Study in Lisbon, Portugal and choose courses from four different AACSB schools. Not only an affordable option costing roughly $11,000/semester (plus fees) but over 90 courses approved for Paul College students!! Great choice for students double optioning in Business Administration.
Study in Hong Kong, China which is a vibrant, international city in southeastern China, a major trade hub and financial center. City University has extensive links with relevant industries and provides real-life opportunities for students to work with and learn from professionals in the workplace. It is also an AACSB institution that has many approved courses for business majors. This is an exchange program where students pay UNH tuition (plus fees).
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Madrid, Spain offers a dynamic campus of 18,000 and the largest offering of courses taught in English in Spain (plus it's AACSB accredited)! The university also provides first-rate student housing and organizes many field trips/excursions to surrounding cities and attractions. This is an exchange program where students pay UNH tuition (plus fees).
Lancaster University in Lancaster, England is ranked among the top ten universities in the UK and is recognized as outstanding in research, teaching and the student experience. Located just four miles from the Irish Sea and less than 3 hours from London, Lancaster offers a diverse mix of city, coast and countryside. Lancaster University is AACSB accredited and offers students the ability to independent study projects for credit. This is an exchange program where students pay UNH tuition (plus fees).
Programs Managed by Paul College
Perspectives on the Business Environment in the Domincan Republic
Participate in a 13-day visit to the Dominican Republic during the month of January while taking a course that satisfies a Marketing elective (MKTG 598T/798T). "Perspectives on the Business Environment in the Dominican Republic" is a 4 credit course where students will learn about the business culture of the country as well as a brief introduction to it's history and current demographics. This course is run by a Paul College faculty member who will accompany students on the excursion. For more information, please contact Professor Audrey Ashton-Savage.
Cruise Ship Management
Participate in a 12-14 day round-trip cruise from NYC to the Caribbean Islands and learn key area of cruise ship management: food & beverage, HR, finance, yield management, front office, housekeeping, safety, security, sanitation and interoperating.This 4 credit course (HMGT 698) counts as an elective for majors and minors in Hospitality Management. For more information, please contact Professor Carl Lindblade.