The Department of Nursing is pleased to announce the approval of the Alliance for Global Education's Public Health and Indian Students program for senior nursing student's public health and child health courses. The Public Health and Indian Students track at Manipal University capitalizes on the long-standing reputation of this private university's medical and health science programs, offering students direct-enroll course options addressing rural public health, global public health, national health policy and Ayurveda. This program is offered by the Alliance for Global Education, a UNH-approved program.
For nursing students to receive nursing credit for this experience, a department application must be completed and approved by the review committee. Grade point average, maturity, motivation, and references are considered.
The Department of Nursing also has links with nursing programs in Wales, England, Russia, Australia, and Belize. Opportunities for short-term educational exchanges are available.
Nursing students can also apply for an International Research Opportunities Grant (IROP), allowing them to conduct research with a faculty member at a foreign university under the guidance of a UNH faculty member. Learn more.