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- Undergraduate level exchange, and some graduate level may also be possible.
- Suitable destination for Humanities and Sciences students, and Tourism majors (BCom).
- Academic Year: August - May (Fall Semester: August - December; Spring Semester: January - May).
- Minimum course load: 12 credit hours per semester (Undergraduates), 8 credit hours per semester (Graduate); maximum course load: 19 Credit Hours per semester.
- Course outlines may be found at at the specific department's website.
- UH Mānoa Courses
- UH Mānoa Departments
- Academic calendar
- Cost of living
- Campus life
- UH Fact Sheet
- Mānoa International Exchange
- Health insurance
- Disability Services
- Visa information
- Information on student visas and insurance for students going on exchange
For further information about Otago Global Student Exchange, please contact an Exchange Adviser.