While planning for study abroad is exciting, it can also seem overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be. Here are eight easy steps you must take to get things started:
Step 1: Attend a mandatory Study Abroad Information Session, offered weekly once the semester starts. Check News & Events on the CIE home page for more information.
Step 3: Apply for your passport. If you already have one, it must be valid for 6 months after you return.
Step 4: Research UNH study abroad programs.
Step 6: Plan ahead: Look into financing & budgeting, scholarships, health, diversity, FAQs (see links on left). Talk to your Academic Advisor to discuss which courses you should reserve for your time abroad.
Step 7: Choose and apply to a study abroad program before:
- March 15 (summer and fall)
- October 1 (spring)
Step 8: Notify your Study Abroad Advisor as soon as you have applied.
Once you have gone through these steps, you will move on to the next phase: Applied-Accepted.
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