Intensive English Program

Pre-arrival information Part 7: Computer

Pre-arrival information Part 7: Computer

Aloha from Hilo, Big Island! We often get questions about computers when students are preparing for their study abroad. First of all, I would like to share our facilities. In one of the IEP classrooms, we have a computer lab.  You are welcome to use the computers in...
Pre-arrival information Part 6: Health Requirements

Pre-arrival information Part 6: Health Requirements

Aloha from Hilo, the Big Island! Questions about health requirements are also popular from new students. !This article is applicable to F1 students only! Hawaii Community College and Intensive English Program require 2 types of health requirements documents. These...
Pre-arrival information Part 5: Money

Pre-arrival information Part 5: Money

Aloha from Hilo on the Big Island! When you are planning your study abroad, I’m sure everyone is wondering about money! Many new services for study abroad students are available nowadays and students can easily maintain your finance. Upon your arrival We...
Pre-arrival information Part #3: What NOT to pack

Pre-arrival information Part #3: What NOT to pack

Aloha from Hilo, Big Island! This post will talk about items that our former students thought that they didn’t need to bring from their countries. It’s the opposite of the last blog. Of course, each student has different opinions on this but please refer...
Pre-arrival information Part #2: What to pack

Pre-arrival information Part #2: What to pack

Aloha from Hilo, Hawaiʻi!! For this post, I would like to summarize our articles and tips about what to pack for your study abroad. These blogs and tips are given from our former IEP students. You may not have many chances to ask these questions to those who are/were...
Pre-arrival information Part #1 : Health Insurance

Pre-arrival information Part #1 : Health Insurance

Aloha from Hilo, Hawaiʻi!! This is Eri. I’m going to start a new series of blog posts focusing on those who are already admitted to the IEP and preparing to come to Hawaii. I’m sure this will be also helpful for those who are still thinking about studying...