International Student Attraction

The halls of the State Capitol were filled with students from around the world, as well as the educational institutions and programs that bring them here to study in Hawaii. “Study Hawaii Day” highlighted the positive impact that international students have on Hawaii’s economy and community, and showcased what Hawaii’s educational institutions and programs are ...
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Hawaii will shine a proud spotlight on the thousands of students from beyond the United States who study at its universities, colleges and preparatory schools with “Study Hawaii Day at the Capitol: Celebrating International Students & Education,” Thursday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The day-long event, being organized by the Study Hawaii educational ...
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In the new census statistics of international students in the U.S. released by the Institute of International Education Hawaii’s numbers remain relatively constant from 2012 to 2013, although Hawaii’s market share declined slightly as more international students began studying in the U.S. The non-profit group, Study Hawaii and DBEDT are redoubling efforts to attract more ...
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The State of Hawaii Office in Taiwan opened a “Hawaii Education Service Center” in December. The center, located in the Taiwan World Trade Center as part of the State’s Office, serves as a one-stop information and counseling center for Taiwanese students interested in studying at Hawaii’s colleges, universities and high-schools. Working closely with the Study ...
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There are currently about 16,000 students from Vietnam pursuing degrees from colleges and universities throughout the U.S. Of this amount, Hawaii attracts less than 1%. How can Hawaii increase the number of Vietnamese students that choose to study in the islands? DBEDT and representatives from the Study Hawaii Education Consortium recently met with a delegation ...
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