Paul College students are encouraged to take advantage of multiple opportunities to study abroad during their time at UNH. There are more than 500 programs to choose from and students can study anywhere in the world. For more information about these programs, please visit the Center for International Education.
Paul College Study Abroad
Paul College students enroll in MKTG 798; students in other colleges enroll in MKTG 598. Students will participate in a 12-day visit to the Dominican Republic, one of the commercial hubs of the Caribbean. The course includes two pre-trip classes held in the fall, in which the students will learn about the business culture of the country, as well as a brief introduction to its history and current demographics. The group will travel to Santo Domingo where 4 hours of each weekday will be devoted to meeting with business owners and managers from a variety of industries who discuss business practices. Upon return to Durham, a final 3 hour class will be held early in the spring semester to wrap up, assess the learning outcomes and conclude the experience.
Contact Audrey Ashton-Savage, the instructor for this course, at Audrey.Ashton-Savage@unh.edu.
Paul College has partnered with the Corvinus University of Budapest to offer students a unique opportunity to live and study in Budapest. This partnership allows PAUL students to take courses at Corvinus in the fall semester that directly transfer into the core of the Business Administration or Economics degrees and into most business options. This ensures that students can study abroad and graduate on time. Moreover, Budapest is developing into a commercial and financial center for many U.S. companies; its importance for the U.S. economy is growing rapidly.
Students travel to Budapest in the third week of August. A PAUL faculty member meets students in Budapest and sets them up in apartments in the city that are close to the University. The school works to make the transition to life in a foreign culture as simple and easy as possible. Additionally, the program offers three major excursions to differing parts of Hungary and to Krakow, Poland and the Auschwitz concentration camps.
For more information about that program, please contact Professor Bruce Elmslie.
EcoGastronomy Study Abroad
Pellenzo, Italy & Dijon France
All students who declare the Dual Major in EcoGastronomy spend a full semester abroad, most likely during their junior year. The University of Gastronomic Sciences (UNISG) in Pollenzo, Italy, served as the initial site for the international experience. The objective of the UNISG is: “…to create an international research and training center, working to renew farming methods, protect biodiversity and maintain an organic relationship between gastronomy and agricultural science.”
Students will study in Ascoli Piceno, Italy (Fall semester) or at the Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France (Spring semester).
Dual Majors will complete at least 12 credits of upper level core courses such as history of cuisine and gastronomy, history of food, aesthetics, food law, food technology processes, cross-cultural comparisons and language.
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