SIT Graduate Institute equips students with theoretical knowledge, field experience, and professional skills. Programs are based on an experiential learning model and a commitment to social justice and intercultural communication. SIT offers Master of Arts degree programs
in Conflict Transformation, International Education, Sustainable Development, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) on its campuses in Brattleboro, Vermont and Washington, DC.
At the SIT Graduate Institute, international students may be eligible for a combination of grants and scholarships that cover some portion of the cost of attendance. SIT grants are based primarily on need and students are automatically considered for this grant when their application is reviewed. A number of scholarships have also been established to recognize students who reflect the SIT mission through their professional and personal lives.
Scholarship opportunities include:
* Activism and Advocacy Scholarship
* The Anderson Family Fund
* Bradley/Gamble Fellows Program in Population Studies
* BRAZ-TESOL/Alumni Scholarship
* Career Experience Scholarship
* Community Service and Volunteer Scholarship
* International Aid and Development Scholarship
* Middle East and Islamic Cultures Scholarship
* Pino Scholarship for the Program in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management
* Professional Association Scholarship
* Recent Graduate Scholarship
* Student Diversity Scholarship
* Intercultural Leadership Award
* INTERLINK Language Center and SIT Fellowship
* SIT Peace Fellowship
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