All students who declare the Dual Major in EcoGastronomy spend a full semester abroad, most likely during their junior year.
The table is set spring semester in Dijon, France and fall semester in Ascoli Piceno, Italy where students will study:
Links between food cultures
Policies and issues impacting the food system
EcoGastronomy Study Abroad is open to all UNH students. Information Meetings held:
Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1 -2 pm, 370N PAUL
Tuesday, Mar. 22, 1 – 2 pm, 370N PAUL
2016 Fall, Ascoli Piceno, Italy
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Overview: EcoGastronomy at the UNH-in-Italy program applies an immersive approach to the study of food and sustainability. Students endeavor to bridge the sensory, technological, philosophical, and production aspects of the food system in Italy and beyond. This year you will gather together with producers, farmers, chefs, advocates, and educators from 150 different countries at Terra Madre, the Slow Food International event.
Who Should Go? : This study abroad is not only for students looking to discover varied approaches to food production and policy; students will live in an ancient town near mountains, orchards, vineyards, and the sea; acquire a new language; and gain useful college credit. This program is an excellent opportunity for all UNH students.
Food Aesthetics (Philosophy)
Food History in Italy
Terra Madre & Salone del Gusto, Sept. 22 – 26, Turin, Italy
Past field trips: permaculture farm, winery, olive oil mill, granary- pasta, dairy – cheese and gelato, coffee, salumi
Taught in English
September 8 to December 5
UNH CREDIT 16 to 20 credits
World Cultures Discovery
Food Aesthetics – Humanities,
Italian fulfills 4 – 8 credits language
COST* estimates: $14, 676, NH, $21,511 Other
* estimates don't include personal and travel expenses
2017 Spring, Dijon, France
EcoGastronomy in France
Overview: The EcoGastronomy in France program focuses on the food and wine industry from the ground up. Students get to experience the agricultural and business practices that have made the region world renowned for centuries.
Who Should Go? : This study abroad is for any student looking to discover a comprehensive look at an industry, from its production, to societal, to business aspects. This program is an excellent opportunity for all UNH students but especially Business, EcoGastronomy, Economics, Hotel & Restaurant Management, International Affairs, Marketing, Nutrition, Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainability, Tourism majors; and French minors.
French Art of Living
Wine Product and Tasting (Viticulture)
Food and Wine Tourism & Marketing
Taught in English, 105 Days!
Burgundy School of Business, AASCB International
Class sponsored travel to Beaune, Burgundy, Champagne, Jura, and Beaujolais regions and an International conference in Dusseldorf, Germany
January 19 to April 30
20 credits UNH Credit
World Cultures Discovery
Food and Wine Tourism (HMGT 771)
Can test out of 4 credits of language
Business majors can count Entrepreneurship as MGT 732 and EcoG majors can count this as 600+ level elective
COST* estimate: $14,445 UNH, $21, 280 Other