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Short-term Study Abroad Programs

Students who are looking for a shorter length program can choose to participate in one of our faculty-led programs. These programs most often times occur in the Summer or Winter Intersession. Small groups of students will travel with their faculty and explore the culture and country through their coursework.

Current Programs

Summer 2015

Food & Literature in Paris, France


This one-month summer program hosted by the CEA Global Campus in Paris, France is an excellent opportunity for students to study the foods that shape society and the post-colonial literature of former French colonies. In conjunction with class, students will explore Paris and visit sites like the Parisian food markets. Click here to view the program flyer.


Tropical Marine Ecology in the Bahamas

Marine Biology

This course provides students with a hands-on opportunity to learn and explore the complex and diverse organisms and ecosystems found in tropical coastal regions. During this two week program in San Salvador, Bahamas students will explore reefs, mangroves, seagrass meadows, hardbottom and sand flat communities by snorkeling, before engaging in a group research project. If you would like to know more about the Tropical Marine Biology trip to San Salvador, check out their Summer 2013 daily blog.

Art & Design in Tuscany, Italy, Summer 2015

Learn The Art & Design in Tuscany study abroad program is an interdisciplinary program designed to bring together students from interior design, graphic design and fine arts in a specialized and intensive program. Through this program, students will gain an in-depth cultural and historical understanding of Italian architecture as a frameworks for developing meaningful projects in partnership with the Prato City Council and local artists. 


Food & Wine in Tuscany, Italy, Summer 2015

Come study at the UNH Tuscany Campus this summer and experience the food, wine & culture of Italy. Earn 6 credits while living and learning immersed in Italian life. Students will take part in weekly trips to the surrounding regions of Prato; South to Montalcino, North to Parma & Reggio, West to Livorno, and East to Pimini & San Marino. Need we say more— come learn with us! 



Henry C. Lee College Study Abroad Programs

MoscowThe Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences offers several short-term study abroad options for its' students. The programs are designed for students to visit criminal justice agencies and take part in sightseeing opportunities in locations such as China, Italy, Poland and Russia. Each of the programs will be hosted by a faculty member of the College. To learn more visit the Henry C. Lee College Study Abroad Programs page.