University of Hawaii At Manoa

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Key facts and figures at University of Hawaii At Manoa

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Hotcourses Diversity Index (What is this?)

DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: IIE

80 International student nationalities at this university

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018-2019
Source: THE

201

OVERALL SCORE

49.5%

TEACHING

35.5%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

64.4%

INDUSTRY INCOME

50.6%

RESEARCH

37.1%

CITATIONS

75%
QS World University Rankings 2018-2019
Source: QS

302

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2018
Source: ARWU

201

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

US$13,030

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

US$9,028

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

US$32,770

POSTGRADUATE

US$24,560

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An American Study Dream

I was surprised by many things during my entire study visit in the United States of America. Just to name a few, I was shocked by the American cultures and their lifestyles. The way that Americans eat only with a fork and knife was really something new to me. It was not easy for me to adapt to the situa read full review

I was surprised by many things during my entire study visit in the United States of America. Just to name a few, I was shocked by the American cultures and their lifestyles. The way that Americans eat only with a fork and knife was really something new to me. It was not easy for me to adapt to the situation where I was still new in a foreign land. There are many varieties of food available in the United States of America, yet I am not used to it, as most of it is not served with rice. The typical foods in the United States include pizzas, salads, sandwiches and steaks. Believe it or not, the Asians could not live without the grains of rice! I always have the preconceptions that Americans speak good English and I might face difficulty in communicating with them. And surprisingly, it turned out to be the other way around; most Americans speak typical English, like we do in Malaysia. In fact, the daily English used in communication and interaction are much simpler. Instead of long sentences, Americans practice the KISS concept - Keeping it Short, Simple and Sweet. Hence, I found no serious communication barrier between American English and Malaysian English. In short, everything that I observed and learned in the United States is priceless. I find real study experiences deeply impactful. My knowledge about environmental studies in United States increased, and sharing this knowledge that I gained is absolutely invaluable. show less