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The 2018 admissions at the University of Vermont saw a 67.2% admit rate. Less than 75% of the admitted freshmen, were among the top 50% of their class. The University of Vermont offers admissions to students across various UG, PG and doctoral programs.
The selected applicants scored above 1010 on the SAT I, and over 18 in ACT for 2018 admissions at the University of Vermont. For international applicants, some of the requirements like course fee, deadlines and admission requirements vary for both UG and PG courses. The admissions are offered during the Fall and Spring sessions only.
|Application Portal||UG: Common/Coalition Application|
PG: The Graduate College Application
|Application Fee||65 USD|
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card|
|SAT Score (middle 50%)||Math: 600 - 680|
EBRW: 580 - 670
|ACT Score (middle 50%)||25 - 30|
|International Application Deadlines||UG/PG: Varies|
|Work Experience||Recommended for MBA aspirants|
|Interview||Required for admission to the MBA program|
The admission process at the University of Vermont begins either during the Fall or Spring season. The following table indicates the application deadline for international students:
|Fall||Early Action: November 1, 2018|
Regular Action: January 15, 2019
|Spring||Regular Action: November 1, 2018|
|MS Electrical and Mathematical Sciences Applications||Fall: January 1, 2019|
Spring: October 1, 2018
|MS Mechanical Engineering Applications||Fall: February 1, 2019|
Spring: September 1, 2018
|MS Medical Sciences Applications||Fall: June 15, 2019|
Some of the specific requirements to be fulfilled by international students to get admission at the University of Vermont are as follows:
International students must demonstrate English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, to be eligible for admission at the University of Vermont:
International students must ensure that they submit:
More than 100 majors under 7 UG schools and colleges are offered at the undergraduate level, at the University of Vermont. The prospective students can apply through either of the two given application portals.
Application Portal: Common or Coalition Application
Application Fee: 65 USD
Academic Requirements for International Students: Applicants must submit either ACT or SAT score along with the application. These scores are valid for a period of 5 years. The average scores accepted for the recent 2018 admissions are as follows:
|Test Name||Average Scores||25th Percentile||65th Percentile|
Supporting Documents: Official secondary school transcripts mailed directly to the Admission Office by the high school. Along with first quarter or mid-year grades, 1 LOR and official test scores from the testing agency directly.
The University of Vermont offers 25 doctoral and 53 masters programs to its students. Prospective applicants can apply via The Grad College Application,
Application Fee: 65 USD
Academic Requirements for International Students: Applicants
|Course||Application Portal||Application Deadline||Application Fee||Academic Requirements||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|MS Electrical and Mathematical Sciences||The Grad College Application||Fall: January 1, 2019||65 USD||GRE||TOEFL (IBT): 100|
TOEFL (PBT): 600
|MS Mechanical Engineering||The Grad College Application||Fall: February 1, 2019||65 USD||GRE||TOEFL (IBT): 90|
|MS Medical Science||The Grad College Application||Fall: June 15, 2019||65 USD||MCAT/GRE||TOEFL/IELTS|
Supporting Documents: Official high school transcripts, UG degree, grades, LORs from supervisors, personal statement and resume. Applicants must also submit official test scores mailed directly from the testing agency.
The admissions office of the University of Vermont critically reviews each application. Students are recommended to begin their applications 3 months prior to the application submission deadline. Admission decisions are released 4 - 6 weeks post application submission. The selection greatly depends upon on-time application submission, recommendation letters, the required work experience and submission of the test scores.
Out of 21,991 applications, around 14,778 were selected for 2018 admissions, at the University of Vermont. Overall the University of Vermont has been moderately selective in offering admissions to students during the 2018 admissions.