International Admissions for Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees

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Burlington College defines a student or applicant as “international” if they meet any of the criteria below:
  • You will require an F-1 student visa to enter and study in the United States.
  • You are not a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident and are currently in the United States on an F-1 student visa.
  • You are currently in the United States in another non-immigrant status.  A copy of your visa and I-94 from your passport must be submitted with your application for us to determine if you are considered an international student for purposes of admission.  You may need to switch to F-1 status to study.

Welcome to our beautiful campus!  As a small, independent college in one of America’s best small cities, we welcome you to explore the individualized education we offer at Burlington College.  For undergraduate students, we offer a traditional liberal arts education and on-campus housing.  For graduate students, after attending our three day residency you can begin your 36 credit individualized Master of Arts program from your home!

International students attending Burlington College can expect a small class size, dedicated faculty members and personal attention.

 

   

Prior to applying, please review the proof of sufficient financial resources requirement found in the After You Are Accepted section.


 

For Questions Regarding Admissions: For Questions Regarding Immigration:

Admissions Office at Burlington College
351 North Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05401
United States
Phone: 800-862-9616
Fax: 802-660-4331
E-mail: admissionsatburlington [dot] edu

International Student Advising at Burlington College
351 North Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05401
United States
Phone: 800-862-9616
Fax: 802-660-4331
E-mail: internationalatburlington [dot] edu

 

Important Information

  • Undergraduate International students are required to live on campus for at least one year. 
  • All transcripts must be original documents or certified by the source institution (high school or college).
  • International students must purchase health insurance and must provide immunization forms.
  • Undergraduate International students must participate in International Student Orientation.
  • All submitted documents must be in English or a certified copy translated into English.  We recommend using the American Translators Association.
     

 

EducationUSA centers are the U.S. State Department‘s network of over 400 advising centers in 170 countries designed to assist local students find the appropriate college or university in the United States. Click on the link above to find your center!”