Brigham Young University – Hawaii

Brigham Young University – Hawaii (abbreviated as BYU-Hawaii ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. BYU-Hawaii opened its doors in 1955. The campus of the university is located within the city of La’ie.

Admission and tuition fees. In addition to the results of exams for admission to an educational institution, it is necessary to provide information on previous academic performance. When applying to a university, over 60 percent of applicants are admitted to the university, but it should also be borne in mind that in BYU-Hawaii the acceptance rate can vary significantly depending on the chosen department. As in many US universities, the academic year consists of two semesters. The cost of studying at the university is about 5,000 USD per year. Studying at master’s programs can also be considered quite expensive, the cost is 5,000 USD per year. Even with low tuition fees, the school offers students financial aid. Not all applicants of this university have the opportunity to study full-time, in this regard, Brigham Young University – Hawaii offers distance learning programs. For more information on the cost of education, you can visit the official website of the educational institution - .

The composition of the university. Brigham Young University – Hawaii studies can be attributed to small universities, where about 4,000 students study at the same time. Together with local applicants, foreign citizens can also apply for admission to the university. About 599 teachers are professionally active at Brigham Young University – Hawaii. You can find out more about student life and studying at the university on the social. University pages: Twitter , Linkedin .

University infrastructure. The educational institution has its own library. The university provides its students with accommodation on the territory of the student hostel.