Follow these procedures for developing a UNH-mangaged study abroad program of less than one month duration.
Faculty-led, short-term study abroad programs and activities assume special responsibilities. The following guidelines and program proposal forms should be implemented by all international program directors to ensure the safety of all participants.
Faculty-led, short-term study abroad programs comprise most of the following features:
- UNH course or extra-curricular trip
- On-site supervision and/or instruction by a UNH professor for the duration of the program
- Students typically will earn UNH credit, or a combination of UNH credit and transfer credit
- Duration is less than one month and takes place during January-term, winter and spring breaks, or summer
UNH policy prohibits study abroad in countries or areas that the U.S. Department of State rates as Level 3: Reconsider Travel or Level 4: Do Not Travel. U.S. Department of State Travel Advisories are available on line at: http://travel.state.gov.
Program directors must complete and submit a Faculty-led, Short-term Study Abroad Program Proposal Form and Questionnaire. Links to the Guidelines and Forms are below:
Directors of programs who are planning to offer study abroad courses that already have been approved by the College and UNH Global should complete the following renewal form: