ALOHA and welcome to the International and Special Programs Unit
The International and Special Programs (IASP) in the College of Education (COE) Dean's Office supports international activities and initiatives for the entire College, striving towards creating a global experience for its students, faculty and staff.
STUDY AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AT OUR COLLEGE
DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
The college has eight academic departments and two major research units—the Center on Disability Studies (CDS) and the Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG).
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:
- MEd in Learning Design and Technology (online)
- MEd in Early Childhood Education (hybrid online and 1-month intensive summer sessions)
- MEd in Educational Foundations: Global Perspectives on Educational Policy and Practice (online)
- PhD in Education: Educational Foundations' Global and International Education
STUDY EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: If you're looking for something short-term, check out opportunities through the Mānoa International Exchange Office Inbound Programs.
INTERESTED IN STUDY AWAY / ABROAD?
- ITE 403C - International Inquiry and Field Study (summer session Outreach College) - click here for more info
- KRS 208 Recreation Services in Contemporary Society (summer session Study Abroad Center) - contact Dr. Yukiya Oba at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Summer 2019 will tentatively be in Japan
- Programs offered through the Mānoa International Exchange Office - Outbound.
- UH-based scholarships/financial aid opportunities for degree-seeking sutdents (International Student Services)
- Scholarship/grant/financial aid opportunities for students (both UH and non-UH sources, compiled by IASP)
- Grant opportunities for faculty exchange and projects (both UH and non-UH, compiled by IASP)
- 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.