Who says science and engineering students can't study abroad or don't need to?
CEPS maintains exchange programs with universities in Edinburgh, Scotland. Additionally, the UNH International Research Opportunities Program provides grants for students who want to do research abroad during the summer.
Opportunities open to UNH students
UNH students in Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering are eligible to spend a semester at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. UNH is also one of the universities where Heriot-Watt students can spend their fifth year completing a master's in engineering degree. Civil Engineering students interested in finding out more information should e-mail Prof. Bob Henry. Mechanical Engineering students should e-mail Prof. Barbaros Celikkol.
Conducting Research Abroad
UNH students from any major can apply for a grant to pursue a research project abroad with the International Research Opportunities Program. Recipients spend 9 weeks doing research in a foreign country during the summer of their junior year. UNH students have conducted research in Costa Rica, France, Spain, Brazil, Hong Kong, Norway, Australia, England, Finland, Thailand, Tanzania, Honduras, Ecuador, Russia, Canada, and Ukraine.
Center for International Education
For information about other exchange programs and international activities at UNH, visit the CIE website.