The Rubenstein School makes every effort to work with students to make their graduate education financially affordable. All admissions decisions are made without regard to financial need or ability to pay. Both merit-based and need-based financial support is available through a variety of sources, as well as a multicultural scholarship supporting diversity and inclusion. Financial support in the form of professional development and/or tuition remission funds may also be available through your employer and/or organizational partner.
MLS Scholarship Opportunities
The Masters in Leadership for Sustainability program has funding for the following scholarships with multiple award recipients each year:
- MLS Multicultural Scholarship
- The Rubenstein School MLS Scholarship
- MLS Reflective Practices Fellowship
Click here for a detailed account of tuition and comprehensive fees associated with the Master's in Leadership for Sustainability at UVM (note that 30 credits are required to graduate).
From the Graduate college tuition website:
Master of Professional Science in Leadership for Sustainability (MPS)
Vermont Resident Rate: standard Vermont resident rate
Out-of-State Resident Rate: $1,100 per credit
Click here for a detailed overview of various funding opportunities.