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Fall Semester 2021

(for reference)

July 31 Students depart the U.S. for India
August 1 Students Arrive in Delhi
August 2-8 Institutional Quarantine Period (@ hotel)
August 9 Move to Apartment
August 9-15 Home Quarantine Period (in apartment)
August 10-11 Orientation
August 12-14 & 16 Online Hindi Classes
August 15 Independence Day
August 16 Campus reopens
August 17 Campus Visit to select courses
August 18 Classes begin
August 19 Muharram
August 30 Janmashtami
October 2 Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday
October 4-8 Mid-term Break (tentative dates)
October 15 Dussehra
October 19 Prophet Mohammad’s Birthday
November 4 Diwali
November 19 Guru Nanak’s Birthday
November 17 Fall semester ends. (Flights can be scheduled anytime after this date.)

Spring Semester 2022

December 28 Students Arrive in Delhi
December 29-

January 4
Institutional Quarantine Period
January 4 Students move to apartments
January 4-10 Home quarantine period
January 5 Orientation
January 6 Orientation
January 7 Online Hindi Classes
January 8 Online Hindi Classes
January 10 Visit college for course selections
January 26 Republic Day
March 1 Shivratri
March 18 Holi
March 17-27 Mid-term Break
April 14 Mahavir Jayanti
April 15 Good Friday (No classes)
April 28 Classes End
May 3 Idul Fitr
May 5 End of Program (Return flights may be booked after this date)

All dates are subject to change

2022-2023 Fees

Semester Tuition (includes health insurance): $18,580

Year Tuition (includes health insurance): $37,160

Middlebury will also bill students a housing fee for the rent of the apartment in Delhi: $3,100/semester or $6,200 for the year

Middlebury College students pay an additional $1,900 study abroad fee per semester.

Estimated Out-of-Pocket Expenses

  Semester Year
Room/Board $4,685 $9,365
Books/Supplies $75 $150
Personal $500 $985
Travel from New York $1,500 $1,500
Visa/Residency Permit $350 $350
Total $7,110 $12,350

Note: Personal expenses cover some basic necessities (local transportation, cell phone, bank fees, program-sponsored excursions, etc.) and do not include your discretionary spending (e.g. entertainment, fitness, and travel). All fees subject to change. Exchange rate used: $1 = 73 rupees.