Please read the Eligibility Requirements very carefully before you submit your application form.
Click here to download the eligibility requirements (PDF).
Click here to download the application form (DOC).
How to submit:
- You may send the electronic/scanned copies of the completed application form and other required documents as attachments to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. (This is the preferred submitting method.)
- The recommendation letters can be mailed or emailed separately by the referees directly to Dr. Chhany Sak-Humphry <email@example.com>.
- If you do not have access to scanning or email, you may mail the completed application form and all required documents to:
Dr. Chhany Sak-Humphry,
ASK Project Director,
University of Hawaii at Manoa,
Dept. of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures,
2540 Maile Way, Spalding Hall 255,
Honolulu, HI 96822
If you have further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
10 fellowships (DE-Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program Short-Term Projects [GPA-ST]) will be offered to qualified applicants.
Or applicants could apply for own scholarship or fellowship.
The estimated budget for the abroad study is as follows:
|UH Manoa tuition and fees
||$3000 (only for non-fellowship participant of GPA-ST)
For other fellowships
or scholarships opportunities, see links below:
Study Abroad Scholarships
Apply for Financial-Aid from own institution to Study with ASK
Federal Student Loans from the U.S. Department of Education
Applicants may apply for
tuition and/or administration fee waivers (upon availability
of fundings). Please contact Dr. Chhany Sak-Humphry <firstname.lastname@example.org> for
here to download the Credit
Application form. Print it out, fill in completely, sign, and
fax the completed form to (808) 956-3752.
The process of the application
usually takes about a week. Accepted applicants will get UH usernames,
passwords and instructions on how to register for these courses via
the UH Outreach College Summer EXTENSION term using the Course Reference
Number (see below). The CAM courses do not appear in print, so applicants
will need to input the CRN for the courses. The payment
for each of these courses is $180.50.
The courses for 2013 Summer EXTENSION term are:
212 (CRN: 4208) 10 credits for Intermediate
level (level 1 to level 2).
CAM 303 (CRN: 4209) 6 credits for
Advanced level (level 2 to 3+ or higher level).
These courses are equivalent
to 2 semester Khmer coursework at the University
of Hawaii: Intermeidate level
~ CAM 201 & CAM 202; Advanced level ~ CAM 301 & CAM 302).
It consists of a structured academic program of seven hours
of task-based language instruction and activities every day, five days a week, in addition, the curriculum includes day-long weekend field trips to outlying areas of Phnom Penh sand home-stays with Khmer families..
more information on how to apply for University of Hawaii Outreach
Program Summer Extension courses, click the following link: