Your Pathway to University of Vermont
UVM Catamounts Abroad!
University of Vermont partners with Verto Education and renowned Academic Providers to welcome you to your most thrilling start to college.
How Does it Work?
Travel overseas with fellow incoming University of Vermont students.
Earn Vermont-transferable college credit to complete your first semester requirements.
Stay on track to graduate from University of Vermont on time.
University of Vermont and Verto Education’s partnership is founded on the shared commitment to increasing student success in the global marketplace. The UVM Catamounts program offers a select group of Vermont students the opportunity to start their Vermont education abroad and still graduate in four years.
UVM Catamounts participants will walk away with much more than incredible memories and transferable credits — gain independence, self-awareness, and global perspective to thrive in college and in life.
Can I Study Abroad?
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Prague, Czech Republic
- London, United Kingdom
- Florence, Italy
- Seville, Spain
- Turrialba, Costa Rica
Academic Credits 12-17 college credits/semester
Fall Dates Late August - Mid December
Spring Dates Early January - Early May
Accommodations Included for all locations
Meals Plans vary by location
Tuition $19,500-$29,000 USD
Find your inspiration in Buenos Aires’ vibrant culture, dynamic pace of life, and welcoming people.
Walk to class along cobblestone streets and medieval castles in this European city straight out of a fairy tale.
Dive into a never-ending list of parks, museums, and restaurants in London’s fast-paced urban environment.
Italy’s artistic treasures, culinary traditions, and centuries-old history make Florence the perfect classroom for foodies, fashionistas, artists, and history buffs.
Soak up the passionate energy of Seville through its delicious food, world-class art, dynamic history, and rich traditions.
Nestled in the heart of the rainforest, your expansive campus home in Costa Rica is a world of its own. Soak up the “pura vida” lifestyle through classroom teachings and academic excursions to Volcan Turrialba, the BriBri indigenous communty, coffee agricultural farms, and more.
529 College Funds
Join us for a deep dive into how a first year abroad works and speak directly with Verto experts.
- Nursing, Exercise Science, Medical Lab Science are all unavailable to Verto Catamount students.
- Additionally, students applying to select programs must meet additional entrance requirements: Business applicants must have 1 Econ class (micro or macro) and college-level calculus completed; Engineering applicants must have college-level calculus and a college-level science course (with lab).