As teachers, research mentors and advisers, you play an important role in the international education of the increasing numbers of students involved in the International Affairs Dual Major, area studies minors, study abroad, and extra-curricular activities such as the Model UN or Students Without Borders. We hope you will find the resources and information provided in these pages to be useful and helpful. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Your knowledge and support of international education can have a strong impact on whether a student decides to take advantage of these often life changing opportunities. Please visit the following links to learn more about supporting students to study abroad, pursue the International Affairs Dual Major or other international opportunities.
Teaching in the IA Program
If you are interested in sharing your talents and expertise with students as part of the IA teaching team, please contact the CIE Director.
Faculty International Development
As a UNH faculty member you are eligible for grant opportunities that will feed your own international interests or tap your special area of expertise.
Developing UNH-Managed Study Abroad Programs
All faculty-led and co-curricular international programs and activities have special responsibilities and must conform to the procedures developed by the University Committee on Study Abroad and the Center for International Education. If you are interested in developing a UNH-Managed Study Abroad programs, please review these guidelines and contact the CIE Director if you have questions.
Risk Management Resources for UNH Study Abroad Programs
Here you will find information on risk management support for international travel and study abroad programs, including the new International Travel Assistance and Insurance Program. Additionally, there are materials that were presented at the 2009 CIE Health, Safety and Risk Management Workshop.
Most international collaborations require an agreement to establish the terms of the relationship. This can be a helpful process and contribute to a successful affiliation by determining in advance each institution’s roles and responsibilities as well as the terms and conditions of the joint venture. This section describes the most common types of agreements, provides agreement templates, and explains the procedures for developing and implementing them.
- About CIE
- Int'l Affairs Dual Major / Minor
- Why IA?
- What is a Dual Major?
- IA DUAL MAJOR: Policy, Curriculum & Requirements
- IA MINOR: Policy, Curriculum & Requirements
- Advising and Registration
- Career Planning
- IA Profiles
- IA Faculty
- IA Alumni
- FAQs for IA Students
- IA Peer Mentors
- Study Abroad
- Getting Started
- Applied - Accepted
- While Abroad
- Returning to UNH
- Documents & Forms
- Study Abroad FAQs
- Faculty & Advisors
- Study Abroad Programs
- Incoming International Exchange Students
- Outgoing International Exchange Students
- The World at UNH
- UNH Int'l Travel Policies & Resources
- International Travel Assistance & Insurance Program
- Policy on International Travel Risk Review (ITRR)
- International Travel Registry
- Developing UNH-Managed Study Abroad Programs
- International Agreements
- Risk Management Tools