University of Vermont, USA

Established in 1791, the University of Vermont is the fifth oldest university in New England located in Vermont's largest city, Burlington. Home to 13,000 students, the 460-acre campus is home to Lake Champlain, which features a beautiful 8 mile trail that runs alongside the lake. Outside of the campus, students can explore the city of Burlington, known for its great access to nature and recreation, including the best skiing in the northeast, spectacular music scene and it's growing identity as a technology and innovation hub.

Programme partnerFEEPASS (incoming opportunity)

The University of Glasgow’s School of Veterinary Medicine is working with selected Universities across North America to offer a unique opportunity: FEEPASS (Facilitated Early Entry Program for Animal Science Students). This innovative programme offers high quality animal science students from the University of Vermont a chance to study veterinary medicine within the global context. 

Accreditations: The University of Glasgow has approved status from the American Veterinary Medical Association, so that the final qualification received is equivalent to a DVM obtained from a veterinary school in North America.

  • This MVLS partnership that allows students from selected North American partners articulation for final year to the University of Glasgow's BVMS programme.
  • For information, download our FEEPASS brochure or visit Veterinary Medicine and Surgery on our USA page 

Principia Consortium (incoming mobility partner)

The University of Vermont is a Principia Consortium member, a group of select US Colleges and Universities who offer students enrolled in their Honors programmes a unique international Study Abroad opportunity at Glasgow.

Mobility partner (incoming and for UofG students going abroad) 

>> Study Information for incoming students

  • Estimated number of mobility places for each subject: 1-3 full year or 2-6 semester places

Available Subject Areas

Please ensure that you research the courses available to you as an exchange student, and check with your subject coordinator(s) that these courses are suitable for your Glasgow degree programme. Please note that partner course offerings may change on a yearly basis.

Please research course level; content and assessment structures; partner academic pre-requisites for exchange students; whether enough courses / credits are available in your degree subject(s) to meet your Glasgow degree credit requirements; language of teaching and for Joint Honours students, whether the partner has any restrictions on taking courses from different Schools/Faculties.

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