The University of New Hampshire’s world-class and research-driven education brings together students from 50 states and 70 countries. UNH offers more than 200 undergraduate and graduate degree programs across its three campuses in New Hampshire, a small state that creates a big impact through 133,000 UNH alumni across the globe.
UNH offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in engineering, health, computer science, business, law, life sciences and much more. With more than 200 programs across three New Hampshire campuses, you’ll find the academic path that will lead you to professional success.
English As Second Language
UNH requires English proficiency for admission, and our English as a Second Language (ESL) Institute offers a wide array of intensive English language courses for those who need support to meet UNH requirements.
At a Glance
alumni in 121 countries
UNH Graduate School offers 130+ master’s and doctoral degree programs online and on-campus in Durham and Manchester. Our graduate programs offer rigorous academics infused with experiential learning in a broad range of fields of study, each with depth that will inspire and challenge you.
Getting Your Visa
Once you are admitted to UNH, you'll have to get your visa to study in the U.S.