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I am a graduate of the undergraduate business program at HPU was very knowledgeable.
I ended up choosing HPU because of the helpful International Center staff also because of HPU’s beautiful location in Hawaii.What I like most is the multiculturalism at HPU.I have never met so many people from different places; now, I have friends from all over the world. I used to speak four languages, but now I have picked up even more languages from the new friends that I’ve made here!
HPU even has Intercultural Day, which gives us a chance to share our home country equally at HPU.
- I found out about HPU because a good friend of mine was already studying here. She convinced me to come by telling me that HPU is a really good school teach you what is happening right now.
Classes such as Human Resources Management finding business contacts.
They also set up meetings with well-known companies who need new employees so I could meet with business people face-to-face. I got an internship at Sheraton Waikiki as the Front Office Manager, which was a good experience for me because Hawaii has the best travel industry in the world.I also really like the environment at HPU. There are people from so many places with different perspectives. I even had a chance to study abroad after learning about it during a presentation in class. HPU students can go to so many places all over the world to learn a language!
I went to Seville, Spain to take history
B.A. in Environmental Studies Transfer Student
I first heard about HPU because it has a partnership with my former university in France. I also met Stefanie Demin while in France business. Once I arrived in Hawaii in January 2010, I was pleasantly surprised by the nice, warm welcome that I received from everyone at HPU. I am glad to be a student at one of the most international universities in the world.
Before I arrived at HPU, I didn’t realize that the downtown campus would be in a busy business district. The way that the campus is undefined allows students mingle with business people, which is very unique. On the Windward Hawaii Loa campus, students are able to be closer to nature surf, which are also things that I enjoy about being in Hawaii.
I have also been impressed by the technology at HPU such as the computer systems, projectors etc., which make learning easier see others’ point of view, they also have opened my mind about how things are done in the United States.
I also feel that my education at HPU will prepare me well for the future. Here, I am able to get the qualifications that will be desirable when I enter the working world. Because my program is a mix of science
BA in International Relations
I found out about HPU when I was attending a community college in Seattle, Washington. I was looking for a university that would provide cultural experience, small size classes, lots of nature. HPU was exactly what I was looking for.
Multiculturalism at HPU is so remarkable that you could not ever imagine interacting with so many people from different countries at other universities. Being Japanese born in Peru, I see myself quite culturally open minded. My family I was raised there since then. However, since my parents were also born in Peru, the unique background unconsciously helped me build a flexible mindset. HPU still impresses me every day with its diversity: By going to classroom or simply walking on campus. The number of European students is significant, thus allowing me to learn more about new different perspectives without paying for an air ticket to Europe or any other places where I have never been yet.
Maximum class size of 25 students is rare you can even have long lasting friendships with your instructors.
Having the Hawaii Loa Campus surrounded by mountains is entertaining definitely is the University that I would like to recommend to others too.
MA in Communication
Before I came to HPU, I already had some international experience: For example; my first encounter with American culture as an exchange student in North Carolina back in 1998, also, a semester on a small East Coast college in the early millennium after I had to return to serve a matory year in the army. I spent the last two years prior to HPU in Copenhagen, Denmark, completing my bachelor of education that I began at the most northern university in the world, the University of Tromsø, Norway.
Later, I realized that I needed a dramatic change in my life, climate-wise as much as a need to go where I hadn’t gone before.
I met Lilian Hallstrom at a fair in Denmark. The graduate program in Communication at HPU sounded appealing to me. Additionally, the Hawai’i location the English language played a crucial role in my decision to come to HPU.
So, I came to Hawaii in Fall 2008 as a graduate student. I decided to study communication in its broad aspect as it’s such a multifaceted field that studying the bigger picture of communication would give me much more fundamental knowledge tools necessary for my career in media-related fields. In the new work force we need to be able to multitask.
What I really like about HPU is that it really makes me feel like a Cosmopolitan Earthling. From students of different cultures here at HPU I learn that, we are one people on one planet, who need to respect one another make our world a better place.
For this same reason, I recently took a summer program at HPU produce positive message about this beautiful country.
Class sizes at HPU are relatively small group has to offer.
Currently I am exploring the Beatniks influence in literature
Sao Paulo, Brazil
BA in International Business
It has always been my dream to come to Hawaii. When I was deciding to come to HPU, I spoke to Gui Albieri from the International Center because he is also from Brazil. He was very friendly now I’m in the International Business program.
I like the atmosphere at HPU because it’s unique from most colleges. Here, you can meet people from all over the world HPU’s location in the middle of Honolulu’s downtown business district allows students to interact with business people.
There are also many good resources on campus for HPU students. The Career Center is helpful friendly.
I have learned many things since coming to HPU. I have to be really organized
BA in International Relations
Aloha! I am Yasemin Karabudak, an international student from Germany. Trusting my heart in decision making delighted my life with great experiences. Based on my experiences in the United States as an exchange student in 2006/07 I decided to study International Relations at Hawai’i Pacific University.
I started my studies at HPU in fall 2009 Staff of HPU on a daily basis.
My multicultural background
BA in Advertising
I came to HPU in Fall 2009. I first became interested in coming to HPU after meeting Lilian Hallstrom, in Sweden at a seminar where she spoke about HPU had great things to say about the school.
The best thing about HPU is the small class sizes, which I love. The teachers are very good there were 200 people in each class! I feel that I am learning more here at HPU.
I also like that most of the professors teach you to think for yourself feel comfortable in expressing myself here.
That many student worker positions available on campus is another aspect of HPU that I like. These positions allow students to work within the school to earn some extra money
BA in International Business
I have been studying at HPU since Spring 2009. I found out about HPU when I was studying at St. Joseph High School in Hilo, on the Big Isl I knew that it would be a good place to study International Business.
One thing that I really like about HPU is how small the classes are so I have a good chance to have personal interaction with both my peers languages.
Another thing that I like about HPU is that it’s easy to be involved in many activities, clubs networking connections.
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BA in Advertising
I found out about Hawai`i Pacific University through he offered me to an opportunity to come play for his team, so I said why not—it’s Hawai`i! Hawai`i has always been a place that I wanted to visit, so when I was offered a position on the tennis team at HPU, I was thrilled. I began my studies here in Fall 2008.
So far, one thing that I really like about HPU is that the people are so friendly I love to represent HPU on the tennis court.
Also, because of the multiculturalism on campus get the job that I’m dreaming of!