Study Away A Little Closer to Home
Since 1988, UNH has been a member of National Student Exchange--a consortium of over 160 colleges and universities throughout the United States, U.S. territories, and Canada. UNH students from both the Durham and Manchester campuses can exchange with NSE member institutions across North America with one easy application.
Every UNH or UNH-Manchester has access to the UNH NSE Coordinator's appointment calendar, and may schedule an in-person or Zoom appointment through myWildcat Success. Please indicate your preference in the comments. In-person appointments will be held in Conant Hall, room 310.
Still Accepting Applications!
Contact us for a list of NSE campuses still accepting applications for Spring '23.
Navigate the tabs across the top of this site to learn more about how NSE works at UNH, how to apply, what the costs are, and more.
Other ways to learn more about NSE:
National Student Exchange, the NHCUC Student Exchange Program, the UC Santa Cruz exchange, and the New England Land Grant Exchange are separate programs, but all are managed by the Study Away USA office, now part of the UNH Global Education Center in Conant Hall. All UNH exchange policies and eligibility requirements apply.