It is with sadness and disappointment that UNH is announcing the cancellation of all student international travel programs and experiences for the Fall 2020 semester in accordance with our International Travel Risk Policy. The U.S. State Department Global Health Advisory Level 4: Do Not Travel remains in effect due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Applications for January and Spring 2021 remain open with the hope that education abroad programs can resume next year.
Updated July 20, 2020 (Note: This document will be updated as information changes).
Who should I contact at Education Abroad if I have questions?
Your first point of contact in the Office of Education Abroad should always be your Education Abroad Advisor. Education Abroad Advisors can be contacted by message through your VIA account. Education Abroad Advisors are also available for virtual advising. Appointments for virtual advising can be made through MyWildcat Success. Finally, you may also contact the Office of Education Abroad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am having issues with uploading forms or other technical issues with Via, what should I do?
Please send a detailed message to your Education Abroad Advisor through VIA and your Advisor will respond to you directly.
Where can I find the latest information about UNH’s decisions related to International Travel?
The latest information can be found on UNH’s Education abroad website http://nopalapparel.com/global/education-abroad Official announcements and communications will also be shared by message through VIA and email. The UNH COVID-19 website remains the source of all information related to COVID-19 http://nopalapparel.com/main/coronavirus. Please note that UNH policy prohibits student travel and activities in countries and areas that the U.S. Department of State rates as Level 3: Reconsider Travel or Level 4: Do Not Travel. http://nopalapparel.com/global/policy-international-travel-risk-review-itrr
Spring 2021 and beyond
Do you recommend I hold off studying abroad until Spring or Summer 2021?
2020欧洲杯时间安排We continue to monitor this evolving global health pandemic on a day-to-day basis. While we hope that conditions improve in the near future to enable international travel and programming, the reality is that we must watch and wait. For a higher degree of certainty, we recommend that students consider planning their study abroad experience for Spring 2021 or later.
My parents don’t want me to study abroad due to COVID-19, but I do, what do you advise?
2020欧洲杯时间安排We encourage every UNH student to have an open discussion about study abroad with their family to come to the decision about when, where, and how to have the most successful international experience.
I am an IA dual major and I’m required to study abroad. What should I do??
Please contact the IA department staff to explore options.