University of Vermont

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Graduate Admissions

The Graduate College at the University of Vermont enrolls about 1,300 students in 45 master's programs and 20 doctoral programs. A notable feature of the college is that many programs are interdisciplinary, drawing from the strength and expertise of different departments and their faculty.

Formally established in 1952, the Graduate College is responsible for all advanced degree programs except the program leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. The college attracts a stellar student body from around the globe. Visit the Graduate College website to explore graduate opportunities by areas of study, learn more about our programs and degrees, admissions information (including application deadline by program) and much more. Graduate College website.

Financing your graduate education

View the costs of obtaining a graduate education as well as information on applying for financial aid, necessary forms and more on the Student Financial Services website.

The Graduate College as well as the Honors College maintain information on grants, fellowships and assistantships available to graduate students.

Last modified December 18 2013 02:45 PM