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Study In Vermont - Explore Universities in Vermont

Study in Vermont, and find the best universities in Vermont.

Vermont is the only state in the New England region without a coastline, but it more than makes up for it with its snowy Green Mountains and skiing playgrounds. Home to acres of plush forestland, Vermont is an icy winter wonderland and a spectacular hiking range in summer.

Vermont is an extremely safe state for international students, ranking second for least crime and also having the second smallest population of any state. With its high level of education, top-ranking health system and prestigious universities, Vermont is one of the best places to study an undergraduate degree in the US.

Study in Vermont?

Vermont is home to 19 institutions of higher education. The public university system – the University of Vermont – has five colleges. You can study a degree in Vermont at:

Vermont also has a large number of liberal arts colleges that focus on undergraduate degrees, including:

  • Burlington College
  • Bennington College
  • Castleton State College
  • Green Mountain College
  • Lyndon State College
  • Marlboro College
  • Middlebury College
  • Saint Michael’s College
  • Southern Vermont College
  • Sterling College
The majority of undergraduate degrees in Vermont (and in the rest of the United States) take four years to complete.

Immigration and visas

Before travelling to the USA to study in Vermont you will need to apply for a non-immigrant visa.

The most common kind of student visa is the F-1 visa, which entitles the holder to study at any US accredited college or university.

To apply for a student visa for an undergraduate degree in Vermont, you will need to fill out an application form (found on the US Embassy website) and send appropriate documentation, such as evidence of financial standing and proof of university acceptance and academic qualifications, as well as possibly attending a visa interview at the US Embassy in your home country.

Accommodation and living costs

Most international and undergraduate students in Vermont choose to live in accommodation provided by the universities, as this is the easiest way to get to know fellow students and settle into university life. Most halls of residence in Vermont provide undergraduates with furniture, cooking appliances and have places to relax like gyms and cafes.

Some students will choose to live privately in rented accommodation.

What to do next

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