International and Special Programs

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ALOHA and welcome to the International and Special Programs Unit

The College of Education's (COE) International and Special Programs unit at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa develops and maintains sustainable international exchanges and partnerships in higher education with institutions from other parts of the world including the Asia Pacific and Europe.

STUDY AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AT OUR COLLEGE

The college has eight academic departments and two major research units—the Center on Disability Studies (CDS) and the Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG). 

DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

ALL PROGRAMS: We welcome international students and scholars to consider our diverse offerings of degree and certificate programs

FEATURED PROGRAMS: Several of our programs in particular have an international education focus and/or seeking excellent international student applicants: 

STUDY EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: If you're looking for something short-term, check out opportunities through the Mānoa International Exchange Office Inbound Programs.

UPCOMING DEADLINES IF YOU'RE CONSIDERING DEGREE-PROGRAM FUNDING THROUGH THE EAST-WEST CENTER

INTERESTED IN STUDY AWAY / ABROAD? Watch this space for updates!

 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES:

  1. Scholarship/grant/financial aid opportunities for students (compiled by IASP)
  2. Grant opportunities for faculty exchange and projects (compiled by IASP)
  3. Various funded opportunities for faculty, staff and students through programs offered by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs - for U.S. citizens as well as non-U.S. citizens.

 

RECENT HAPPENINGS

The College of Education at UH Mānoa, as a member of the Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC), hosted the 29th Annual JUSTEC conference recently from September 14 to 17, 2017. The conference focused on professional development as a theme, and began with an optional school visit to three p4cHI (Philosophy for Children - Hawai‘i) schools, made possible through the College's working relationship with the Uehiro Academy for Philosophy and Ethics in Education, home of p4cHI. The conference then officially opened on September 15, with a keynote by Dr. Tom Jackson, fondly known as "Dr. J",  Director of the academy, followed by two and half days of exciting knowledge-sharing and connections.

 

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES AT UHM AND BEYOND