Prague, Czech Republic
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Program Calendars

Prague, Czech Republic | 2017 Summer Sessions I & II

Program Deadlines
September 1, 2016 Application Opens, Early Admission Period Begins
February 15, 2017 Early Admission Period Ends ($500 confirmation deposit is non-refundable)
April 1 Application Closes (Late application may be possible - contact USAC)
May 1 Balance Due Deadline
Session I Cancellation Deadline (no refunds)
June 1 Session II Cancellation Deadline (no refunds)
Program Dates
May 20, 2017 Departure from the US on optional group flight
May 21 Arrival in Prague by 6 pm
Move into housing
Orientation and dinner
May 22 Mandatory orientation
City tour
Session I courses begin
May 27 Field trip—Terezín, Lidice, and Litoměřice
June 3 Field trip—Kutná Hora
June 15 Session I courses end
June 16 Session I final examinations
June 17 - 21 Optional Vienna and Budapest Field Study
June 23 Session II courses begin
June 24 Field trip—Kamenický Šenov Glassworks and Mělník
July 15 Field trip—Konopiště Chateau and Historical City of Tábor
July 20 Session II courses end
July 21 Session II final examinations
Program end date
July 22 Last day to move out of housing (noon checkout)
Open return Students establish their own date of return

See Ready to Apply for additional information about the application process and Money Matters for more details regarding payment and cancellation deadlines.

USAC reserves the right to make adjustments to fees or deadlines at any time. If a program fills earlier than anticipated, USAC may move up the position hold payment deadline date to secure students’ placement in the program.

Occasionally dates need to be changed or field trips modified. Refer back to this calendar often for the most current dates.

Quick Details

2017-18 App. Cycle

Spring: Open

2018-19 App. Cycle

Application opens 9/1:

Summer I (5 weeks)

Summer II (4 weeks)

Summer I & II (9 weeks)

Fall/Yearlong

Eligibility

Minimum GPA: 2.5

Program Type

Specialty

Credits

U.S. Credit

Program Capacity

75 students

Instruction

English