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    New England College (NEC)

    Overview

    New England College (NEC) is a creative, diverse and supportive learning community that challenges individuals to reach their full potential and transform themselves and their world, and is known for its innovative academic programs and as a leader in experiential education.

    More than 4,000 students studying 42 bachelor degrees, 25 master’s degrees and one doctoral degree enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the 220-acre campus on the Contoocook river in Henniker, New Hampshire or the campus located in Manchester, New Hampshire, only an hour from Boston MA.

    Almost 2,000 graduate students from around the world study at NEC, bringing a rich cultural diversity and reflecting one of NEC’s mission and vision statements – ‘creating an inclusive campus environment that fosters respect for each person, equity, appreciation for all cultures, and promote diverse ideas within the New England College community’.

    Programs are offered in Art & Design, Education, Humanities, Management & Business or Natural & Social Science, ensuring there is a program suitable for any student no matter their future aspirations or dreams.

     

    At a glance

    • Internships: NEC students have benefitted from over 1,000 internship opportunities, ongoing access to real-world experience, and hands-on training through active collaboration with industry partners and career counseling services
    • Only a short distance from the state’s capital – Concord
    • Activities: 10 men’s and 11 women’s varsity sports, numerous intramural sports, and over 40 clubs organisations of all kinds, along with an endless schedule of fun activities and events makes it easy to feel like you belong at NEC. Become part of Pilgrim Nation!
    • Accommodation: Several on-campus residence halls offering a variety of accommodation and rates
    • An Office of Career & Life Planning Centre is available to support students
    • NEC provides flexibility on admission requirements to accommodate the academic differences of each country and to recognise the achievements of international students.

     

     

    Location 98 Bridge St, Henniker, New Hampshire, USA

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