Campus Undergraduate Classes Begin: September 03, 2019
Our Campus International Experience programs are changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact our International Admission office for more information 603.645.9629 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about SNHU’s admission provisions due to COVID-19 and our FAQ about Fall 2020 being remote.
We will be holding upcoming information sessions for international students who want to join a graduate (master’s degree) program so you can learn more about SNHU – our amazing academics, campus life, and facilities – and how you can complete your application and join us on campus.
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Welcome to Southern New Hampshire University, an award- winning private university nestled on 300 wooded acres in the heart of the charming and historic northeastern United States. Located just five miles from downtown Manchester, New Hampshire – named one of the ten “most livable” U.S. cities by Forbes magazine — and an hour from the global city of Boston, SNHU offers convenient access to internship and career opportunities, as well as multicultural events and activities. Also, with campus less than an hour’s drive from beautiful ocean beaches, scenic lakes and rivers, and mountains with some of the best hiking trails and ski slopes on the East Coast, you will have plenty of opportunities to experience, explore and enjoy New Hampshire’s incredible outdoors.
Ready for a world-class education? Here's how to apply if you currently live outside the United States.
Learn more about the costs of attending our SNHU campus as an international student. Join students from around the world who choose to invest in an accredited degree program.
International students applying for admission to SNHU may be eligible for merit-based scholarship awards based on previous academic achievement.
View undergraduate, graduate, and ESL program deadlines and dates for international students.
Find out key information about what to do after you have been accepted and begin your preparations for studying at SNHU.
Securing a great place to live is important. Read through your available choices to find the right option for you.
Many international students choose to develop their language skills through an English as a Second Language (ESL) program prior to enrolling in courses at Southern New Hampshire University. SNHU’s Institute for Language Education (ILE) offers programs that can help you advance your speaking, reading and writing skills.