Study Abroad Programs

The University offers opportunities for full-time degree candidates meeting eligibility criteria to pursue a wide variety of education abroad experiences, including study, intern, service and research in many countries around the world. UNH-managed and exchange study programs are described in this section. Program availability is subject to UNH international risk management policies. All students who study abroad pay a program fee or tuition, study abroad administration fee and an international travel insurance fee. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit


UNHM BSCI 620 Global Science Exploration

BSCI 620 Global Science Exploration includes a spring break trip to Belize investigating living organisms in their natural habitat. Students will participate in pre-trip seminars on the country, local flora, fauna and habitats they will visit. Students will design a project to integrate their personal interests and objections with in-country investigation. Post-trip seminar will focus on preparation of project and its presentation. Permission required. 

ANTH 674 Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize

A January-term course, ANTH 674 Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize, offers students hands-on training in survey and mapping techniques, as well as digital cartography using ArcGIS mapping software. For more information, visit


National Student Exchange

Students may spend one or two semesters at one of ten campuses in Canada, through the National Student Exchange (NSE) program. While having the opportunity to learn in a Canadian environment, participants maintain their status as UNH students, pay UNH tuition, and will be able to graduate from UNH on schedule. The exchange is open to students from all UNH majors. Participants must provide proof of proficiency in French for Francophone campuses in Quebec. Interested students should contact Global Education, Conant Hall 310, (603) 862-3485, email or visit



Students may spend one or two semesters at one of several NSE campuses in the Caribbean (Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands), through the National Student Exchange (NSE) program. While having the opportunity to learn in a Caribbean environment, participants maintain their status as UNH students, pay UNH tuition, and will be able to graduate from UNH on schedule. All participating campuses in Puerto Rico are designated Hispanic Serving Institutions, where the language of instruction is Spanish.  Participants must provide proof of proficiency in Spanish for all campuses in Puerto Rico.  Both campuses in the U.S. Virgin Islands are designated Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).  National Student Exchange is open to full-time undergraduate students from all UNH majors.  Interested students should contact UNH Global Education, Conant Hall 310, (603) 862-3485, email or visit


Discover Cuba J-term

Discover first hand the rich cultural and artistic life of Cuba through this January-Term course. Led by Prof. Lina Lee, UNH Spanish Program, students will participate in an online academic component prior to a 10-day experiential learning trip to Cuba. The course (LLC 555 Discover Cuba: An Arts Experience, will illuminate the art, history, culture, music, and architecture of Cuba through lectures, tours, guided readings, and site visits. The program will be based in Havana in partnership with Spanish Studies Abroad and will include field trips to the colonial cities of Trinidad and Cienfuegos. All course and site work conducted in English - no knowledge of Spanish required. For more information, visit

Dominican Republic

Perspectives on the Business Environment in the Dominican Republic

Offered in January term, MKTG 620 Topics in Marketing / MKTG #720 Topics in Marketing II, Perspectives on the Business Environment in the Dominican Republic, is a 4-credit course open to all UNH students. Students will participate in a 13-day visit to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, one of the commercial hubs of the Caribbean. The course will include two pre-trip classes held in the fall, in which the students will learn about the business culture of the country, as well as a brief introduction to its history and current demographics. The group will travel to Santo Domingo where three to four hours of each weekday (32 contact hours) will be devoted to meeting with business owners and managers from a variety of industries who will discuss business practices. Upon return to Durham, a final three-hour class will be held in the spring semester to wrap up, assess the learning outcomes, and conclude the experience. Contact Audrey Ashton-Savage, the instructor for this course.

Social Action in the Dominican Republic: Exploring Culture, Poverty, Human Rights, and Social Justice in a Developing Caribbean Nation

(SW 697 Special Topics in Social Welfare / SW 897 Special Topics in Social Work and Social Welfare)

This course examines issues of culture, poverty, social development, and social justice in the Dominican Republic through direct service learning work and preparatory and reflective class sessions and discussions. Students will have the opportunity to examine development issues that have plagued the island nation for years and current efforts to address these concerns. During spring break, students and a UNH faculty member embark on a service learning adventure to work in the bateyes of the Dominican Republic. Past projects have included the building of schools, clinics, community centers, and residential houses. Additionally, students will be working in local schools, and child welfare centers. Afternoons and evenings will be spent learning about social services in the DR from community leaders and activists, participating in cross-cultural activities with community members, learning about Dominican life and history, and reflecting upon the days' activities. Students will visit other local Haitian immigrant communities (bateyes), and spend an evening in Santo Domingo. Contact Matthew Toms.

