What happens to students after they graduate from UVM?

For more than 200 years, UVM -- a public ivy -- has been educating students from across the U.S. and throughout the world, and preparing them for rewarding futures. From undergraduates, international and graduate students to medical, veterans and returning students -- let our admissions process guide you on your academic journey.


UVM offers a public ivy experience to 10,081 undergraduate students. Students study one of 100 undergraduate majors, with gifted faculty who inspire and prepare students for every kind of success after graduation.

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International Undergraduate

Many international students find UVM an ideal setting for an undergraduate education. International students come here from approximately 68 countries and fall in love with our rich academic life and energetic college town.

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The Graduate College at the University of Vermont enrolls about 1,360 students in 50 master's programs and 24 doctoral programs.

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UVM's College of Medicine graduates are prized by residency programs for their superb clinical skills and by communities for their commitment to public service.

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Financial Aid

The university follows a need-based philosophy in awarding financial aid; a variety of other financing options are available for those who do not qualify for need-based aid.

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Continuing and Distance Education

Apply to continue your education, plan a career change, obtain professional development and more.

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UVM Stories

Benjamin Kagan ’18
Undergrad chemistry major, winner Goldwater Scholarship
Gabriela Sarriera stands with Rwandan Health Minister
Microbiology major, intern for Rwandan Health Minister
Thomas Stirling
Owner, Stirling Technologies web design and marketing agency
Cary Frye
Vice president of Regulatory and Scientific Affairs for the International Dairy Foods Association
Ellen Martisen
Scientist, Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute
Managing director of sales at Medidata global healthcare tech company
Former fashion designer, current farmer
Mickayla Royer '17 and Ciara Ertle '17
Winners of prestigious Gilman Scholarships
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