Rome or Roma is Italy’s capital. It is a cosmopolitan city with almost 3,000 years of globally influential art, culture and architecture. Some of the historical and touristic destinations of Rome are Rome Forum, Colosseum, Vatican City, St. Peter’s Basilica, The Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain where people throw a coin to assure their return to Rome. “When you’re living in the same city
SNHU started its partnership with Florence University of the Arts (FUA) in 2012. Every academic year, around 50 SNHU students choose to study abroad in Florence. There are 31 SNHU students studying abroad at FUA this semester and more than 21 students applied for the Fall semester 2017. “FUA is SNHU’s main partner,” said Stefano Parenti, the director of Study Abroad/Exchange programs at SNHU.
“I heard Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) welcomes students regardless of their faith, race, personal beliefs and religions. When I came to campus, I found it true,” said Junior Shukria Shinwari. Shinwari is an international student from Afghanistan. She attended the first girls’ boarding school, School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA) in 2011. SOLA is a nonprofit organization that helps young Afghan women to get
“Ever since I can remember, I have wanted to travel and see the world,” said junior Ashley Lauzier. Lauzier majors in music education at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). She studied abroad in Florence, Italy at the Florence School of Art in the fall of 2016. “When I found out you could study abroad somewhere in college I knew I had to do that.”SNHU’s
In her semester off of her second year of college, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) senior Ambika Menon was offered an internship in Ho, Ghana at the New Seed International (NSI) nonprofit organization. She was not only a caregiver to orphans and boarding students but also taught in a first grade classroom and volunteered in the free health community clinic. “I loved being completely
I return home to the states in just under one month and I feel as though I have just arrived. I have come to learn that this feeling comes routinely during parts of life. Time—we never seem to have enough of it. Looking back, I did not do half of what I wanted to do. I did not travel outrageously; I had conflicting schedules
This semester I am studying at the University of Essex in Colchester, England. It is an hour northeast of London by train. Here on campus live roughly 13,000-day students from over 140 countries, making it a very large and diverse campus. One of my favorite aspects of campus is meeting someone for the first time and being surprised by the accent escaping their mouths.
Are you considering studying abroad? Do you know how your financial aid and scholarships are used during that process? How do you know what classes are available abroad? The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Office has answered all of these questions on their website found on the mySNHU webpage. Students can find answers to many questions there as well as through contacting
“It almost always felt as though the city was giving one big collective and rested sigh,” said recent graduate Madeline Reid on Madrid, Spain. Reid studied abroad in the Spring of 2015 in Madrid for almost four months. She spent her time in the city, travelling Europe, and studying, all while living with a host family. Among enjoying her time in a new country
“The world is growing ever smaller, and we cannot continue to live only in our ‘New England Bubble’ comfort zone, oblivious to the world outside our windows,” said Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Advisor Scott Snyder. Being a study abroad alum himself, Snyder currently works in the Study Abroad office at SNHU. Those who want to learn more about studying abroad can