Germany & German-speaking countries

Students may study for a semester or a full year through an approved study abroad program or, in special cases, by applying directly to universities in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland. Many programs require a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 and a B average in the major. Programs vary greatly in academic focus, size, language of instruction, living arrangements, services, and extra-curricular programming provided, and cost. Study abroad goals and requirements should be discussed with a German adviser as early as freshman year. Program and application materials may be obtained through the Global Education Center. For credit in the German major or minor, the program must be conducted in German. After consultation with the major adviser and the study abroad adviser to establish possible UNH course equivalents and fulfillment of major and/or Discovery Program requirements, students submit a planning form indicating the planned course of study abroad. To ensure proper credit transfer, especially if seeking to transfer credits directly from a university abroad without benefit of an Approved Program, students should keep syllabi, course descriptions, and all written work. Students planning study at a university in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland should note major differences in academic calendar (winter semester October-February, summer session April-July), which may be shortened by the Approved Program to accommodate U.S. academic calendars.

Berlin Program

The Berlin Summer Program offers students the chance to spend five weeks in Berlin, Germany. Students earn 4 or 8 credits through GERM 586 Study in Berlin, designed to give students an immersion experience in the German language and culture. Students will receive eighty hours of intensive language instruction at the appropriate level (elementary, intermediate, or advanced) at the BSI Private Language School in central Berlin. No prior German language study is required. On designated weekday afternoons, students will gather for cultural excursions and discussions with the on-site UNH faculty member. Students enrolling for 4 credits can receive the UNH German Program language course equivalent of one semester of language study. Students enrolling for 8 credits will receive the UNH German Program language course equivalent of one semester of language study as well as engage in additional UNH faculty-guided cultural study, fulfilling GERM 525 Introduction to German Culture and Civilization (Discovery World Cultures) or other pre-approved courses. Students may fulfill the bachelor of arts language requirement by taking the equivalent of Intermediate German at the BSI Language School or by taking the equivalent of the first semester of Elementary German with the program and then independently continuing language instruction at the BSI for three weeks beyond the program study period, for a total of 8 weeks. Required pre-travel meetings at UNH will prepare students for the Berlin experience. In line with UNH's goals to educate students to become global citizens, this immersion experience will give students insight into what it means to experience a different culture and language. For more information, visit

Intensive Language Courses through the Goethe Institut

Students needing to advance rapidly in proficiency beginning at any level and at any time of year may enroll at a Goethe Institut center in Germany for courses ranging from eight to 16 weeks and receive UNH equivalent credit depending on level of exam passed upon completion of course. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

German Internship

Students who have completed GERM 504 Intermediate German II or equivalent may apply for a 4-8 credit internship placement in a German-speaking firm or organization. The internship does not alone fulfill the study abroad requirement for the major, but may count toward the minor and may be coupled with academic course work through UNH or any study abroad program to fulfill the major study abroad requirement. 


Living and studying on a campus surrounding the Schloss Mannheim (Mannheim Palace) right at the heart of Europe. This is what students who opt for a semester at the University of Mannheim can expect. The campus really deserves to be called international – one in five students comes to Mannheim from abroad. Mannheim is very conveniently located: just a few train stops south of Frankfurt (which has a major international airport). For general information, please go to According to the 2019 QS World University Ranking by Subject, the University of Mannheim is the best German university in Social Sciences (which includes Business Administration and Economics) and has been ranked number 55 worldwide. The Mannheim Business School has the Triple Crown accreditation: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

Global E3 Engineering Exchange Program

Global E3 allows engineering students to enjoy a fulfilling study abroad experience at one of 31 international member institutions. Through participation in the program, Global E3 graduates gain the necessary foreign language ability, cross-cultural skills, and professional experience to excel in the multinational/multicultural business environment of the 21st century. Global E3 students pay tuition at their home institution, and enjoy the benefits of attending an overseas one. Students can study abroad for the fall semester, spring semester, or the entire school year. At some member universities, Global E3 students are able to take on a supplemental internship after their study abroad experience. Member institutions include some of the best universities in Argentina, Australia, Austria, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit



