Most frequently asked questions and answers
The International School of Creative Arts (ISCA) is a dedicated school for creative arts, design & media
studies; promoted by ISDC – International Skill Development Corporation. ISDC has been successful in facilitating professional & vocational education by managing and partnering with various higher education institutions & professional bodies globally. At ISDC, we strive to enable people & organisations to unlock their potential and develop the knowledge & skills needed for personal & professional growth.
Studying at ISCA is more than just taking advantage of our state-of-the-art facilities and expert faculty. It means joining a dynamic and diverse community of makers where staff, students, and partners work together as equals to deliver real innovation and creativity.
Joining our community means becoming part of a network of supportive and collaborative individuals who value individuality, diversity, and the pursuit of excellence. At ISCA, we are dedicated to nurturing your creativity, helping you achieve your goals, and empowering you to make a positive impact on the world.
ISCA offers various courses under Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes including Graphic Design, Animation, Visual Effects, Game Art & Design, Photography, Fashion Design and Interior Design.
Undergraduate degrees are three-year degree programmes
Yes, ISCA is affiliated to Liverpool John Moores University in Scotland and Jain University Bangalore.
Yes, ISCA provides loan facilities.
All design courses offer a wide range of career opportunities.
Yes, ISCA provides 100% placements for all students.
Yes, ISCA provides internships for all students.
No, ISCA does not provide dual degree options
Students should achieve the Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination from a recognized board with not less than 45%.
Demonstrate creative aptitude by achieving well in an entry test conducted by ISCA. This entry test enables the prospective student’s capacity for Creative Design to be evaluated by faculty members.