Study Abroad for Equine Studies Students

The University of New Hampshire offers a wide variety of study abroad opportunities that students in the equine studies major can participate in.  Students should not feel limited to locations that offer equine programs.  The World Cultures Discovery Requirement is waived for students  who participate in a study abroad program that is at least eight weeks in duration. 

There are several university requirements for study abroad.  Students must:

  1. Be in good standing with the Student Conduct System.
  2. Have earned at least 32 credit hours total, and at least 12 credit hours at UNH.
  3. Have a minimum of 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  4. Have a declared major.

Study abroad can be done during an academic year, semester or during a summer.  Spring semester of junior year is a very popular time for study abroad.

UNH’s Center for International Education and Global Engagement (CIEGE) offers students information on the more than 500 different study abroad opportunities that are available to students, as well as information about the application and preparation process. 

Interested in participating in a UNH-approved study abroad program?

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student with horse

Angela Kennedy BS Equine
'18Oxford-Brooks University
England

“Studying Abroad was eye-opening and enjoyable. I attended Oxford-Brookes University in England (organized by Academic Studies Abroad), which enabled me to take 3 Equine Studies courses that counted towards my major. This was extremely beneficial to keeping me on track for graduation. Through the hands-on nature of the program, the research I completed in my Equine Performance Science, Equine Genetics and Equine Behavior courses, and the many field-trips to stables and the university equine facility, I now have a more well-rounded understanding of the equine world in the UK and globally.  I feel more confident because of studying abroad: I believe I am prepared for my future career, whether I want to remain in the United States or find employment abroad.”

Foreign universities offering equine programs

Learn more about equine studies at The University of Limerick

Study Abroad Providers (Note that when two providers are listed, they may provide different levels of service and have different fee schedules.  It is only necessary for student to apply through ONE provider of their choice.):

Learn more about the Bachelor of Agriscience (Equine) at Massey University

Study Abroad Provider:

Massey University also offers students the option of participating in the Equestrian Global Student Athlete program at the Palmerston North campus.  Because there are additional fees associated with this Global Student Athlete Program, TEAN is willing to offer UNH students (who attend Massey through TEAN) NZ $1,000 scholarships per semester.  There may be opportunity for higher level of scholarship funding in the future.

Learn more about Equine Science at University of Queensland

Study Abroad Providers  (Note that when two providers are listed, they may provide different levels of service and have different fee schedules.  It is only necessary for student to apply through ONE provider of their choice.):