University of New Hampshire
The University of New Hampshire is a state-owned institution that was founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in cooperation with Dartmouth College. Its original campus was in Hanover, but it was relocated to Durham in 1893. The University of New Hampshire now offers over 200 programmes and over 100 majors. The institution educates students through its 11 schools and colleges. The University of New Hampshire offers over 570 study abroad programmes, as well as 50+ research centres and institutes.

Cost of attendance

The tuition fee for graduate programmes is approximately 27,000 USD (20.3 lakh INR) and more than 35,000 USD (26 lakh INR) for undergraduate programmes.


The university offers on-campus accommodation as well as off-campus housing aid. On the university's main campus, there are 24 housing halls. For lodging, the campus comprises one tower and three tiny cottages. Every resident hall is alive with school and community passion. The communities here are welcoming and accepting of LGBTQ students. Housing was $7,472 and meals was $5,070 for UNH students.

Acceptance rate

More than 15,000 students are enrolled at the university, with over 7,000 international students from 62 countries accounting for 53 percent of the overall student population. The university has a lightly selective admission policy, with an acceptance rate of 85 percent.


The University of New Hampshire's main campus is in Durham, which is about an hour's drive from the Atlantic Ocean, the White Mountains, and Boston. It has three campuses in Durham, Manchester, and Concord, as well as the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law. All of the campuses are located in New Hampshire. There are three award-winning eating halls on campus. Students have access to a large library, well-equipped laboratories, computer labs, research centres, cafes, and other amenities.


The University of New Hampshire is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.

Jobs and Placement

The University of New Hampshire's placement results reflect proficiency in a variety of academic subjects. BA graduates from the University of New Hampshire earn an average annual salary of $75,000 USD. B.Sc. graduates earn an average annual salary of $65,000 USD. Apple, Cisco Systems, Dell, Google, IBM, and Microsoft are recruiting at the university. Employees at the University of New Hampshire earn an average of $61317 per year.

QS Ranking

#801-1000 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

>600 in THE World University Rankings, 2022

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