinth area with robust collection of over 250,000 books, 1000 national and 400 international journals subscribed annually, 2000 working papers.