Experience UVA - An American Treasure
January Term offers visiting international students an opportunity to experience what makes UVA. a national treasure. Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia remains distinctive in the 21st century. UVA offers the vast intellectual resources of a major research university, but fosters the intimacy, sense of community, and dedication to undergraduate life typically found at a small liberal arts college.
- Enjoy small classes and concentrated interaction with faculty and students.
- Classes meet up to five hours per day over a two-week period, allowing for a full immersion into a topic of interest.
- Students take one three-credit class in January term.
- Explore Thomas Jefferson's academical village - the unique learning community and the only designated UNESCO World Heritage site among all colleges and universities in the United States.
Prepare for January Term at UVA
Admission: Complete the Non Degree Student Form no later than October 20.