Division III schools are limited by the NCAA in the amount of athletic scholarship assistance they can provide, yet most Division III colleges remain deeply vested in promoting competitive sports programs on-campus. As a result, smaller schools try to attract athletic prospects who also have great academic records. According to the Letter of Intent , a voluntary NCAA commitment clearinghouse, Division I and II schools offer athletic scholarships, while Division III institutions are limited to academics-based awards only. If your academic record sets you apart from other athletes at your Division III school, you may be eligible for academic resources that serve your athletic ambitions.
This 21-month, executive format program allows participants living in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to maintain full-time management positions while earning their degree. Students will learn from an integrated, modern curriculum that incorporates core business disciplines with cutting-edge business practices including: innovation and entrepreneurship, management of information technologies and e-business, supply chain management, wealth management, and branding. All classes are held in Vietnam with an optional summer study at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. A key feature of the program is the Business Practicum project allowing students to engage in real-life consulting.
3. What matters to you, and why?
This is unarguably the easiest question for me to answer. My mother has been my rock since day one. She has endured a lot of hardships in life and has always made me her number one priority. So the thing that matters most to me is my perfect relationship with my mom. I would not want it any other way. Putting aside all the things that I owe to her and just going back to the basics, I would never want anything in my life to be changed because all our circumstances made me closer to my mom. She is my greatest supporter and believer. I think everyone needs a person like her in their life. It might not be their mom, but it has to be someone.