UNH Int'l Travel Policies & Resources

Anton Gaudi mosaic style bench in Parque Guell, Barcelona, Spain (photo by Kelly Taveras '14)
Anton Gaudi mosaic style bench in Parque Güell, Barcelona, Spain (photo by Kelly Taveras '14)

UNH is committed to the expansion of our international activities and the safety of our faculty, staff, researchers and students involved in international programs, research and engagement. To this end, UNH has developed risk management policies, guidelines, and procedures for international travelers on UNH-related activities. No institution can eliminate all risks and guarantee the safety of its community members on or off campus. The health and safety of participants engaged in international activities is a partnership of all contributing constituents—faculty, administrators, institutional partners, and students—who assume individual responsibility for their role in mitigating the risks of the international activities.

Please review the following information to learn about the policies, guidelines and resources available to support the international activities, exchange and engagement of the UNH community.

Policy on International Travel Risk Review

International Insurance

  • For students, faculty and staff traveling abroad on UNH-related activities
  • International accident and sickness medical insurance
  • Travel assistance and emergency services
  • Pre-trip country-specific information & health/safety email alerts

Developing UNH-Managed Study Abroad Programs

International Agreements & Operations

Travel Resources