Cost of Attendance
2013-2014 costs for the following full-time degree programs:
- Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation
- International Education
- Intercultural Service, Leadership & Management
- Sustainable Development
Washington, DC-based program:
- Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management
|Direct Costs - All Charges Per Term*||Cost|
|Off Campus Term
This is billed during the internship or practicum phases.
|Fees (Washington, DC)||$510|
|Campus Housing - Vermont Campus|
** TESOL students on teaching internship Spring 2014: $1,370
Applies toward first semester tuition. Non-refundable
Applies toward first semester housing.
|Ages 25 and under||$2,244|
|Ages 26 and over||$2,863|
|Late Payment Fee||$50|
SIT estimates the total monthly costs to students for transportation, personal/ miscellaneous expenses, and off-campus housing/food at $2,000 (VT and low residency programs) and $2,200 (DC). Actual costs will vary by student.
Books and supplies are estimated to cost $550 per term for all programs.
Reservation of Rights
SIT Graduate Institute reserves the right to alter, without notice, its policies and fees.
Average Student Debt:
The average amount of student debt for students who graduate from SIT with a Master’s degree is $43,000.
|*Required terms per degree: SIT’s MA in TESOL program requires two terms of coursework, plus one off-campus term (teaching internship and portfolio). SIT’s Washington, DC based MA in Sustainable Development program requires two terms of coursework, plus one off-campus term (practicum). All other full-time Vermont-based degree programs require two terms of coursework, plus a minimum of three off-campus terms (practicum) and capstone.|
For cost of attendance information regarding SIT Graduate Institute Certificate Programs
- Graduate Certificate in International Education
- Summer Conflict Transformation (CONTACT) program
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