The UNH Master of Science in Analytics and Graduate Certificate in Analytics welcome applicants from around the world to apply for admission. Applications from non-U.S. citizens residing outside the U.S. should be submitted as early as possible to ensure sufficient review time for admission and visa clearance prior to the program start date in May. VISA clearance could take as long as 3 months. Supporting material like TOEFL can arrive after your application.
All international applicants must meet the admissions criteria. Both programs begin in May, at this time we only have a summer start.
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Classes have begun and the application process has closed for this cohort. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Applications Accepted on a Rolling Basis.
TOEFL is required for international students whose primary language is not English. The minimum score requirements for the TOEFL are:
TOEFL (Paper Based): 550
TOEFL (Internet Based): 80
TOEFL (Computer Based): 213
TOEIC* (Test of English for International Communication)
IELTS* (International English Language Testing System): 6.5
*The ITP (if administered at the University of New Hampshire), IELTS and TOEIC may be accepted on a case-by-case basis; please contact the Graduate School directly for more information.
The GMAT and GRE are not required. Learn more here.
Once students are admitted to UNH, they will be required to submit the "International Applicant Financial Declaration form," which must be completed whether or not funds have been requested from the University. Do not send the financial form, statements or passport copies with your application materials. If admitted, the Office of International Students and Scholars will provide the information and forms necessary to obtain a student visa.
Tuition and Financial Assistance
To view tuition for Graduate Analytics & Data Science programs, please visit the Tuition and Fees page here.
Our program offers no funding at this time. Especially in comparison with other Graduate Analytics programs, our programs are an exceptional value.
One scholarship currently exists for enrolled students, which is in the health specialization cluster, and is awarded during the 2nd semester. On-campus job opportunities for existing students may be found on the Wildcat Careers website.
Funding for international students is limited at UNH. The Office of International Students & Scholars is a great resource for international students. This office supports applicants/students by assisting with the Estimate of Annual Expenses.
The Masters of Science in Analytics program is on the STEM Optional Practical Training (OPT) list of approved majors. You will find it on the STEM-Designated Degree Program List. The STEM extension rule extends your stay for another 12 months. OPT allows F-1 students to obtain employment in areas related to their academic major and degree level. Twelve months of OPT is available at each degree level. If you get hired by certain companies, you can stay for another 24 months. Learn more on the OPT here.
VISA and International-related Questions
The OISS provides immigration advising and support. This office supports applicants and students by assisting with the application, Visa and admissions process, providing resources, ESL Institute, transferring logistics to UNH, and the Estimate of Annual Expenses. OISS will helps students discover opportunities at UNH to immerse in American culture and share traditions with others from the U.S. and from around the globe.
Health Insurance for International Students
New international students should visit the website of the Office of International Students and Scholars to obtain information on new student orientations and other information important to new international students. Please plan on arriving prior to the beginning of the program start date in order to participate in International Student Orientation, get moved in and familiar with the UNH campus.
On-campus: Please contact the Housing Department to inquire about Babcock Hall and Forest Park - the two on-campus housing options available to graduate students. Here is a link to their contact information. Their office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time).
University of New Hampshire Off-Campus Housing List.
Durham Housing Authority: http://durhamlandlordassociation.com/
Facebook Groups, such as the Class of 2016 (Links to an external site.) group page, where students list their sublets.
OISS (UNH Office of International Students & Scholars) lists offers suggestions for housing: www.unh.edu/oiss/arranging-housing