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List of MBA Colleges in New Hampshire

List of MBA Colleges in New Hampshire

Welcome to the top MBA directory in New Hampshire. We have created the list of best New Hampshire business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in New Hampshire, just follow the link below.
 

New Hampshire [now: hemp], abbreviated NH, state of New England, northeastern United States; 24,200 km2, 1.4 million inhabitants (2018).The capital is Concord.

New Hampshire. State Map.

Nature

New Hampshire's scenery is highly influenced by the Appalachians, which in the north reach their highest peak in Mount Washington (1,917 m asl). The bedrock consists mainly of rocks and sandstone and slate. The soils are predominantly moraine.

The state is rich in forests and lakes; largest lake is Lake Winnipesaukee in central New Hampshire. The coastline in the far south-east is distinguished by its slightly hilly terrain from the mountain landscape further north.

New Hampshire. Endicott Rock Park Beach on Lake Winnipesaukee's south side.

Despite its proximity to the Atlantic, New Hampshire has a continental climate. Concord in southern New Hampshire has an average temperature in January of −6 C and in July of 20 C. The average annual rainfall here is 950 mm, but most of New Hampshire receives more than 1,000 mm of annual rainfall.

Population

New Hampshire had a strong population growth until the 00s, after which the growth rate has decreased somewhat. The state has almost only a white population (just over 85 percent). The most densely populated is New Hampshire's southeastern part, which has partially developed into a commuting and suburban region to Boston. The largest cities are Manchester and Nashua, with metropolitan areas of about 100,000 inhabitants each. New Hampshire's northern parts are very sparsely populated.

Business

The service and service industries, such as tourism, form the economic base of New Hampshire's business. The tourism industry is of great importance both summer and winter. The state has a relatively large number of small industrial companies. The formerly dominant shoe and clothing industry has largely been replaced by, among other things, mechanical and electronic industries. Forestry is important, while agriculture and mining are of little importance. However, the granite quarry has ancient origins in the state.

Tourism and gastronomy

The state lacks large and well-known travel destinations, but visitors are attracted partly by the beautiful nature with mountains and forests, lakes and rivers, and partly by the good conditions for outdoor recreation and recreation. Skiing facilities and areas are found almost everywhere in New Hampshire, not least in the White Mountains.

New Hampshire. Mount Washington (1,917 m asl) is the highest mountain in the White Mountains.

The opportunities for hunting and fishing are good. In autumn, nature's beautiful and strong colors attract large crowds of car tourists and walkers. The historically interested traveler can apply to the old port and shipbuilding town of Portsmouth, founded in 1630.

The settlers had little time for the refined kitchen; long cooking became legion and even today a New England boiled dinner is common on the banknotes, ie. salted meat cooked for hours with root vegetables. The remains turn into red-flannel hash. The Native Americans' eating habits were adopted by the newcomers, who learned how to cook pumpkin soup and bake pumpkin bread. Similarly, zucchini is used in the food or cooked (sweet zucchini chips) in a sweet dish. Cod was everyday food and is still served as codfish chowder, a mild, milky fish soup with vegetables. Among the pastries are cranberry muffins.

History

The first European settlements were founded in 1623. From 1641 New Hampshire belonged to Massachusetts but became a royal colony in 1679 and was one of the 13 colonies that in 1776 released themselves from Britain. Agriculture, fishing, shipbuilding and trade were important industries early on. During the 19th century, textile and leather production was added, and during the 20th century the industry became more versatile. Politically, New Hampshire has been dominated by the Republican Party since the Civil War.

 
New Hampshire is a state located in northeastern part of United States. It is often abbreviated as NH, see https://www.abbreviationfinder.org/acronyms/nh_new-hampshire.html.
 
In order to enroll an accredited MBA school in New Hampshire, both full time and part time based programs, you will need to take the GMAT exam before applying for admissions. Check Topschoolsintheusa to find a test center in New Hampshire that is nearest to you so that you can take the GMAT test at your convenience.

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