Risk Management

UH Mānoa encourages its students and faculty to become globally engaged in their academic and research endeavors. International study, teaching, research, training, practicum, internship, and technical assistance are important aspects of our international engagement. Toward this end, students are encouraged to undertake Study Abroad or international educational experiences as part of their academic program.

Likewise, the UH Mānoa encourages and supports faculty international engagements in teaching, research, professional development, training and technical assistance. UH Mānoa expects that students, faculty and staff will take all reasonable steps to ensure that their health and safety needs are addressed while engaged in international activities abroad.

As a result, UH Mānoa Risk Management Policy concerning UH Mānoa international engagements and activities has been developed for the Mānoa campus in accordance with the Executive Policy E8.207.

Please see below the risk management policies that the Study Abroad Center abides by:

Foreign Inter-institutional Affiliates (International Agreements)

Committee on Academic Policy and Planning (CAPP) Report on Risk Management as of December 14, 2010

University of Hawaii at Manoa Administrative Policy M2.401 as of January 13, 2010