UNH is committed to diversifying education abroad in the broadest sense. In keeping with UNH values of diversity, inclusion and equity, we want to ensure that all students, from the broadest range of backgrounds, have the opportunity to go abroad.
Because of the demonstrated academic, career and personal benefits of this high impact experience, UNH is committed to substantially increasing the number of students who study, intern, volunteer and do research abroad. Regardless of your race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability or family background, education abroad is for you!
UNH and other national organizations are financially committed to supporting underrepresented students’ education abroad. Below are links to these scholarships and fellowships:
- UNH Diversity Scholarship
- Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarship
- Diversity Abroad Guide to Funding Study and Internships Abroad
- The Center for Global Education Resources
If you think study abroad couldn’t be for you or isn’t important, please check out our pages on Why Go Abroad and Myths & Realities.
Below are additional general resources and information you may find helpful: