The university’s exchange programs allow students to study abroad at a foreign university and live like the locals. Our students are embedded in the culture and are able to increase their global awareness and gain new perspectives. Students will meet interesting new people, have new experiences socially and develop lasting international friendships.
Students who take part in an exchange program experience a new way of learning that could result in a whole new outlook on their program. In addition to gaining the experience of living or working overseas, students will develop relevant, marketable skills such as problem-solving, communication, and analytical skills that international organizations are looking for when hiring.
Exchange program with Korean National Police University - South Korea
This is an exciting opportunity for Criminal Justice students to become immersed in a different culture and gain a first-hand view of policing from an international perspective. The KNPU combines classroom study with physical training to produce supervisory-level officers for the Korean National Police.
Exchange program with Saxion University - Netherlands
During the semester at the Saxion University of Applied Science, the students will take courses in Performance and Risk-based Integrated Security Methodology.
Exchange program with the Polish National Police - Poland
This program is designed to familiarize students with the Polish criminal justice system, including police, courts, and corrections.
Exchange program with the University of Central Lancashire - England
The Study Abroad Exchange Program allows for Forensic Science students to study at UCLan, situated in the heart of the North West of England. The University has been at the forefront of developing degrees in Forensic Science to meet emerging sector needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
For questions about other University of New Haven Study Abroad programs, please see our general Study Abroad FAQ.
FAQ About Study Abroad