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St. Martins Gate in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Abroad diaries part three: Cherishing the people you meet along the way

Emma Kostyun, Contributing Writer April 19, 2023

As my time in Budapest continues, I began to think back to a time before the trip when I was packing my suitcase. For a fleeting moment, I rethought my decision to study abroad. I thought being away for...

Devin Mack, Gabriela Onasanya, Sarah Craft and Emma Kostyun at the Budapest Opera House.

Abroad diaries part two: Taking advantage of European travel

Emma Kostyun, Contributing Writer April 10, 2023

One month into our journey and classes have begun. It seems surreal that we have homework when surrounded by such an unknown country that entices us to explore it. Although, who am I to complain as we...

Nine UNH students begin their study abroad journey in Budapest, Hungary.

Getting Our Footing in Budapest, Hungary

Emma Kostyun, Contributing Writer March 20, 2023

Nine strangers met for only their third time in Boston International Airport to spend the next four months with each other. After eight hours in the air we touched down in Budapest, Hungary. Through the...

UNH cancels 2021 J-term, spring study abroad

Hannah Donahue September 25, 2020
On Tuesday Sept. 22 Associate Vice Provost for International Programs Kerryellen Vroman announced via email to University of New Hampshire (UNH) students the official cancellation of J-term and spring 2021 education abroad programming.
UNH Global cancels fall 2020 study abroad

UNH Global cancels fall 2020 study abroad

Hannah Donahue June 26, 2020
In an email to students, the University of New Hampshire’s Global Education Center announced their decision to cancel all fall 2020 study abroad programs in accordance with their International Travel Risk Policy.

UNH supports Chengdu in coronavirus battle

Hannah Donahue February 13, 2020
What started as a canceled spring semester abroad for some University of New Hampshire (UNH) students planning on attending China’s Chengdu University, ultimately led Yige Wang and a handful of others to pursue financial and medical donations to the Chengdu University Affiliated Hospital

A student abroad: Two summers in South Korea

Hannah Donahue February 13, 2020
Once upon a time, at the age of 18, I imagined I would study, work and dwell within my rural town in New Hampshire for my entire life; that all changed once I received the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study abroad for eight weeks in Busan, South Korea during Summer 2018 and Gwangju, South Korea during Summer 2019.

Study abroad at UNH

Hannah Donahue April 4, 2019
The COLA study abroad program offers opportunities for all students

Student panel discusses abroad experiences

Bret Belden November 21, 2016

A panel of UNH students spoke about their experiences going abroad on Thursday, Nov. 17 in Talk the Walk, an  event put on by the UNH Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Each of the student...

TNH Travels: ‘One Past Lush’

Bret Belden October 20, 2016

I chose to study abroad in France during spring semester 2015. My friend Amanda traveled with me around Europe for our two-week spring break from the University of Bourgogne: Dijon. On day 10, we flew...

Anecdotes from abroad

September 18, 2015

By Miranda Wilder Staff Writer I got to London on Aug. 27, 2014. My best friend died five days later. I’m not saying this to be morbid, I’m letting you know that I was a 20-year-old escapist with a...

UNH student studying in Chile has marked herself as 'safe' on Facebook

September 18, 2015

By Tom Z. Spencer and Miranda Wilder Staff Writers Amy Simon, a UNH student studying abroad in Santiago, marked herself safe via Facebook at 1:09 a.m. EST on Sept. 17 after an earthquake struck offshore...

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