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The Aerospace Engineering/India Summer
Study Abroad Program

May 20 - July 25, 2024
Apply by January 31, 2024 at

Questions? Contact Prof. JVR Prasad at

The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering (AE) at Georgia Tech and the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India have joined together to offer a summer study-abroad program for second- and third-year AE students. The classes will be taught by Georgia Tech faculty. All Georgia Tech students enrolled in this program will pay the in-state tuition rate, regardless of their actual residency.

Important Details:

  • Program Fee:  $4,000  (includes meals, housing, and insurance)
    • Fee Schedule: 
      • December 15, 2023: $500 deposit (this will be refunded if the program is canceled for any reason)
      • February 1, 2024: $1,750
      • March 1, 2024: $1,750
  • Tuition: All Georgia Tech students will pay in-state tuition 
  • Student Fees: ~$651
  • Airfare not included 
  • Scholarships:

More Than an Adventure

This summer study program is perfect for students who want to make up credits after taking time for an internship or co-op. The 10-week summer program allows students to earn 12-14 credits that apply directly to their engineering major. And, when the four-day school week is over, students enrolled in this program can use their three-day weekends to explore India -- a sub-continent of unparalleled beauty and history.

About Bangalore

The Indian Institute of Science is located in Bangalore, a city that is sometimes referred to as the “Silicon Valley of India” because it is the nation’s leading information technology exporter. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Indian aircraft and helicopter industry (HAL) are located in Bangalore. Also, it is an aerospace technology hub with home to several overseas research and development centers of US and European aerospace industry leaders including Boeing, Bell, GE, Airbus, etc..

About Classes

Students select 12 -13 credit-hours from the following list:

  • AE 2010 Thermo and Fluid Fundamentals (4-0-4)

  • AE 2220 Dynamics (3-0-3)

  • COE 2001 Statics (2-0-2)

  • COE 3001 Deformable Bodies (3-0-3)

  • AE 3530 System Dynamics and Vibration (3-0-3)

  • AE 3531 Control System Analysis & Design (3-0-3)

  • AE 3140 Structural Analysis (3-0-3)

  • AE 4451 Jet and Rocket Propulsion (3-0-3)

  • AE 4699 Undergraduate Research (variable credit hours)

  • AE 4803 Team Design Project (3-0-3)