Students wanting to study abroad for the semester can choose from over 400 programs across the world. Many students will choose to study abroad at the University’s satellite campus in Tuscany, Italy while others will choose to study through one of our partner programs.
The University of New Haven Tuscany Campus in Prato, Italy
To learn more about the UNH Tuscany campus visit www.newhaven.edu/tuscany
Third Party Providers
In addition to our own campus, the University of New Haven has agreements with the following third-party providers. With each provider, there are a multitude of options in terms of program model and type. Some programs allow students to enroll directly in a foreign institution while others offer study centers with coursework all in English. Check out the Program Search tool to begin looking at all the different options or visit with our Staff who will guide you through the process.
Center for International Studies (CIS)
Academic Programs International (API)
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
University of New Haven Exchange Programs
There are also two exchange opportunities available to our students. In these types of programs, students enroll directly into the host institution however the benefit to UNH students is that they register at UNH and pay the same tuition and fees to UNH while paying housing and meals to the partner institution. Students are able to apply institutional aid to cover the tuition costs for these programs.
University of Lincoln, England - For more information about the university, visit their website http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/Remember, you will want to apply in February for the following Fall semester in England. This program only runs in the Fall semester.
Universidad De Jaen, Spain- For more information about the university, visit their website http://www.ujaen.es/
You must be able to speak and learn in the Spanish language to participate in this exchange!
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 Spanish Consulate website.