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Consortium, Exchange & Foreign Study

Full-time UNH students have the opportunity to participate in many domestic exchange programs and foreign study programs without withdrawing from the University. Students who are interested in any of these programs should contact the appropriate office (see list below) for information on eligibility, applications and deadlines.

  • New Hampshire College and University Council (NHCUC Consortium) Exchange Program, the National Student Exchange Program, the University of California-Santa Cruz Exchange Program, and for The Washington Center for Internships.
    Paula DiNardo, National Student Exchange Office, Hood House 106, (603) 862-2064.

  • General information about foreign study programs offered.
    Leonie Meijer, Global Education Center, Conant 310, (603) 862-2398.

  • International Affairs Dual Major
    Katia Sowers, McConnell Hall 102C, (603) 862-2534.

  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics Program.
    Caitlin Baldwin, CEPS Dean’s Office, Kingsbury Hall, (603) 862-1783.

  • COLA managed programs including the following Semester-long Programs:  Budapest (fall JUST) and (spring HUMA), Dijon (LLC), Ghana (HUMA), Granada (LLC), and London.
    Summer Programs: Belize, Berlin, Cambridge, Chengdu, Costa Rica (
    LLC), Dijon, and Moscow. January Term Programs: Belize, Costa Rica (POLT), London Experience, and Rome.
    James Parsons, COLA Center for Study Abroad, Murkland 116, (603) 862-3962.

  • COLSA Managed Programs include: UNH in Italy, Dr. Jesse Morrell, Kendall Hall, (603) 862-2547 and EcoQuest, Donna Dowal, James Hall, (603) 862-2036.

Visit the Global Education Center website for more information about all the opportunities available to students.