Orange barInternational students are automatically considered for several merit scholarships when they apply to UVM.

Most international students are considered to have out-of-state (not Vermont) residency, and scholarship values are listed below. International students who are granted Vermont residency status are eligible for Vermont resident awards

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

International undergraduate admitted applicants to the University of Vermont are considered for these merit scholarships:

Scholarship Name Scholarship Amount Per Year
Presidential Scholarship $17,000 - $20,000
Trustee Scholarship $8,000 - $15,000

General Policies

  • 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 minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average along with enrollment in 12 or more credits per semester is required to remain eligible for these scholarships.
  • Please review UVM scholarship policies.

 

Merit Scholarship Information for Vermont Resident International Applicants:

International undergraduate admitted applicants who are determined, by UVM, to be Vermont residents will be considered for these merit scholarships:

Scholarship Name Scholarship Amount Per Year
Vermont Scholars Award $7,000
Patrick Family Scholarship $5,000
Justin Morrill Scholarship $2,000

 

General Policies

  • 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 minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average along with enrollment in 12 or more credits per semester is required to remain eligible for these scholarships.
  • Please review UVM scholarship policies.

 

Global Gateway (GGP) students are eligible to be considered for GGP scholarships only.

Please refer to our Non-UVM Scholarships page for resources regarding outside scholarships.