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International Organizations

The University of Hawai'i is an active member of a number of international organizations and engages in international conferences in which faculty, staff and students take part. This list, while not definitive, shows the breadth of UH's international engagement. 


The Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership is a membership organization consisting of some twenty-five universities, ministries of education and quality assurance entities joined together to identify, explore and conduct research on key issues of higher education change within the Asia Pacific Region.

APAIE is an international non-profit organization whose goal is to activate and reinforce the internationalization of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region.

CCID provides an international network for community colleges to further their internationalization initiatives and to enhance the development of a globally competent workforce for the communities they serve.

As the Pacific Rim network of leading research universities, APRU seeks to advance the aspirations of its members and contribute to global society by shaping Asia-Pacific higher education and research, creating Asia-Pacific global leaders, and partnering on solutions to Asia-Pacific challenges.

East-West Center
The University of Hawai'i Mānoa campus is adjacent to the East-West Center, established by the US Congress in 1960 as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options.

Study Hawaiʻi
Study Hawai‘i members are from diverse institutions—K-12 college preparatory schools, English language schools, community colleges, and comprehensive private and public universities with professional and graduate programs.