• UNH alumni at international event in NYC, May 2016


May 2008: IA alumni in Washington DC

The Alumni Association coordinates a variety of alumni groups, events and programs.  Alumni interested in supporting the study abroad program can give back to the Center for International Education and Global Engagement by endowing student scholarships or various other areas of critical importance. Alumni can also come back to campus to share their skills, experience and career journey with interested students.

Facts and Figures

Study abroad alumni live in all 50 states and many countries around the world. Thousands of UNH students have studied abroad, including more than 1000 students have completed the International Affairs (IA) dual major or minor since 1985. From the beginning, CIEGE has made an effort to stay in touch with its alumni. Please bring us up to date on your life by completing a simple Study Abroad Alumni Form. A great way to keep your connection alive with UNH alumni interested in international issues is to join the UNH International Affairs and Study Abroad Alumni group on LinkedIn.

Share your success stories and photos with us

We have a great collection of alumni profiles. They provide testimony to the success of the international affairs dual major and inspiration to all. Please continue to share your stories with us! Browse through photos and slideshows from past events.

Happy Returns ~ IA alumni back on campus

With support from a Class of 1954 Academic Enrichment Fund, CIEGE has established the Happy Returns program to bring International Affairs alumni from across the schools/colleges back to campus to discuss their work, their academic preparation, and their career paths with students and others in the university community. Click here for more information.


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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