OVERVIEW

At UVM, inspiration meets excellence Named one of the original ‘Public Ivy’ institutions, UVM is ranked in the USA top 100 universities, offering a prestigious education in an inspirational setting.

International reputation

UVM is ranked 89th in the United States according to the U.S. News & World Report 2016. Our global recognition means we attract the finest students from diverse cultures and backgrounds from around the world.

The personal touch

UVM’s extensive curriculum covers the full academic range – from business and biology to engineering and the environment. Many of the academic programs are small in size, flexible, and built around your needs. We offer our students individual attention, giving them the knowledge, skills and experience to prepare for their career.

Two centuries of success

UVM is a premier research institution and it is the fifth oldest university in New England after Yale, Dartmouth, Harvard, and Brown. UVM’s rich history stretches back over 200 years. This achievement is matched only by our reputation, counting internet pioneers, leaders of state, Oscar nominees and Nobel Peace Prize winners as alumni. We promise a thoroughly fulfilling experience, with a dynamic campus life offering an abundance of activities.

Schools & Colleges of The University of Vermont

Schools & Colleges

Grossman School of Business
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
College of Education and Social Services
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Facts About University

Ranked #89 U.S. News & World Report 2016
#14 ‘Up and coming schools’ list U.S. News & World Report 2014
#37 national public universities in the USA, USA News & World Report 2016
Top 25 environmentally responsible school
Kaplan One of America’s greenest universities forbes.com

University at Glace

Category: Public university
Founded Year: 1791
Student population: 12,815
International student population: 5.8%
Undergraduate faculty to student ratio: 1:15
Average undergraduate class size: 30 students
Campus size: 1.86 km2
Total research funding awarded: $132,292,800

Undergraduate

Postgratuate