The UNH-in-Greece Program is open to any undergraduate at UNH who is interested in the long history of civilization in Greece, from the classical period to the present day. Athens is famous as the most important city-state in ancient times and as the site of some of the world’s most famous and influential architecture and art, but it is also the vibrant capital of modern Greece (The Hellenic Republic), and that combination of antiquity and modernity, as well as the city’s position between West and East, makes it an extraordinary location for on-site, experiential learning. Students earn a total of 10 credits from courses taught by both UNH and Hellenic American University faculty. For more information, visit


Budapest spring justice studies and humanities program

The UNH Budapest Spring Program is offered every other year (Spring semester of even numbered years). It is open to any student interested to deepening their knowledge of modern European history, culture, and justice systems. Every other spring semester, a group of students, under the supervision of a UNH faculty member, study at Károli Gáspár University of Budapest. Situated along the Danube River, Budapest is an exciting and cosmopolitan city, close to other beautiful European cities such as Prague and Vienna. Under the supervision of a UNH faculty member also in residence, students carry a four-course load, two of which are taught by the UNH faculty member. The program satisfies Historical Perspectives, World Cultures, and, depending on course selection, Humanities and Fine & Performing Arts Discovery Program Requirements. All courses are taught in English. For more information, visit


SW 785 Study Abroad: Comparative Social Welfare Systems / SW 885 Study Abroad

Students studying abroad on SW 785 Study Abroad: Comparative Social Welfare Systems/SW 885 Study Abroad, examine the historical development of social welfare in another country, including an analysis of the underlying values and attitudes that direct practice and policy decisions. This 4-credit class includes agency site visits, lectures, themed readings, and visits to important cultural sites. Prerequisites are SW 424 Introduction to Social Work and SW 525 Social Welfare Policy: History of Social and Economic Justice. Previous programs have visited Ireland, England, Scotland, and Latvia.

LITERARY DUBLIN: ENGL 565 Literary Dublin: Short-Term Study Abroad

This two-week UNH managed program allows students to re-imagine what we mean by “Irish” and “Irish American.” It introduces a racially diverse side of Dublin specifically, and Ireland broadly, in concert with Irish Americanness as racially other at one time, and subsequently racially white. Through writing, reading, on-site visits and tours, and a host of lectures, students will gain an appreciation of Ireland’s many challenges of self- and other identity related to its location, conquest, colonization, emigration, religions, and recent global immigration. The course will provide students who identify as Irish an opportunity to research their genealogy. Student will earn 4 credits for this course, ENGL 565 Literary Dublin: Short-Term Study Abroad. The experience begins in the U.S. with virtual meetings for one week (Monday through Friday, three hours daily), then moves overseas to Dublin for 10 days.


UNH-in-Italy Program

Semester & Summer Programs.  In partnership with the UNH Department of Agriculture, Nutrition & Food Systems, the UNH-in-Italy Program offers students the opportunity to experience living abroad in the medieval city of Ascoli Piceno, for either a four-course, 13-week semester or a two-course, 5-week summer session. The curriculum focuses on the links between food culture, sustainably-focused agriculture, and the policies and issues impacting the food system.  Experiential activities, field trips, and group excursions encourage students to immerse themselves in the unique educational opportunity.  Students live in apartments in the historic center of the city and take UNH courses taught in English. The program is open to all UNH students and fulfills the International Experience requirement of the EcoGastronomy Dual major.  For more information, please contact Jesse Stabile Morrell.

Rome J-Term Program

The Rome Program provides the opportunity to take a January term course in Rome, Italy. Students earn 4 credits and the Fine and Performing Arts Discovery requirement through CLAS 510 Building Rome or 4 credits and the World Cultures Discovery requirement through ITAL 510J Rome: The Eternal City in Italian Culture. Experience the history, architecture, and art history of the ancient Romans the way they did—in Rome itself! Six days of study in the eternal city followed by two days in Pompeii and other sites will give students a sense of the majesty and miracle that was the ancient Roman Empire. A five-day online component prepares students for the on-site portion so that they will be ready to soak in the monuments of the past. For more information, visit

