Global Experiences for Every Student
The mission of the Global Education Program is to foster global citizenship by providing the opportunity for all students to study abroad. Our program offers English-language courses in the sciences, humanities, business and the arts, as well as language study in Arabic, Spanish or French. Because we provide the lab science courses needed to complete many of the undergraduate programs at UNE, you can go abroad and stay on track with the requirements of your major.
Ready to go global? We're here to make it easy.
- Review this website section to understand UNE’s offerings.
- Contact the Global Ed team by email, phone or office drop-in, with questions or to get started.
- Apply for enrollment and scholarships — with our help.
Students from UNE and elsewhere are invited to spend a semester abroad at UNE Tangier. UNE is the only U.S. university to own a study abroad site specially designed for the needs of health sciences students, and with classes for almost any major. Our beautiful campus features state-of-the-art labs and residences in the heart of one of the hottest up-and-coming study abroad destinations and new scholarships are available for most students.
You can spend a semester abroad in beautiful Seville, Spain — where the ancient meets the modern, and world cultures converge — for the same cost as a semester on campus in Maine.
New! Summer Program at UNE Morocco
July 1 – 29, 2017
Spend the summer in beautiful Morocco! Take two humanities courses to fulfill graduation requirements, live at the on-campus residence and have your meals at the on-site café.
Fascinating Subjects and Destinations
Faculty-led short term travel courses are another way to study abroad. You meet with faculty throughout the semester to prepare for travel through readings, lectures and coursework. Then you travel to destinations in Africa, Europe, and Central and South America during a semester break or over the summer.
UNE Student Reflections on Study Abroad in Morocco
Internship in Morocco
Ambassador Bush encourages American students to study in Morocco
Noelle's Journey in Morocco
University of New England in Tangier, Morocco
UNE Students "On Top of The World" in Tangier, Morocco
UNE students in Meknes, Fes & Volubilis
UNE Students in Chefchaouen
Conservation in Kenya: A UNE Travel Course
Sara Capobianco on UNE's Tangier Campus
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by the Numbers
Percentage of your financial aid package that applies toward our semester abroad programs in Spain and Morocco
Number of students who received additional Global Education Scholarships in 2013-2014
UNE undergraduates study abroad at a rate almost three times the national average
The relationship between America and Morocco: UNE’s Anouar Majid interviewed by Moroccan newspaper ‘Hespress’
Moroccan newspaper Hespress conducted an in-depth interview with University of New England Vice President of Communications and Global Affairs Anouar Majid, Ph.D., about the long...
Barry Costa-Pierce, Ph.D., Harry L. & Grace Doherty Professor and chair of the University of New England Department of Marine Sciences and director of the...
Anouar Majid, Ph.D., University of New England vice president of Global Affairs and Communications, was quoted in an article Al-Fanar Media , a news outlet...