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Merit Scholarships for International Undergraduate Students

First-Time, First-Year, International undergraduate applicants are considered automatically for several merit scholarships based upon all materials and information supplied with the application for admission to UVM. Students should review the applicable section below based on their residency status: Out-of-State (not a Vermont resident) or In-State (Vermont resident). If you have questions about residency status, please visit the Registrar's Residency Policy page.

Students enrolling in the US-Sino Pathway Program are not eligible for the scholarships listed on this page, and should click here to view the scholarships for which they will be considered.

Please refer to our External Scholarships page for resources regarding outside scholarships.

Merit Scholarship Information for Out-of-State International Applicants:

International undergraduate applicants to the University of Vermont, who are out-of-state residents, are considered for these merit scholarships based upon all materials and information supplied with the application for admission:

Scholarship Name Scholarship Amount Per Year
International Distinction Scholarship $10,000
International Excellence Scholarship $8,000
International Merit Scholarship $6,000
International Recognition Scholarship $4,000
  • Admitted students are selected for these scholarships based on their academic achievements, and those selected will receive one of the scholarships based on the level of their achievements.
  • No separate applications are required for these merit scholarships.
  • Each scholarship is awarded for four years (eight semesters) at the amount indicated.
  • Students determined to be Vermont residents are not eligible for these scholarships, and should see the section below for applicable scholarship information.
  • A cumulative 2.5 grade point average and enrollment in 12 or more credits per semester is required to remain eligible for these scholarships.
  • Please click here to review general UVM scholarship policies.

Merit Scholarship Information for In-State International Applicants:

International undergraduate applicants who are determined, by UVM, to be in-state (Vermont) residents will be considered for these merit scholarships based upon all materials and information supplied with the application for admission:

Scholarship Name Scholarship Amount Per Year
Vermont Scholars Award $6,000
Patrick Family Scholarship $4,000
Justin Morrill Scholarship $2,000
  • Admitted students are selected for these scholarships based on their academic achievements, and those selected will receive one of the scholarships based on the level of their achievements.
  • No separate applications are required for these merit scholarships.
  • Each scholarship is awarded for four years (eight semesters) at the amount indicated.
  • Students determined to be out-of-state residents are not eligible for these scholarships, and should see the section above for applicable scholarship information.
  • A cumulative 3.0 grade point average and enrollment in 12 or more credits per semester is required to remain eligible for these scholarships.
  • Please click here to review general UVM scholarship policies.

For information about applying to UVM, please click here to visit the admissions website for International applicants.

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