University of Vermont

United States of America

443rd US-News World Ranking

Established in 1791, the University of Vermont is the flagship university in the state of Vermont. It is the only land grant university in the state. The university draws undergraduates from 48 states and 50 countries.  Located in scenic and vibrant Burlington, VT, the university has strong programs in health sciences and the environment as well as a social justice-oriented student body.  It is also listed as one of the original eight "Public Ivy" institutions in the United States.

The university comprises of seven undergraduate colleges and schools: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, Education and Social Services, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Environment and Natural Resources, Nursing and health sciences, Honors College, Graduate College and College of Medicine. The most popular majors at University of Vermont include: Business Administration and Management; Psychology; Environmental Studies; Biology/Biological Sciences; and Political Science and Government.

The total student population is more than 11,000 of which over 9,600 students are enrolled in the undergraduate level. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 15:1 and the acceptance rate is 71%.

The university follows a need-based philosophy in awarding financial aid; a variety of other financing options are available for the students who do not qualify for need-based aid. As a research university, nearly 40% of students get involved in some level of research with a faculty member. With 600 study abroad choices in 70 different countries, about one-third of students study in a foreign country during their college career.

The University of Vermont has partnered with Study Group to provide the Global Gateway Program for Undergraduate Study and Global Gateway Program for Graduate Study. The Global Gateway Program for Undergraduate Study is a 1, 2, or 3-term pathway that prepares the students for their undergraduate degree at UVM. The 2-term Global Gateway Program is equivalent to Year 1 of a bachelor’s degree and offers progression to the second year of a four-year degree. The Global Gateway Program for Graduate Study is a Pre-Master’s Program (PMP); a 1 or 2-term pathway that prepares students for their master’s degree at UVM. Once the students have successfully completed their Global Gateway Program or Pre-Master's Program they can progress to a wide range of degree options at UVM.

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Notable Alumni: Ryen Russillo (Co-host of the ESPN sports talk radio show), James O'Halloran (Canadian politician), Amr Kashmiri (Pakistani actor and musician)

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English

The mission of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Vermont is to produce influential research in anthropology integrated with an outstanding undergraduate liberal arts education. Drawing on the interdisciplinary four-field tradition, which includes archaeological, biological, cultural and linguistic anthropology, It emphasizes strong training in contemporary anthropological theory, research methods, and ethical practices, with the goal of preparing students to think critically and act as engaged citizens for the common good.

Coalition Application or Common Application, Official High School Transcript, Mid-year grades, One Letter of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS of 6.5, TOEFL of 90

Archaeology, Cultural Dimensions of Business, Food and Culture, Archaeological Field Methods, Professionalism and Ethics in Anthropology, Public Speaking, Lineages of Culture Theory, Applied Practice Courses

15th Jan

English

UVM's Mathematics and Statistics Department keeps its classes small, allowing close student-faculty interactions. Talented faculty members teach all levels, from introductory to advanced courses, while also editing major international journals, engaging in research, and writing fundamental textbooks used all over the world. Students go into such diverse fields as computer science, business, law, and government organizations such as the National Security Agency.

Coalition Application or Common Application, Official High School Transcript, Mid-year grades, One Letter of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS of 6.5, TOEFL of 90

Mathematician, Actuarial analyst, Actuary, Chartered accountant, Data analyst, Investment analyst, Research scientist (maths), Secondary school teacher, Economist, Financial Analyst

15th Jan

English

The Art Education program is for students with a strong interest in art as well as the desire to become art teachers. Completion of the Art Education major leads to the B.S. in Art Education and to Vermont Department of Education licensure for teaching art in grades K-12.

Coalition Application or Common Application, Official High School Transcript, Mid-year grades, One Letter of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS of 6.5, TOEFL of 90

Studio Artist, Teacher/Art Educator, Commercial Artist, Illustrator/Cartoonist, Museum/Gallery Curator/Manager, Art Director, Environmental Designer, Fashion Designer/Manager, Publications Designer

15th Jan

English

The Art History program initially surveys a broad range of expressive forms before continuing with courses specific to a variety of ancient, western, non-western, and contemporary topics. Courses lead to the B.A. in Art History, a minor in Art History, or a minor in Art. The study of the history of art at UVM usually begins with courses surveying the broad range of visual expressions found in a variety of cultures throughout the world. Students are introduced to numerous methodological approaches contextual, formal, and iconographic, for example which enable them to understand the richness and layered meanings of works of art.

Coalition Application or Common Application, Official High School Transcript, Mid-year grades, One Letter of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS of 6.5, TOEFL of 90

Studio Artist, Teacher/Art Educator, Commercial Artist, Illustrator/Cartoonist, Museum/Gallery Curator/Manager, Art Director, Environmental Designer, Fashion Designer/Manager, Publications Designer

15th Jan

English

Global and Regional Studies is an interdisciplinary program that encompasses African Studies, Asian Studies, Canadian Studies, European Studies, Global Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Middle East Studies, Russian and East European Studies, and Vermont Studies. Rather than simply providing a window through which students can observe other regions of the world, the individual GRS programs seek to engage actively with those regions and their cultural, political, economic, environmental, and social issues. As such, graduates of these programs are prepared to enter exciting careers in government, business, law, journalism, or education.

Coalition Application or Common Application, Official High School Transcript, Mid-year grades, One Letter of Recommendation, Test scores: ACT, SAT, IELTS of 6.5, TOEFL of 90

Public policy, Social service, Political work, Education, Historic preservation, Art conservation, Governmental work, Urban planning/development,Community leadership

15th Jan

a) Common Application

b) Official high school transcript and Mid-year grades

c) One letter of recommendation

d) Official SAT/ACT scores

e) Typical SAT scores: Math (550-640), Critical reading (550-650), Writing (540-650), ACT Composite (25-30)

f) Average GPA 3.53

g) TOEFL/IELTS scores if the applicant’s native language is not English

h) TOEFL IBT- 90, and IELTS- 6.5

i) Acceptance rate: 69% (2016)

Requirements vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific requirements.

Fees

Undergraduate: USD 39,120

Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at the University of Vermont is USD 20,300 approx.

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities

Undergraduate: Fall-January 15, Spring- November 1

Graduate:  Deadlines vary for each program.

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

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Global

443
US News
571 -580
QS
301 -400
Shanghai
351 -400
Times Higher Education
394
GTU Rank

Regional

United States of America
96
US News
99
QS
100 -119
Shanghai
99
Times Higher Education
174
Forbes
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University Stats

11900

Students

10080

Undergraduates

1820

Postgraduate

1195

Faculty Strength

4

International Faculty

9

Student Faculty Ratio

71
%

Acceptance Rate

$
39120

Tuition Fees

$
20300

Living Cost

$
5750

Other Fees

3.53

Avg. GPA

76
%

Avg. Percentage

* All cost are in USD