Bangalore, India

Program Calendars

Bangalore, India | 2016-17 Yearlong

Program Deadlines
September 1, 2015 Early Admission Period Begins
April 15, 2016 Fall Position Hold Refund Deadline | Regular Admission Period Begins
June 15 Application Deadline
July 15 Fall Balance Due Deadline
Fall Optional Tour Registration Deadline
August 4 Fall Cancellation Deadline
September 1 Spring Position Hold Payment Due/Refund Deadline
November 15 Spring Optional Tour Registration Deadline
December 1 Spring Balance Due Deadline
January 11, 2017 Spring Cancellation Deadline
Program Dates
August 23, 2016 Departure from the US on optional group flight
August 25 Arrival in Bangalore early morning
Move into housing
August 25 - 26 Mandatory orientation (begins at 9 am)
August 27 City tour
August 29 Fall courses begin
TBD Henna party
September 10 - 11 Overnight field trip—Hampi
December 9 Fall courses end
December 12 - 13 Fall final examinations
December 14 - 18 Optional Northern India Tour
December 18 Afternoon/evening departure from Delhi (if on optional tour)
January 18 - 22, 2017 Optional Southern India Tour
January 23 Optional tour participants arrive in Bangalore early morning
January 27 Spring courses begin
TBD Henna party
February 11 - 12 Overnight field trip—Coorg
May 10 Spring courses end
May 11 - 12 Spring final examinations
May 12 Program end date
May 13 Move out of housing
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

Summer: Closed

Fall or Yearlong: Open

Spring: Open


Minimum 2.5 GPA and sophomore standing or higher

Program Type



U.S. Credit

Program Capacity

40 students