Bologna Summer PROGRAM

This 6-week summer program in Bologna, Italy, will introduce UNH students to the history and contemporary culture of the city of Bologna. Students choose between two academic tracks — either language or culture — in addition to completing a 2-credit experience in Italian cinema based on their participation in the prestigious Cinema Ritrovato film festival. All students will earn 10 credits during the program. Bologna is a city of approximately 400,000, located in north/central Italy, known for its rich cultural life and rich cuisine. Students will visit locations such as its numerous historic libraries and museums, its contemporary art spaces, the FICO Eataly World (the largest food park in the world), and parks and gardens throughout the city. For more information, visit


Saitama University Exchange Program

Accelerated Japanese language learning on Saitama University's park-like campus, just outside Tokyo. With its moderate size (9,000 students), generous scholarship opportunities, dynamic student life and recreation facilities, Saitama is an ideal fit for UNH students interested in Japanese language and culture. The university also has a wide variety of courses taught in English, which draws students from around the world. Saitama is known as the "Oasis of Tokyo"—a historic city whose forests were planted centuries ago by peace-loving Samurais who nurtured the land instead of living by the sword. Saitama is the famous backdrop for Japanese animated films.  Tokyo is less than an hour away by train. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

Waseda University Exchange Program

Study abroad at one of Japan's "Ivy League" universities while paying UNH tuition. Spend a semester or academic year studying in central Tokyo, with over 50,000 students, including 5,000 international students from more than 100 countries. UNH students can enroll in a wide range of courses in English in the liberal arts, business, social sciences, political science and economics, and of course, Japanese language and culture. Waseda has a unique volunteer center, which combines lectures with hands-on activities in the field. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

The Netherlands

Radboud University Nijmegen Exchange program

Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands: it was founded by the Romans more than two thousand years ago. It is a vibrant, green, and safe student town of about 175,000 people, just a few miles from the German border. It only takes a little over an hour by train to get to Amsterdam, and it has great international train connections to Brussels, Paris and Berlin. The city has a very active student life and is also a host to countless festivals and sports activities like the Four Day Marches. Radboud University Nijmegen has about 23,000 students (about 11% of them are international). The campus is beautiful, with lots of green space, incredible buildings and has a state-of-the-art sports center. This semester exchange is open to all Majors. General info can be found at For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

Utrecht University Exchange Program

Open to undergraduate and graduate students in all fields, Utrecht University is one of the top research universities in Europe, with the largest undergraduate population and the largest research budget in the Netherlands. The size, status, and international population of the university ensure that courses in all areas of study are offered in English; these include the humanities, social and behavioral studies, law, economics, governance, and geosciences. Utrecht is the fourth largest city in the Netherlands. It has a classically old-Dutch city center with 17th century buildings, a medieval church, several high-quality museums, and terraced canals that encircle the old city. A university town since the medieval period, Utrecht has long enjoyed a vibrant student culture. Utrecht is easily navigable by foot, bicycle, and bus; the center of the Dutch rail system, it enjoys easy access to other cities in the Netherlands and Europe (Amsterdam is 35 minutes away; Paris three hours; London a day trip by plane). For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

University College Utrecht Exchange Program

An honors exchange is available at the University College Utrecht (UCU), which is an international Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors College of Utrecht University. UCU's mission is to offer ambitious students an academic environment aimed at transforming their broad academic and social interests and their international orientation into academic excellence, intellectual independence, and world citizenship. UCU specializes in undergraduate education and students choose from courses in humanities, science, and social sciences. Among the special characteristics are the college's small classes and individual attention.  Students have access to all academic, social, and recreational facilities that Utrecht University has to offer.  For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

New Zealand

UNH-ECOQUESt: Ecology in action

In partnership with COLSA’s Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, the EcoQuest Education Foundation offers an intensive program of applied field studies in ecology, resource management, and environmental policy. New Zealand offers an ideal context for multidisciplinary, field-oriented studies, with its rich cultural traditions, diverse ecosystems, expansive natural areas, and history of innovative approaches to resource management. EcoQuest students engage hands-on in New Zealand's restoration ecology and sustainable resource management initiatives. Semester participants have the opportunity to carry out team oriented, directed research projects while working closely with a faculty mentor and in association with New Zealand research partners. The rural seaside campus is located about an hour's drive southeast of Auckland. Students travel throughout New Zealand's North and South Islands, from the mountains to the sea, to learn more about the unique ecosystems and local culture

