After successfully completing the Master's International Year you can progress to one of nine master's degrees. You need to complete the full the Master's International Year, achieving the required level of proficiency while maintaining the minimum Grade Point Average (GPA).
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Graduate degrees at the University of Vermont give you a competitive edge and provide the right training to help you achieve your career goals. During your degree, you will work with distinguished faculty who are internationally recognized. On some courses, you will also have the opportunity to work with industry partners and potential future employers.
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The Master's International Year is a pathway in which you earn graduate credits while increasing your language proficiency.