Program Details

There are many reasons to study abroad in Hawaii for a summer, but here are a few of the key highlights that make this program unique. Diverse student body from all over the world Campus located near beaches, rainforests, volcanoes, and national parks De
Location:
Honolulu, United States
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
There are many reasons to study abroad in Hawaii for a summer, but here are a few of the key highlights that make this program unique. Diverse student body from all over the world Campus located near beaches, rainforests, volcanoes, and national parks Delicious Pacific Rim, Asian-inspired cuisine Live next to world-class beaches Unique blend of language, ethnicities, cultures, music, and food Cultural hot spot of Hawaii with movies, museums, concerts, comedy, and theater all nearby World-class academics with large variety of courses available Island orientation—local tour and Welcome Luau Two cultural excursions/cultural trips around Oahu Full-time tuition and fees Housing CISabroad support services before, during, & after the program Academic advising Financial aid counseling Assistance with travel arrangements Predeparture orientation Airport pickup On-site Support Student Union fees Hawaii Pacific University official transcript Carbon offset of travel & Green Travel Guide
Setting Description:
Home to the filming of Lost and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Hawaii is famous for its incredible setting and friendly people. Upon arrival, you will be greeted with a lei, which represents love and friendship—a great way to start your summer abroad! Although still technically in the United States, you will feel like you have left your home for a fascinating paradise on the other side of the world. Hawaii possesses a number of climates varying from tropical rainforests to desolate desert-like land, and has mild temperatures all year round. This means that on the average weekend, you’ll find yourself snorkeling in a beautiful bay, exploring a jungle teeming with wildlife, touring active volcanoes, watching whales breach from the crystal-blue water, discovering one of Hawaii’s 100-plus islands, or surfing where the sport was invented. Available forms of transportation include buses, taxis, mopeds and motorcycles, bicycles, car rentals, and the Hawaii Pacific Shuttle to provide you with e
Cost:
Go to the CISabroad website for updated dates and costs.

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