IIHS Campuses

The UFP is conducted at the IIHS, City Campus in Sadashivanagar, Bengaluru, and at the IIHS, Kengeri Campus. In the City Campus, the main academic home for the UFP is IIHS, Annexe 2, a 9000 sq.ft. building spanning three floors and an expansive terrace – an ideal and open learning environment for teaching, research and training. 

During the course of the programme, Fellows also work closely out of the IIHS, Bengaluru City Campus and IIHS, Annexe 1. For the Core curriculum and special events including social, sport and cultural activities, they have access to and use the 55-acre IIHS, Kengeri Campus in the southern part of the city.

Teaching and Learning Spaces
The Bengaluru City Campus building is equipped with multiple teaching and learning spaces including classrooms, seminar and studios. Each of these is equipped with technological aids ranging from digital projection and visual displays to advanced video-conferencing capabilities that enable remote audio-visual sessions.
All UFP Fellows have access to extensive collections at the IIHS Library for the duration of the programme. Equipped with public computers and teaching aids such as Mendeley and Turnitin, the library supports the Fellows through circulation, reference and information services. In coordination with the IIHS Word Lab, the library supports the Fellows to generate and publish original work.
Meeting Spaces
UFP Fellows meet Faculty during scheduled office hours in the social spaces as well as in staff cabins and meeting rooms, which are technologically enabled with latest audio-visual equipment. Interviews and mid-term assessments are also conducted in the faculty cabins and meeting rooms. Mid-term and final presentations take place in a large space on the ground floor, which also can accommodate more than 100 people for a variety of events. Meetings and events are also planned at Tharangavna, a heritage building overlooking Sankey Tank in Sadashivnagar acting as an extension to the Bengaluru City Campus.
Dining and Social Spaces

With a focus on fresh-cooked food, IIHS offers dining facilities for guests, staff, faculty and Fellows. The Bengaluru City Campus has a dining area on the ground floor, a beautiful spill out area on the main teaching floor, and an expansive rooftop with a roof garden and canteen. Fellows are offered a full meal plan as a part of their acceptance to the programme. The dining and social spaces at IIHS are a vibrant hub of interaction, discussions and provide unparalleled opportunities to forge connections with faculty, classmates and visiting guests.

The Play course is a practical introduction to personal fitness and physical culture, that encourages participation, self-awareness and the joy of collaborative endeavour. This experience allows Fellows to discover wellness through meaningful play, by providing a safe and inclusive, gender-neutral space, without traditional notions of form or competition.