Confirmation Materials

Phone:
888.272.7881 (toll-free in US)
802.258.3212

TTY:
802.258.3388

Fax:
802.258.3296

Mailing Address:
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Brattleboro, VT 05302 USA

Contact us by email.

 

Conditionally Accepted Students

Once you are offered admission to an SIT Study Abroad program, you must complete several additional forms and send a deposit to confirm your space in the program. This must be completed within two weeks of receiving email notification of an admission offer in order to guarantee your place in your selected program.

Please Note: It is vital that you have a passport valid for at least six months after the end of your SIT program. If you have not yet applied for a passport, or if your passport will expire before this time, you must apply for one at once. As it normally takes 4-6 weeks to receive a new passport, you may need to expedite your passport application (which will take 3 weeks). Please check with the SIT Study Abroad Admissions Office at studyabroad@sit.edu or (888) 272-7881 to see if it is necessary to expedite your application. Consult US State Department information on How to Apply for a Passport.

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Africa, South of the Sahara
Cameroon: Social Pluralism and Development
Ghana: Social Transformation and Cultural Expression
Kenya: Urbanization, Health, and Human Rights
Madagascar: Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management
Madagascar: Urbanization and Rural Development
Rwanda: Post-Genocide Restoration and Peacebuilding
Senegal: National Identity and the Arts
South Africa: Community Health and Social Policy
South Africa: Multiculturalism and Human Rights
South Africa: Social and Political Transformation
Tanzania-Zanzibar: Coastal Ecology and Natural Resource Management
Tanzania: Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology
Uganda: Development Studies
Uganda: Post-Conflict Transformation

Asia and the Pacific
Australia: Rainforest, Reef, and Cultural Ecology
Australia: Sustainability and Environmental Action
China: Language, Cultures, and Ethnic Minorities
India: Health and Human Rights
India: National Identity and the Arts
India: Sustainable Development and Social Change
Indonesia: Arts, Religion, and Social Change
Mongolia: Geopolitics and the Environment
Nepal: Development and Social Change
Nepal: Tibetan and Himalayan Peoples
Samoa: Pacific Communities and Social Change
Vietnam: Culture, Social Change, and Development

Europe
Czech Republic: Arts and Social Change
Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender
Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo: Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans
Switzerland: Global Health and Development Policy
Switzerland: International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy

IHP-Comparative
IHP/Comparative: Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics (Fall 2)
IHP/Comparative: Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, and Politics (Fall)
IHP/Comparative: Climate Change: The Politics of Food, Water, and Energy
IHP/Comparative: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care (Fall)
IHP/Comparative: Human Rights: Foundations, Challenges, and Advocacy

Latin America
Argentina: Public Health in Urban Environments
Argentina: Regional Integration, Development, and Social Change
Argentina: Social Movements and Human Rights
Bolivia: Multiculturalism, Globalization, and Social Change
Brazil: Public Health, Race, and Human Rights
Brazil: Social Justice and Sustainable Development
Chile: Comparative Education and Social Change
Chile: Cultural Identity, Social Justice, and Community Development
Chile: Public Health, Traditional Medicine, and Community Empowerment
Ecuador: Comparative Ecology and Conservation
Ecuador: Development, Politics, and Languages
Nicaragua: Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media
Panama: Tropical Ecology, Marine Ecosystems, and Biodiversity Conservation
Peru: Indigenous Peoples and Globalization

North Africa and the Middle East
Jordan: Health and Community Development
Jordan: Modernization and Social Change
Morocco: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media
Morocco: Migration and Transnational Identity
Morocco: Multiculturalism and Human Rights
Tunisia: Emerging Identities in North Africa