Congratulations! You are about to start the process to one of the best experiences of your life: study abroad. Studying abroad is a phenomenal opportunity, but it does take some work – which is why we, the Office of International Education, are here to help. Read below to see how you can easily get started.

Attend a Study Abroad 101 Session

All students wishing to study abroad must attend a Study Abroad 101 session. These sessions provide you with critical information about the types of study abroad programs, and how financial aid, credit transfer, and other factors may affect which types of programs you will want to consider. Students will be introduced to the iAbroad process and "register" their attendance.

All sessions are in the Career and Experience Hub, first floor of the Davis Center. Check out our Calendar of Events for the latest schedule of Study Abroad 101 sessons.

Meet with your Academic Advisor

Once you have attended a Study Abroad 101 Session you should meet with your Academic Advisor to discuss the following topics:

  • When is the best semester to study abroad?
  • Do you need to take classes for your major, minor, or general electives?
  • Are there classes for your major that you must take at UVM?

Students are required to complete the appropriate advising form, linked on the right, with their advisor. Follow the instructions at the bottom of the page to find out where to bring the form.

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Academic Advising Forms

  • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Microsoft Office document icon Word | PDF
  • College of Arts & Sciences Word | PDF
  • Grossman School of Business Word | PDF icon PDF
  • College of Education and Social Services Word | PDF
  • College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences Word | PDF
  • Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources Word | PDF
  • College of Nursing & Health Sciences Word | PDF icon PDF