Navitas at The University of New Hampshire

For international students thinking about studying for a bachelor's or master's degree in the USA, Navitas offers an undergraduate International University Transfer Program (IUTP) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH).

The Navitas at UNH IUTP is composed of elements that enable you to successfully complete your UNH undergraduate degree.

The International University Transfer Program (IUTP) is designed to provide an academic and cultural bridge for you during the 1st year of your U.S university degree.

English Language Preparation

If your English results are lower than 4.5 IELTS/TOEFL 475, you can take English language preparation courses to improve your English language proficiency at the UNH ESL Institute as part of the IUTP. After successful completion of the appropriate English language program, students are eligible to progress to their academic studies within the International University Transfer Program at Navitas at UNH without any further English tests.

In choosing Navitas at UNH and as a Navitas at UNH student, you will be undertaking a program that is monitored by Navitas at UNH ensuring the highest academic quality.

Navitas at UNH is located at the University of New Hampshire campus in the city of Durham. With easy access by train to the historic and exciting city of Boston, pulsating with young people from over 50 nearby universities and colleges, students have amazing recreational opportunities in the New England Region - snow skiing, beaches, mountains, sailing, waters sports of all types - all within a one-or two hour drive. As a Navitas at UNH student, you’ll also be able to explore Massachusetts, beautiful Cape Cod and the Atlantic coastline.

About the University of New Hampshire - Durham

The University of New Hampshire Durham is a Tier 1 National University, which has been educating students since 1866. They are also ranked in the top 400 world universities by the Shanghai Jiaotong University Rankings guide.

Today Navitas at UNH is not only a land-grant institution but also a designated sea- and space-grant University, and is among the top-tier research institutions nationally. The University is made up of dozens of academic departments, interdisciplinary institutes, and research centers that attract students and faculty from around the world. As state-of-the-art facilities are built to support academic growth, and new residence and dining halls are built to meet the growing popularity of campus life, the University continues to rest lightly on the Durham landscape. Some 13,000 students and hundreds of faculty and staff live and work amid the rolling hills and riverbeds of one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation.

Navitas at UNH has four colleges, plus the Thompson School of Applied Science, a Graduate School, and the Whittemore School of Business & Economics, rated as one of the top business schools from the Princeton Review 2010.

Navitas at UNH offers 2000 courses in over 100 majors taught by internationally recognized faculty dedicated to undergraduate teaching. Special programs include a particularly strong undergraduate research program, honors program, and a wide range of opportunities for internships, study abroad, and national exchange experiences. It is also home to a thriving art scene including theatre, dance, music and the visual arts.

Navitas at UNH has abundant extracurricular opportunities for students, including over 200 student organizations ranging from the Outing and Energy Clubs to Political Action groups. There are dozens of club and intramural sports and fitness centers as well as 18 Division 1 intercollegiate teams. There are many residential options from theme halls, small halls housing 45 students, to large buildings of 600.Navitas at UNH has an ideal location, nestled as it is in a small town, minutes away from the New Hampshire seacoast and an hour's drive from Boston, Portland, and the White Mountains.

5 reasons to study at Navitas at UNH
1Your pathway into a bachelor's or master's degree at one of the USA's most respected universities
2Flexible start dates: August, January or May
3Small class sizes mean extra attention from your teachers
4Nurturing and mentoring student environment with on-campus accommodation
5Over 200 student clubs and organizations to choose from