Students may choose either a four-course, 15-week fall or spring term for 16 credit hours, or a two-course, five-week summer session for eight credit hours. The UNH-EcoQuest Academic Coordinator is Kimberly Babbitt, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, COLSA. Contact Donna Dowal, EcoQuest Director of Admissions, at (603) 862-2036 or

UNH-EcoQuest: Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Aotearoa (SAFSA)

In partnership with COLSA’s Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, & Food Systems, the EcoQuest Education Foundation offers an intensive field studies program in sustainable agriculture, land management, systems thinking, and food production.  Students will gain an in-depth understanding of global trends in agricultural sustainability and the challenges and manifestations of these trends in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Students engage with various agribusinesses in New Zealand and consider agriculture in an ecosystems framework, aligning land use with land use capability, while examining the political, economic and cultural context. The Maori agribusiness sector is distinctive and offers unique opportunities for collaborative models. The integration of people, communities, and values with primary production systems can ultimately result in vibrant and multi-cultural approaches to food systems.

Four fully integrated courses focus on land use capability and sustainability, agroecology and sustainable land management, and pathways to sustainable agriculture and food systems. Each semester, students will spend time in farm or agricultural placements. These practical, hands-on experiences will allow students to gain transferable skills and develop a comprehensive understanding of sustainability initiatives and practices in food systems. Program participants will gain life and professional skills to engage with sustainable food systems as pro-active, solution-focused practitioners.

Students may choose either a four-course, 15-week fall or spring semester term for 16 credit hours. The UNH-EcoQuest Academic Coordinator is Kimberly Babbitt, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, COLSA.   Contact Donna Dowal, EcoQuest Director of Admissions, at (603) 862-2036 or


University of Southeastern Norway - Bø, Norway

If you want to learn about and practice Norwegian outdoor life (or “friluftsliv”) than this program is meant for you! The main focus will be on hiking, canoeing and sailing. The study includes both day excursions and extended overnight trips on waterways, in the mountains and forests and at the coastline. You will also get a thorough introduction to the history and development of Norwegian outdoor life and have the opportunity to develop your own relationship with nature! Through excursions into nature during the fall combined with theoretical lectures students will gain practical and theoretical knowledge needed in nature guiding, nature management and outdoor leadership. Students will go on extended excursions along waterways, forests and mountains and at the coastline.

South Korea

Pusan National University Hong Kong Exchange Program

Study abroad in Busan, South Korea's beautiful second city, known for its beaches, mountains, and temples. Pusan National University is one of Korea's leading research universities and provides a full curriculum of 600 courses offered in English for UNH students of most majors. Pusan is particularly well known for business, STEM fields, and global studies, as well as its campus life and extra-curricular opportunities. Summer study is available. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange Program

Study abroad in Madrid, Spain's historic and artistic capital that never sleeps. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, named after a former king of Spain, offers a dynamic campus of 18,000 students and the largest offering of courses taught in English in Spain. Courses are available in the areas of engineering, business (AACSB accredited), finance, accounting, economics, and political science. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

U.S. Territories (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam)


Students may spend one or two semesters at one of 12 campuses in the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam through the National Student Exchange (NSE) program. Participants maintain their status as UNH students, pay UNH tuition, and will be able to graduate from UNH on schedule. The exchange is open to students from all UNH majors. Participants must provide proof of proficiency in Spanish for all campuses in Puerto Rico. For more information contact, Paula DiNardo, Study Away USA office, Conant Hall 310G, (603) 862-3485, email or visit

United Kingdom


Lancaster University Exchange Program

Lancaster University is a comprehensive university similar to UNH in size, setting, and program offerings. The program allows students to spend a semester or a year in Lancaster while still making normal progress toward their UNH degree. Lancaster enjoys a diverse campus and is centrally located for travel to Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and London. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit

London Program

The London Program offers students the chance to spend the spring semester at Regent's University in the heart of London, choosing from courses in British studies, the arts, humanities, social sciences, business, and a wide range of other basic subjects. Taught by British and American faculty members, many of the courses are specifically concerned with British studies or have a special British emphasis. For more information, visit

