The English Department manages a study abroad program in Cambridge, England. The College of Liberal Arts manages a second program in London, England. Both programs offer English Department majors an opportunity to take literature and writing courses towards their major. Various departments across the University manage over a dozen other programs, many of which are available to students from any major. The University approves scores of others programs and administers a number of national exchange programs.
Join us for the University of New Hampshire’s Summer Program in Cambridge, England. Take two of the courses offered in English literature, writing, and history. All courses are taught by Cambridge University or University of New Hampshire professors. Students live in private rooms at Gonville & Caius (pronounced keys) College on Trinity Street, in the heart of downtown Cambridge. Established in 1348, Caius, as it is commonly known, is the fourth-oldest of Cambridge University’s thirty-one colleges. Morning and evening meals are held in a magnificent, medieval-style dining hall. On occasion, join the faculty for dinner at High Table. Weekly excursions take students to London, Dover, Canterbury, Stratford-on-Avon, and other destinations in the U.K. For nearly 30 years, the UNH Summer Program in Cambridge has provided more than 1,500 students with an uncommon and enriching experience.
The London Program
Come to London and study in the heart of a great city. The University of New Hampshire invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors from colleges and universities in New Hampshire, and New Hampshire residents studying elsewhere, to come to central London and take courses in British studies, the arts, and an exceptionally wide range of other basic subjects during the fall and/or spring semesters. The site of the UNH London Program is Regent's College, a center for international study abroad that houses, among others, this special UNH program. The program is designed to enable a student to spend a semester or a year in the United Kingdom while making normal progress toward a U.S. degree.