Visiting Exchange Students
Marlboro welcomes exchange students to study for a semester or a year from the following partner universities:
- Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
- Bratislava International School for Liberal Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia
- Leuphana University in Lüneberg, Germany
- Heilongjiang University in Heilongjiang, China
- Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí in San Luis Potosí, Mexico
- American University of Nigeria in Yola, Nigeria
Marlboro College combines high academic standards with an unparalleled degree of academic freedom. Visiting exchange students can take a wide range of courses and work closely with faculty advisors. Marlboro’s Office of International Services provides comprehensive support for each international student, including help with the visa process and other preparations for studying in the U.S. Additional services include:
Along with faculty advising, students have access to academic tutoring for help with a specific subject area or skill.
Health and Wellness
Marlboro offers on-campus medical check-ups, counseling, health education, and other services to support students’ physical and emotional health
Marlboro’s location in southern Vermont makes it an ideal place to experience rural American life. Outside of class, students can enjoy a wide range of activities including lectures, performances, outdoor activities, museum visits, campus-wide social events, movies, music and dances. The Outdoor Program (OP) offers a variety of trips including sea kayaking, canoeing and rafting, hiking, cave exploration, skiing and more. Students can get involved with school groups, or various committees such as spiritual life, food, farm, environmental, and more. Also, there will be local volunteer opportunities to have students be part of the larger Marlboro and Brattleboro communities by serving schools and non-profit organizations.
Students from these schools wishing to study at Marlboro College must first be nominated by their home institution.