UNH Global

UNH actively promotes international engagement and cross-cultural understanding. In today's globalized and interdependent world, studying international affairs and having a transnational perspective are critical skills for success and have never been more vital -- or valuable. With a dynamic roster of global opportunities, a teaching faculty conducting research worldwide and an increasingly international student body, UNH brings the world to our campuses and the world to UNH.

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Education Abroad

Interested in studying abroad or a pursuing a nontraditional experience?

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International Affairs Dual Major/Minor

The IA dual major or minor can be combined with any other major at UNH.

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International Students

The Office of International Students and Scholars provides services to bring international, campus, and local communities together.

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International Faculty & Scholars

Find resources on everything from preparing applications for U.S. immigration to hosting visiting scholars.

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Global Partners

The University of New Hampshire maintains cooperative agreements with foreign educational institutions around the world.

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International Travel Registry

UNH-related travel requires enrollment in the International Travel Registry.

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Global Activity Map

Click on the map to find out how many UNH faculty, students and/or alumni are in or from a particular country.

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Global Faces

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Krysta Gingue '17, Sid Nigam '16, Ariel Pueyo Encinas '16 and Paige Balcom '16
Krysta Gingue '17, Sid Nigam '16, Ariel Pueyo Encinas '16 and Paige Balcom '16
United States

Several students received prestigious awards in May 2016.

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Professor Marla Brettschneider, Chair of the Department of Political Science and Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program
Professor Marla Brettschneider, Chair of the Department of Political Science and Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program
Angola

Brettschneider recently published "The Jewish Phenomenon in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Politics of Contradictory Discourses."

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Sameer Honwad
Sameer Honwad, Assistant Professor of STEM Education
Sameer Honwad, Assistant Professor of STEM Education
Bhutan

Professor Honwad has been working on a research project in Bhutan to learn how youth merge different knowledge systems and make decisions on urgent environmental problems.

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