One of the most important ways to advance your career in any area is to stay informed, get connected and plan ahead.
The Center for International Education is conveniently located in the Hood House—the same building as the University Advising and Careers Center (UACC). Professional advisors trained in career counseling can take you through the steps to plan your future. One of their many helpful tools is the four year planner that can inform your plan of study meetings with an IA advisor. The UACC conducts many helpful programs to help market yourselves. We strongly recommend that you attend the UNH Career Fair (each spring), resume review workshops, and interview coaching information meetings.
Talk to us about your goals so that we may provide you the information and resources that are critical to rounding out your degree program at UNH, such as internships, work abroad, volunteer opportunities or teach abroad. Students in the IA program have achieved great success with internship opportunities such as with The Washington Center, or with approved providers such as Boston University or CET Academic Programs.
If you are wondering what careers International Affairs graduates pursue, check out the What can I do with Major section on the UACC website, read our alumni profiles or talk to an IA advisor about the IA alumni network.
Be proactive and come to IA advising with ideas and questions, we’re here to engage in a dialog about how you can make the most of these opportunities.
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We look forward to connecting with you!
- About CIE
- Int'l Affairs Dual Major / Minor
- Why IA?
- What is a Dual Major?
- IA DUAL MAJOR: Policy, Curriculum & Requirements
- IA MINOR: Policy, Curriculum & Requirements
- Advising and Registration
- Career Planning
- IA Profiles
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- FAQs for IA Students
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- Study Abroad
- Getting Started
- Applied - Accepted
- While Abroad
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- Documents & Forms
- Study Abroad FAQs
- Faculty & Advisors
- Incoming International Exchange Students
- Outgoing International Exchange Students
- The World at UNH
- UNH Int'l Travel Policies & Resources
- International Travel Assistance & Insurance Program
- Policy on International Travel Risk Review (ITRR)
- International Travel Registry
- Developing UNH-Managed Study Abroad Programs
- International Agreements
- Risk Management Tools