The University offers opportunities for full-time, degree candidates with a declared major, 32 credits, and a minimum 2.50 cumulative grade-point average to study in many foreign institutions.
The Budapest, Hungary Exchange Program
UNH and CEPS offers students an opportunity to spend the fall semester of the junior year in Budapest, Hungary studying engineering, mathematics, and physical sciences at the Technical University of Budapest (BUTE). This is a UNH managed program.
The program allows students to be exposed to foreign culture and language by living in another country and interacting with students from all over the world. This experience helps students to achieve international proficiency, indispensable with the advent of internationalization of science, engineering jobs and the global market economy. Participation in the program advances opportunities for worldwide careers in engineering, science, and technology.
Students follow a similar schedule to the UNH schedule and all courses are taught in English. Students are required to have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.5 to participate in this program. For more information, check out the website or contact Prof. Todd Gross, Study Abroad advisor.
Other Study Abroad Opportunities
Other opportunities exist for ME students to spend a semester abroad at another institution. Several students have spent a semester in Australia. Although there was no formal program in place, they were able to work out a schedule that would still allow them to graduate on time. Also, one student spent a summer in Scotland conducting research on an IROP grant at the Heriot-Watt University. To find out more about international opportunities, students should contact the Center for International Education (Hood House).
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