The London Experience

This course provides a wonderful opportunity to learn about one of the greatest cities in the world. Travel to the United Kingdom for nine nights/ten days during the January term. See the many amazing historical and cultural sights and take in some of the best theatre in the English-speaking world. The course offers insight into the politics, society, and culture of London and the United Kingdom as students walk, tube, and double-decker bus their way through 2000 years of history. The 4-credit class fulfills the Fine and Performing Arts Discovery requirement. For more information, visit

London Travel Writing

This program is offered every other J-Term (even numbered years). Travel writing is for the adventurous. In three weeks, students will learn to navigate London, one of the world's greatest cities, and craft compelling, vivid essays about what they've discovered. Through curiosity, research, and writing they will transcend from tourist to traveler, gaining a confidence in their ability to master the unfamiliar as well as pen publishable stories about place. Prerequisite of ENGL 501 Introduction to Creative Nonfiction or permission of instructor. For more information, visit

Northern Ireland, Scotland (& the Highlands), York and London

HLS 656 Comparative Homeland Security Systems Lab/HIST 600 Explorations, Emergent Topics

All UNH students are invited to enjoy this trip where they can combine their interests in security studies, history and culture, justice studies, sustainability & resilience, intelligence, emergency preparedness or terrorism studies with our nearly 3-week study abroad course to 5 cities in the UK: Belfast, Edinburgh, Pitlochry in the Highlands, York and London. The 18-day trip will explore domestic/civilian security and resilience challenges facing the UK while you explore Northern Ireland, Scotland, and England’s rich history, pubs, people and culture. The trip is specifically designed for UNH students and is open to all majors. Our time in Belfast and the Northern Irish Coast will include meetings with real IRA and Loyalist members, a guided tour of the Northern Irish Assembly, the Titanic Museum and a tour of the Antrim Coast including Carrick Fergus Castle, Giant’s Causeway and the Rede Rope Bridge; then on to Edinburgh that will include a special guest pass to see the First Minister’s Q&A at the Scottish Parliament, and time to enjoy the ancient city as well as a weekend in the Highlands (including hiking Ben Vrackie and a distillery tour). The group will view Alnwyck Castle en route to York, where we are special guests at the UK's Emergency Planning College. A day trip to Bletchley Park (home of the WWII code breakers) precedes our arrival in London, where activities include a custom guided spy walk and visiting the underground Churchill War Rooms. To travel with us, students approved to study abroad will enroll in HLS 656 for 1 credit in the summer (usually mid-May -mid-June). Note that interested students can also (but don’t need to) take HLS 555 which is only offered in the spring semester and is designated as a World Cultures Discovery course. HLS 555 focuses on the Troubles in Northern Ireland during the late 20th century, including the struggle for Irish independence, and the broader responses of the UK to domestic security threats from World War II to present times in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Students do not need to take HLS 555 to participate on the study abroad. 


Heriot-Watt University Exchange Program

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences students are eligible to participate in a spring semester exchange with Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. Heriot-Watt is one of the UK's leading universities for business and industry and has a reputation for innovative education, enterprise, and leading-edge research in science, business, engineering, and design. Often referred to as Scotland's international University, a third of on-campus students in Scotland come from outside the UK, there are campuses in Dubai and Malaysia, and 50 international academic learning partners in 30 countries. The current program is designed for civil and environmental engineering majors. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit


Cardiff University Exchange Program

Study abroad at one of the UK's "Ivy League" universities while paying UNH tuition. Founded in 1883, Cardiff University is recognized as one of the leading research and teaching universities in the UK and a member of the Russell Group, the UK's "Ivy League" of world-class universities. Spend a semester or academic year studying at Cardiff and benefit from learning with professors who are pioneers in their fields. Over 27,000 students have been drawn to Cardiff University, coming from Wales, the rest of the UK and more than 100 countries. UNH students can enroll in a wide range of courses and are guaranteed housing in student halls of residence, living among British and other international students. Cardiff is an excellent match for majors in music, computer science, communications, and journalism.  The University boasts over one hundred clubs, sporting teams, and societies. Cardiff University is located in the center of the capital of Wales, an exciting and diverse city and the heart of Welsh history, culture, street life, and politics. There is something for everyone in the Welsh capital, with the excitement of the small city campus located just minutes from the beautiful coastlines, hills, walking trails, and green countryside for which Wales is famous. For more information, contact UNH Global Education, (603) 862-2398, email or visit