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University of New Hampshire (UNH) is an award-winning institution situated close to the mountains and the sea on the North-East coast of USA. It is ranked as one of the top 50 best public universities in the USA (Money Magazine) and is the 68th best-value school in the country (U.S. News and World Report). The student to faculty ratio of undergraduate students is 18:1, and 83 percent of classes at the University have fewer than 50 students. UNH offers over 200 degree programmes in areas such as the Life Sciences, Engineering, Pre-Medicine, Business and others. The vast network of 133,000 alumni of the University includes notable personalities – Jennifer Lee, the director of Frozen, and writer John Irving.

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DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: IIE

70 International student nationalities at this university

QS World University Rankings 2021
Source: QS

801

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020
Source: ARWU

501

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

US$14,142

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

US$8,380

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

US$32,050

POSTGRADUATE

US$27,810

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Cheung, USA 5

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Living in the dorms is the equivalent of the ultimate college campus experience. Seriously, you’ll get to know so many new students. You’ll bond over basic things – like how you hate doing laundry and how much homework you have.

Living in the dorms is the equivalent of the ultimate college campus experience. Seriously, you’ll get to know so many new students. You’ll bond over basic things – like how you hate doing laundry and how much homework you have.

Aashirya, USA 5

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It is a good university. It is a small campus but its nice and quiet. Because of small class size the profs get to know the students personally. Also, the professors are very friendly and have one on one interactions. 

It is a good university. It is a small campus but its nice and quiet. Because of small class size the profs get to know the students personally. Also, the professors are very friendly and have one on one interactions.