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Students will be placed in one of six different levels in their core Japanese program, depending on previous study and the results of a placement examination given during the orientation period.
Besides the language courses, students may also take content courses in English in the following areas: Japanese Culture, Politics, Economics, Education & Society, Management, History, Literature, Art, and Intercultural Communication. Both Japanese and foreign students enroll in the content courses.
Special courses offered in Spring 2016 only:
ITE 360: Introduction to Multicultural Education
ITE 399: A View from Abroad: Experiential LEarning & Inquiry
Courses taken in Machida will appear on UHM transcripts as UHM credits.
Financial aid is available for eligible students.
Application deadline: October 15, 2015.
Study Abroad Center, Mānoa Campus
Tuesday, September 22
KTUH Music SaleMānoa Campus, Campus Center Courtyard
Digital Image Use 101: Finding and Using Images from the InternetMānoa Campus, Kuykendall 106
Linguistics SeminarMānoa Campus, St. John Auditiorium (St. John, Room 011)
Spring 2016 in Machida, JapanMānoa Campus, Moore 319
Spring 2016 in Copenhagen, DenmarkMānoa Campus, Moore 319
Future Honors Faculty Info SessionMānoa Campus, Sinclair Library Room 201
The Hunting GroundMānoa Campus, Art Auditorium
Entrepreneurship Live: Talking Fashion Business with Kini ZamoraMānoa Campus, Campus Center Executive Dining Room
LSAT 101Mānoa Campus, Webster Hall Room 103
Hawaii Space Lecture SeriesMānoa Campus, Pacific Ocean Science and Technology (POST) 544