About the Program
View the fall 2013 London Program Pre-Departure Manual.
View the fall 2013 Emergency Procedures & Insurance Information Handout.
View the fall 2013 Pre-Departure Orientation PowerPoint presentation.
Study in the heart of a great city
Come to London and study in the heart of a great city. The University of New Hampshire invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors from colleges and universities in New Hampshire, and New Hampshire residents studying elsewhere, to come to central London and take courses in British studies, the arts, and an exceptionally wide range of other basic subjects during the fall and/or spring semesters. The site of the UNH London Program is Regent's College, a center for international study abroad that houses, among others, this special UNH program. The program is designed to enable a student to spend a semester or a year in the United Kingdom while making normal progress toward a U.S. degree.
A campus in the park
Situated in the 487-acre Regent's Park, Regent's College combines the advantages of a residential college (set amid lawns, gardens, trees, and lakes) with the attractions of one of the world's great cities. Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, the West End theatre district, and Piccadilly Circus are only minutes away. Regent's College is a center for international education, serving students from a variety of American colleges and universities and also from continental Europe. As members of UNH's London Program, students will be provided with college housing (please obtain an informational package from the program office for complete details) and will take most meals with other program participants in the college refectory. For recreation, tennis courts and playing fields are available. The college organizes social events and excursions to museums, concerts, and other local attractions. You can also join the nearby International Student House, a recreational club that provides opportunities to meet people from widely divergent cultures and backgrounds.