It's Easy to Study Abroad
The College of Liberal Arts offers a variety of managed study abroad programs that are administered by College faculty and the College of Liberal Arts Center for Study Abroad. These programs are perfect opportunities to experience and learn about a different culture, to challenge yourself, and, in non-English-speaking countries, to increase your proficiency in a foreign language.
Because the College administers these programs, registration, finances, and logistics are much easier for students than they would be for programs administered by other schools or institutions. Here are some of the financial benefits:
- eligible for federal financial in the semester- and year-long programs
- guaranteed 16 credits in the semester-long programs so you stay on track with your credits
- pay UNH tuition as you normally would
- most UNH student fees are waived
- each program has a single “program fee” which covers housing, excursions, and, in most cases, board
The College of Liberal Arts Center for Study Abroad is located in 116 Murkland Hall. To learn more about any of the following programs, visit the Center or contact Lisa Mulvey, College of Liberal Arts Study Abroad Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, (603) 862-3962.
The B. Thomas Trout Scholarship
This scholarshop supports annually up to five College of Liberal Arts undergraduate students with outstanding academic records and financial need, allowing them to participate in a UNH-managed study abroad program in the College. Nominations are due from faculty by March 29, 2013 (students who are submitting letters to faculty for nomination consideration should submit them to faculty by March 15). Learn more.
London, England: Fall and/or spring courses in the British studies, the arts, humanities, and a wide range of other subjects at Regent’s College, London.
Faculty Director: Douglas Lanier, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-3796, 12A Hamilton Smith Hall.
Dijon, France: Academic year, spring, or summer study of French language and other liberal arts courses at the Université de Bourgogne, Dijon.
Faculty Director: Claire Malarte-Feldman, email@example.com, (603) 862-2399, 225 Hood House.
Legon, Ghana: Spring term program in a wide range of courses at the University of Ghana, one of West Africa’s most prestigious universities.
Faculty Director: Burt Feintuch, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-4356, 23 Huddleston Hall.
Budapest, Hungary: Spring term program focusing on modern Hungarian and Central European history and culture at Corvinus University.
Faculty Director: Stephen Trzaskoma, email@example.com, (603) 862-3648, 306 Murkland Hall.
Ascoli Piceno, Italy: Summer, semester, or full-year study in the humanities and social sciences at the UNH-in-Italy campus.
Faculty Director: Piero Garofalo, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-3769, G10J Murkland Hall.
Granada, Spain: Spring semester study in Spanish and other disciplines at the Centro de Lenguas Modernas of the University of Granada.
Faculty Director: Lina Lee, email@example.com, (603) 862-3123, 201A Murkland Hall.
Belize: Four-week summer Archaeological Field School in Belize or three-week January term course in Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize.
Faculty Director: Eleanor Harrison-Buck, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-4742, 311 Huddleston Hall.
Chengdu, China: Three-week summer program in Chinesese language study at both the beginner and advanced levels at Chengdu University.
Faculty Director: Yige Wang, email@example.com, (603) 978-2264, G14 Murkland Hall.
Cambridge, England: Six-week summer program offering courses in history, literature, and humanities at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University.
Faculty Director: Brigitte Bailey, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-1313, 117 Hamilton Smith Hall.
Berlin, Germany: Five-week summer immersion program in German language and culture at the BSI Private Language School in central Berlin.
Faculty Director: Mary Rhiel, email@example.com, (603) 862-0063, Murkland Hall.
Palermo, Italy: Four-week summer education course in mafia and anti-mafia movements as they are represented in literature, education, cinema, and law.
Faculty Director: Paula Salvio, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 969-2024, 6 Morrill Hall.
January Term and Short-Term Programs
Belize: Eight to eleven days in Belize in spring term for graduate students in education, upper-level education majors, and professional teachers earning continuing education credits.
Faculty Director: Michael Middleton, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-7054, 203 Morrill Hall.
Costa Rica: January term course in the Politics of Costa Rica at the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica in San Jose.
Faculty Director: Mary Malone, email@example.com, (603) 862-1406, 314 Horton Social Science Center.
London, England: January term course, the London Experience, a ten-day experience of the theatre of London with insights into its politics, society, and culture.
Faculty Director: David Kaye, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 862-0667, M313 Paul Creative Arts Center.
Rome, Italy: January term course in Roman architecture and society at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome.
Faculty Director: R. Scott Smith, email@example.com, (603) 862-2388, 301 Murkland Hall.
For a list of diversity resources available to students, including disability resources specific to studying abroad, please visit the Center for International Education's Diversity page.