Short Term Travel Programs

Expand Your Global Perspective

If you think studying abroad can give you a whole new perspective…you’re right. Study abroad with UVM and experience the people, places and perspectives of the world outside the U.S. Earn UVM credits for academic work and utilize your financial aid. Join UVM professors in Asia, Latin America, Africa and Europe. Travel for a week or the entire semester, during breaks or in the summer.

Program Search

Program NameThemeLocationDeptSessionDates and Times
Belize: Public Health Nursing
  • Health
  • Nursing
  • Belize
  • PRNU
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Belize: Women’s Health and Spirituality - A Cross-Cultural Exploration
  • Health
  • Belize
  • HLTH
  • WGST
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Costa Rica: Communities, Conservation & Development
  • Environment
  • Costa Rica
  • ENVS
  • NR
  • PRT
  • Spring

Spring 2017

Costa Rica: Sustainable Development and Ecotourism
  • Ecotourism
  • Costa Rica
  • ENVS
  • NR
  • PRT
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Ecuador: Boot Camp in Alpaca Husbandry
  • Animal Science
  • Ecuador
  • ASCI
  • Winter

Winter Session 2017

Ecuador: The Battle Over Oil and Biodiversity in Yasuní
  • Ecology
  • Environment
  • Ecuador
  • ENVS
  • GEOG
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Florida: Walt Disney and American Culture
  • Arts and Culture
  • US - Florida
  • FTS
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Indonesia: Consciousness, Culture, And Community in Bali
  • Arts and Culture
  • Indonesia
  • HLTH
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-2017

Mexico: Education and Culture in Mexico
  • Food
  • Mexico
  • FS
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17

Mongolia: Traditional Mongolia Medicine
  • Health
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Mongolia
  • CNHS
  • Summer

Summer 2017

Netherlands: Public Health Nursing
  • Nursing
  • Netherlands
  • PRNU
  • Spring

Spring 2017

New York: Wilderness Education & Leadership
  • Mountaineering
  • US - New York
  • PRT
  • Fall

Fall 2016

Uganda: Public Health Nursing
  • Health
  • Nursing
  • Uganda
  • PRNU
  • Winter

Winter Session 2016-17