UNH allows federal, state, and institutional aid to transfer for all UNH-Managed, UNH-Exchange and UNH-Approved programs. You will be able to factor in airfare as an educational cost and consider the cost of living in your host country for your estimated expenses.
There are a variety of additional UNH and other national scholarships available for study abroad.
There are study abroad destinations where the cost of living and exchange rate make living abroad cheaper than living in Durham.
Studying abroad is not just for liberal arts students anymore. There are a variety of programs - and scholarships - for students majoring in the sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics and health.
In multiple studies, employers confirm that study abroad contributes to acquiring critical professional skills such as cross-cultural communication and understanding, exposure to different perspectives and ways of thinking, adaptability, acting independently, problem-solving and functioning in new and different environments.
A recent longitudinal study showed that compared with their peers, study-abroad alumni have higher full-time employment rates, lower unemployment rates and higher starting salaries than the national average.
Study abroad is for everyone! Students connected with OMSA, TRIO, Connect, Military and Veterans Services and DSS have all studied abroad.
UNH has taken the national IIE Generation Study Abroad pledge to substantially increase the number of students we send abroad and to make sure that students from a broad range of backgrounds have this opportunity. This includes access to a variety of scholarships.