STUDY IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE
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New Hampshire is perhaps the most conservative of all the states in the New England region, enjoying a unique position as the first primary in the US presidential cycle. A strong libertarian streak runs through the state, emphasised by the state motto you’ll see on car number plates – ‘Live Free or Die’.
New England also has a strong creative streak, with artists, poets and writers inspired by its jagged mountain ranges, forest-lined lakes and natural beauty. However, it also has picture perfect villages such as Keene and Peterborough, which make great day trips for international students – close your eyes and you could imagine still being in the English countryside.
Study in New Hampshire?New Hampshire is home to more than 20 further education institutions, with five public university systems administered by the University System of New Hampshire. You can study a degree in New Hampshire at some of the following institutions:
- University of New Hampshire
- Southern New Hampshire University
- Rivier University
- Plymouth State University
- Dartmouth College
- Keene State College
New Hampshire Institute of Art
An Associate degree will normally take two years to complete, with courses generally offered by dedicated two year institutions.
A Bachelors degree takes four years to finish, although this can vary depending on the whether you study full-time or part-time and the type of subject you choose.
Immigration and visasBefore travelling to the USA to study, you will need to apply for a non-immigrant visa for study in New Hampshire.
The most common kind of student visa is the F-1 visa, which entitles the holder to study at any US accredited college or university.
To apply for a student visa, you will need to fill out an application form (found on the US Embassy website) and send appropriate documentation, such as evidence of financial standing and proof of university acceptance and academic qualifications, as well as possibly attending a visa interview at the US Embassy in your home country.
Accommodation and living costsMost international students coming to study in New Hampshire will choose to live in accommodation provided by their chosen university. The benefits of on campus accommodation include living in a community of students with common aims, living close to where you will be studying and having recreation facilities such as gyms, sports arenas and bars close by and included.
Your first port of call when looking for undergraduate housing in New Hampshire should be your chosen university’s housing department. They will be able to provide you with information on your options, including how to find your own housing if you don’t want to live on campus.