University of Lincoln, England
You will want to apply in February for the following Fall semester in England
The University is set in the heart of the historic city of Lincoln - a safe, student-friendly city. The University’s main campus is close to the city centre, and everything you could need or want is close by. The city has much to offer, with plenty of high street stores, restaurants and bars, and for those in search of culture there is a good selection of theaters and galleries. In addition, the city provides a winning blend of a contemporary setting combined with historical sights of interest, such as the Cathedral and an ancient castle.
University of New Haven students have an opportunity to study in England through the University of Lincoln exchange program. The benefit to UNH students is that you will register at UNH and pay the same tuition cost as if you were attending in West Haven. Students pay housing and meals at University of Lincoln. This is one of the few study abroad programs which applies institutional aid to your tuition costs for study abroad.
For student living, Lincoln is perfectly suited for international students. The winning combination of a vibrant and traditionally English city with a broad range of cultural activities and venues makes Lincoln an exciting environment in which to live and study.
Overlooked by its famous Cathedral, Lincoln offers a rare but successful mixture of old and new. This is demonstrated by the ancient castle and cobbled streets being only walking distance from the bustling city centre. For those in search of culture there is the newly built £12.5m museum, The Collection: Art and Archaeology in Lincolnshire; a theatre and a newly converted arts centre holding regular dramatic performances; as well as Bishop’s Palace, playing regular host to all things Shakespearian. There is a multi-screen cinema right opposite the University, plus a wide selection of bars and restaurants throughout the city offering a variety of cuisines. At the centre of it all is the University. Situated in the attractive waterfront area in the heart of the city, the University of Lincoln’s location is convenient for all amenities.
Universidad De Jaen, Spain
You must be able to speak and learn in the Spanish language to participate in this exchange!
University of New Haven students have an opportunity to study in Spain through the University of Jaen exchange program. The benefit to UNH students is that you will register at UNH and pay the same tuition cost as if you were attending in West Haven. Students pay housing and meals at University of Jaen. This is one of the few study abroad programs which applies institutional aid to your tuition costs for study abroad.
You must be able to speak and learn in the Spanish language. Generally this will mean that you have taken at least four semesters of Spanish language however all applicants will take Spanish as a second language exam prior to admission to ensure you have the language skills necessary to be successful.
Students will also be expected to obtain a student visa for Spain after acceptance to the program. This will involve visiting Spain’s Consulate office in NYC. The visa requirements are available on the Spain consulate website.
Reutlingen University, Germany
Reutlingen University sees itself as one of the leading German institutes of higher education. It offers technical, economic and interdisciplinary programs, and considers the interaction between these areas of study as essential for an education that will ensure a secure future for our graduates.