Find out about exchange programs.
Middlebury has exchanges with the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, and the University of Nottingham in Nottingham, England. These exchange programs particularly benefit students requiring financial aid.
Also in England, Middlebury has an arrangement with Lincoln College at Oxford University, which provides the opportunity for several highly qualified students to study for the full academic year at Oxford, though not with financial aid.
In Italy, Middlebury is a member of the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, organized by Duke University in Rome.
Middlebury also has semester exchange programs with Spelman College, Swarthmore College, and several Vermont independent colleges, including Bennington College, Champlain College, Goddard College, Landmark College, Marlboro College, New England Culinary Institute, Norwich University, Saint Michael’s College, SIT, Southern Vermont College, Sterling College, and Vermont Law School. Middlebury students must apply for exchanges through International Programs, and spaces are limited.
Students studying on the Swarthmore and Spelman exchanges pay Middlebury’s comprehensive fee (financial aid applies). Middlebury students studying through the AVIC exchange pay Middlebury’s tuition (Middlebury’s tuition costs) and pay room and board to the host institution (the host institution’s room and board fees). Middlebury students eligible for financial aid may take financial aid to the AVIC exchange institutions (based on the cost of the program). All students applying for the AVIC exchange must apply for financial aid at their home institution.