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    The garden at the East-West Center offers a cool place to relax between classes.
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    Entrance to the UH Mānoa campus near Bachman Hall.
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    Hamilton and Sinclair libraries offer 24-hour study and comprehensive research facilities.
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    Students enjoy time between classes on the UH MānoaÊ»s 320 acre campus.
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    Hawaiʻi Hall was built in 1912 and is part of the historic "quad" area of campus.
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    Webster Hall is home to multi-media and high technology classrooms.
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    Outdoor area near Shidler College of Business.

ALOHA! Welcome to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa!

For youth, ages 15-17

Check back later for details on our exciting 2017 summer program with a LAND, SEA, and SPACE theme!

The program will introduce international high school students to the studey of earth science, ocean science, and astronomy, while highlighting the uniqueness and beauty of Hawaiʻi.

More details coming soon!

Prepare for university study in the U.S.

Mānoa Campus

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa has been selected by the U.S. Department of State as one of ten campuses in the U.S. to offer an EducationUSA Academy this summer! The program offers an educational summer experience for high school students unlike anywhere else in the world!

You may know that Hawaiʻi, the USA’s 50th state, is a popular destination for sightseeing because of the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands and its people. But did you know that Hawaiʻi also a perfect place to study?

At the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, high school students from around the world can get a taste of life on a vibrant campus recognized for research in fields such as oceanography, astronomy, Pacific Islands and Asian area studies, linguistics, education, tropical agriculture, cancer, and genetics. Students will experience firsthand not only American culture, but also the unique culture of the Hawaiian Islands.

 

Program Features

  • English language classes with focus on academic preparation;
  • Classes in Intercultural Communication and Academic Study Skills;
  • Experiential visits to interesting and fun sights on the island of Oʻahu;
  • Hawaiian cultural workshops and activities;
  • Regular interaction with university students
  • Supervised on-campus dormitory accommodations and meals
  • Weekend stay with a local family.


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