England: Cambridge Program


Tues, October 13, 2015, 5pm, 204 Murkland

Wed, October 14, 2015, 5pm, 204 Murkland


Early Acceptance: December 15, 2015

Students interested in learning more about the Cambridge Summer Program should attend one of these information sessions. If you are a non-UNH student, or are otherwise unable to attend but would like to receive information, please e-mail cola.studyabroad@unh.edu.

Summer Study Abroad Program

Six-week program offering courses in history, literature, and humanities at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University.

Each year, undergraduate and graduate students travel to Cambridge where they take two courses from offerings in English literature, writing, and history. Studies are at Gonville and Caius, established in 1348 and the fourth-oldest of Cambridge University's thirty-one colleges. For over three decades, the UNH Summer Program in Cambridge has provided more than 1,600 students with the opportunity to learn first-hand the truth of E.M. Forster's observation: Cambridge is, indeed, a magical place. Discover it for yourself.

cambridge: punting on the river

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Jim Parsons

COLA Study Abroad Coordinator
(603) 862-3962

College of Liberal Arts Center for Study Abroad
116 Murkland Hall
15 Library Way

Center for Study Abroad

Dennis Britton

Associate Professor of English
Cambridge Program Director

603) 862-1206
(603) 862-3563

B50A Hamilton Smith Hall
95 Main Street

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