The most important part of your application to UVM is the documents you send with your application form. These documents demonstrate your eligibility for the Global Gateway Program and your progression to a prestigious degree.
The most important part of your application to the University of Vermont are the documents you send when you submit the application form. These documents are the supporting evidence of your eligibility for Global Gateway Program.
Please also provide:
All original documents that are not written in English must be accompanied by an official English translation. Your translation needs to be certified by a translation agency.
Send all documents electronically, unless we ask otherwise.
There are two ways to send your documents:
We may request for certified original documents to be sent to our postal address:
UVM Global Gateway Program Admissions
Office of Admissions
194 S. Prospect Street
Burlington, VT 05401, USA
Please do not mail your documents unless asked to.
Once you have been admitted to a program and paid your deposit, the University of Vermont will issue an I-20 from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). With the I-20, you can apply for a visa to study in the US.
Contact the nearest US Embassy or Consulate in your country to find out what the procedure is for applying for a student visa. You may need an appointment.
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