Gutterson Rink: Learning to play ice hockey with the UVM men's and women's hockey teams
UVM Green: Walking on campus on a sunny day
Off Campus: Enjoying a Vermont winter and learning a new skill
Classroom: Meeting and learning with other students
Sugar Shack: Appreciating the diversity of UVM's international students
Meal at the OIE: Enjoying time with other international students
Getting Involved: Joining the staff of the student paper
Off Campus: Enjoying the Burlington Bike Path
Orientation: President's Reception for new international students
The Office of International Education (OIE) supports international students from the time they first show interest in UVM through some of their student-based work authorizations after graduation. We work with students who hold various immigration statuses, as well as US citizens who grew up abroad who wish to be part of the UVM international community. Our work includes immigration advising, student support as they get to know Burlington and UVM, orientation, social and educational programs, and being a resource for students when they don’t know where to find the information elsewhere on campus.
UVM is home to international students from over 60 countries. Within our population we have multiple student types. These include degree-seeking undergraduate andgraduate students, and exchange students who study abroad at UVM through one of our exchange partnerships.
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