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Student Opportunities

Whether students are from Hawai‘i, the continental U.S. or international shores, they can reap the benefits of the CSS International initiative. Global pathways facilitate exchange and fellowship programs, and incorporate in-person and distance education via the web. Leadership skills are honed with partners in the Pacific, Asia and from around the world, powered by the state’s rich heritage of immigrants and aloha spirit.

  • Hiroshima and Peace Program – Explore contemporary issues related to world peace in the era of globalization through this ten-day intensive summer course Hiroshima and Peace at Hiroshima City University (HCU) in Hiroshima, Japan!
  • Peace Scholars Program – Designed to deepen students’ understanding of the central issues and theories regarding conflict, war, and peace. Students selected as Peace Scholars are awarded a seven-week academic experience held in Lillehammer and Oslo, Norway.
  • Study Abroad Program – Acquire knowledge through academic work in other countries and develop cross-cultural understanding through cultural immersion.
  • Manoa International Exchange – Expand your horizons, find your path, and make new friends through exchange study in another country!
  • Killam Fellowship from Fulbright Canada – Scholarship opportunities for exchange study at a partner university in Canada.
  • NEAEF Young Leaders Program – Fellowships to advanced students and emerging professionals from Northeast Asia and the U.S. to participate in a summer multi-week program! Enhance knowledge of the social, economic, and political institutions of the individual countries of Northeast Asia and North America with like-minded Leaders from the region.
  • Dual Degree Programs
  • Global Pathways – Select students in CSS’s global partner universities can transfer smoothly to UHM through a simplified transfer experience.
  • Mānoa Academy Global – Dual-credit programs for juniors and seniors attending Hawaiʻi high schools. Students have the opportunity to take college courses and earn college credit while still in high school.
  • Field Schools – Take advantage of opportunities to participate in instructional, field-based archaeological and ethnographic research for academic credit.