What you need to know before arrival
Traveling to Hawai‘i
Over 21 million passengers a year fly into Honolulu’s international airport. Honolulu hosts nonstop flights to cities throughout the Asia Pacific such as Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, Sydney, Shanghai and Manila. There are also numerous non-stop flights to the major cities of the US mainland such as Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.
With cheaper flights and more connections available than ever, you will find coming to Hawai‘i economical and convenient.
The Hawaiian climate is incredibly consistent, with really only 2 seasons. Summer comes from May to October, while Winter from November to April. In Summer the average sea temperature is 29 C while in Winter it is 25 C.
In order to study in the United States as a foreigner, you will need to obtain a nonimmigrant student visa for temporary stay. In some circumstances, students in non-degree or certificate programs of short duration may enter without a visa. For more information, please check the US government website https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/study-exchange/student.html