Orange barFellowships, assistantships, and limited service scholarships are offered through the UVM Graduate College or individual graduate programs.


Graduate College

  • University based fellowships, assistantships, traineeships, and other stipend or grant opportunities.
  • For more information, visit the Graduate College website.

Honors College

  • Nationally competitive fellowships which may provide funding for graduate education.
  • For more information, visit the Honors College website.

Robert Noyce Scholarship (Application Required)

  • The Robert Noyce Scholarship for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) or computer science majors/graduates to become licensed to teach (grades 7-12) in high need school districts through the accelerated Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Secondary Education Program.  The scholarship provides eligible Vermont students with $20,000 per academic year, while out-of-state students are eligible for $32,000 per academic year. Within one year, students complete the MAT including a full-time teaching internship before earning licensure in their respective STEM teaching field.
  • Recipients must teach two years in a high need school district for each year that scholarship funds are received.

Yellow Ribbon Scholarship - Out-of-State Students Only (Application Required)


Graduate students at UVM are not eligible for general merit scholarship consideration.

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By the Numbers

UVM offers 58 academic programs leading to a master's degree and 26 programs leading to a doctorate.