School for International Training Reviews
- Brattleboro (VT)
- Annual Tuition: $43,500
100% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 2 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 7/9/2019
- Graduation Year: 2019
"I chose this Uni as a compliment to my service in the Peace Corps, and to help gain understanding in Development work. The teachers were amazing, and provided an unparalleled education. However, these professors were all laid off, and the campus closed down in an attempt to financially restructure after extensive mismanagement of funds. Currently I am trying to graduate remotely, but the Uni has lost records, not answered emails, and has been purposely dragging its feet in regards to my graduation. This is costing money, effort, and time on my part to rectify, seriously impacting my ability to find jobs, pay off debt, and serve in the Peace Corps. The school may have been good at one point, but it is a nightmare to navigate now. ASU has a much easier accessibility and Development program for those interested."
- Reviewed: 3/26/2015
- Degree: Teaching
- Graduation Year: 1995
"School for International Training has a small, rural campus a bike ride from the charming town of Brattleboro, VT. If you are interested in studying along side students from around the country and the world with diverse cultures and perspectives, this is the school for you. The majority of the students live on campus so the student community is strong. The classes are small. The degrees focus on language teaching, including English as a Second Language and global professional careers such as peace building and conflict transformation. Some MA degrees are earned during 2 summers plus online classes during the winter months. Other degrees are earned during the academic year. This college is a life changer, it's worth your investigation."