Full-time UNH students have the opportunity to participate in many domestic exchange programs and foreign study programs without withdrawing from the University. Students who are interested in any of these programs should contact the appropriate office (see list below) for information on eligibility, applications and deadlines.
Paula DiNardo in the National Exchange Office, Hood House, Room 106, is the contact person for the New Hampshire College and University Council (NHCUC Consortium) Exchange Program, the National Student Exchange Program, the University of California-Santa Cruz Exchange Programs, and for the Washington Center for Internships.
Sara Miller at the Center for International Education, 223 Hood House, will provide general information on foreign study programs offered (862-2398).
Mindy McMahon, 227 Hood House, will provide information on the International Affairs Dual Major (862-3721).
Caitlin Baldwin , Academic Counselor, CEPS Deanís Office, Kingsbury Hall, (862-1781) will assist students interested in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Budapest University of Technology and Economics Program.
Lisa Mulvey (862-4005), Hamilton Smith Room 53 is the contact person for the London Program, Cambridge Summer Program. and Ghana Program.
Kevin Sousa (603-862-2062) at Justiceworks, Huddleston Hall, is the contact person for the College of Liberal Arts Justice Studies Budapest Program.
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures offers study abroad programs in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, and Costa Rica. Contact Lisa Mulvey (862-4005) for information.
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