International Students and Scholars

Saint Michael's College has a history of welcoming international students and scholars. Founded by Edmundites, who came to Vermont from France via Canada, the university is rooted in the concepts of education, justice, and service. St. Edmund, himself, was the first rector of Oxford University in Great Britain. In 1954, our Applied Linguistics Department was founded when Hungarian students arrived to study English. Since then, more than 20,000 students from over 120 countries have received an education on our campus. Today, each semester sees between 150 and 200 international students enrolled in one of our many programs.

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