In the past few years the threat of terrorism has been an unavoidable constant in news coverage, both domestic and internationally. According to Reuters, the number of attacks resulting in fatalities in Western Europe has risen from two in 2014 to 23 and 30 in 2015 and 2016, respectively. It’s not a surprise that families have concerns over sending their children abroad. “My family
Sarah Schoenbeck, class of 2019, cut her summer short to study abroad at the Universidad Viña del Mar (UVM), Chile, on July 29. She is the second SNHU student to study at UVM since the partnership was established in 2013 and she hopes to bring awareness to the program. UVM sits in Viña del Mar, a beach city in the middle of the largely
For many people, college is a time to meet new people and try new things. The SNHU Study Abroad Office can help students do both. With 17 different programs on four different continents and a variety of semester, summer and year-long options, students are bound to find a study abroad program that appeals to them. If they so choose, fashion merchandising, culinary management, marketing,
As first-year and transfer students are moving onto campus for the first time and attending First Days activities, 50 sophomores, juniors and seniors are doing the same, but abroad. This semester, there are 29 students in Italy, eight in Ireland, five in England, four in New Zealand, and one person each in Germany, France, Spain and Chile. Four of these students shared how they
Twenty-three SNHU students and three faculty members spent the first part of their summer break in Viña del Mar, Chile, learning about the international business market in South America and experiencing the Chilean culture. These students were the first to try the new Global Executive Management course, a three-credit course Kyle Viator, Assistant Dean of the School of Business, developed in his PhD program.
Andrea Bard, the Coordinator and professor of Communication Majors and Justina Oliveira, a Psychology Professor will take a group of 24 students to Chile for two weeks starting on May 15, 2017. Bard teaches COM-220, Intercultural Communication. Her Chile trip will be her fifth trip taking her COM-220 students to a foreign country to help them experience a new culture and life style. Bard
I studied Spanish in high school for a few years and really wanted to pick up on the language again...so I thought to myself, ‘Why not South America?’ said study abroad student Kristyn Laviola. The study abroad office has organized their first interdisciplinary faculty-led trip to Chile. The trip is scheduled to take place May 15 to May 30. Students who are interested should
College is supposed to be the best four years of your life, so why not make it even better and travel internationally for a semester (or two)? Coming from a student who has studied abroad twice with SNHU, I could give you tons of reasons why to go abroad, but I’ve minimized my list and will provide you with my top five reasons to