Study in Vermont
By studying in southern Vermont, a nationally recognized center of participatory democracy and innovation in sustainability, students are exposed to exceptional learning opportunities at the grassroots level. They’re also connected with innovators across the US and around the world through the SIT / World Learning network.
SIT Faculty Jeff Unsicker, PhD
Earn a master’s degree or graduate certificate while being part of SIT’s campus community in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Programs offered at SIT's historic 200-acre campus in Brattleboro, Vermont, provide students with experiential, hands-on learning while also giving them the opportunity to be part of a community of individuals with a strong interest in social justice, community engagement, and global activism. Students benefit from face-to-face interactions with practitioner faculty; a small student-to-faculty ratio; and strong, multicultural cohorts.
- Master of Arts in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management (self-designed program)
- Master of Arts in International Education
- Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Leadership
- Master of Arts in Sustainable Development: Advocacy, Leadership, and Social Change
- Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Master of Education in Global Youth Development and Leadership
- Conflict Transformation Across Cultures (CONTACT) Summer Peacebuilding Program
The SIT Advantage . . .
- Study with expert faculty who practice what they teach and interact with an international body of students.
- Learn in small classroom settings where you have the opportunity to share your thoughts and be a part of a conversation.
- Develop close connections with faculty advisors and a cohort of peers engaged in similar work around the globe.
- Come away from your program with experience in a professional position related to your career goals.
- Become part of World Learning’s global network of individuals committed to social justice and cross-cultural exchange.