Anaheim University Ferrotec Akira Yamamura Scholarship

Anaheim University Ferrotec Akira Yamamura Scholarship

 

2 students can earn a full scholarship towards an Anaheim University online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program

Applicants can apply the scholarship to 1 of these 3 online degree programs:

 

Applicants must meet Anaheim University's MBA entrance requirements.

Applicants must express an interest in being considered for future employment by Ferrotec. However, being awarded a scholarship does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made to the scholarship recipient.

Applicants with Heat Transfer, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, International Business / bilingual (English + 1 other language) language skills/experience will be given preferential consideration.

Scholarships will be awarded on a merit basis based on the applicant’s qualifications.

Applicants must maintain standards set forth by the Scholarship Committee and/or the University's administration in order to remain in good standing and continue to receive the scholarship funding throughout the remainder of their program. Scholarship recipients are expected to maintain a minimum of a B average at all times and complete each course with a minimum of a 3.0 grade. Scholarship recipients must also remain continuously enrolled from the commencement of their program through graduation. Skipped term fees are not included in the scholarship and skipped terms are only allowed with special permission from the University's Dean.

Scholarship Application Requirements

Scholarship Applicants must submit:

- standard application materials required for an Anaheim University online MBA or Master of Entrepreneurship program. Click here for a list of program entrance requirements.

- a 1,000 word essay outlining:

          • How you feel the Anaheim University degree will benefit you
          • Why you would like to be considered for possible employment by Ferrotec upon graduation
          • Your area of academic and professional specialization

 

To Apply:

Click here to complete the online application form.

E-mail 1,000-word scholarship application essay to ausupport @ anaheim.edu

 

Application Deadline

March 20, 2019

Scholarship Recipients Announced

April 19, 2019

MBA Program Start Date

May 20, 2019

 

About Ferrotec

Founded in 1980, Ferrotec is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan with locations in Japan, U.S.A., China, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, and Russia. Ferrotec is a diversified technology company with a worldwide presence in a broad array of end products, manufacturing systems, and industries. Ferrotec provides its customers with advanced material, component, and assembly solutions that make their products work better, more precisely, and more reliably. Founded on a technology core of Ferrofluid magnetic liquid and Ferrofluidic® sealing products, the company and its product portfolio have grown to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Ferrotec is now a global enterprise characterized by substantial intercompany cooperation in research, manufacturing and marketing of products. The Ferrotec Group contributes to society as a manufacturer, and a company whose progress brings joy to its customers, shareholders, employees, business partners, the community, and all of its stakeholders. Ferrotec has grown to what it is today through the pioneering and innovative spirit of its President and Representative Director Dr. Akira Yamamura

About Dr. Akira Yamamura

Dr. Akira Yamamura, who is an Executive Advisory Board member of Anaheim University, established Ferrotec with two people in 1980. At the time, he was president of the Japanese subsidiary of Ferrofluidics Corporation, after joining the company as an engineer. In 1987, he led a management buy-out of the company and then in 1999 acquired the former parent company. Dr. Yamamura has grown Ferrotec to become one of the most important companies in the electronics industry, with annual revenue growing to approximately US$680 million, 27 subsidiaries and more than 5,400 employees in Japan, the US, Europe and Asia. The original business of the company was distributing Vacuum Feedthrough, which applies Ferrofluid, magnetic field. Vacuum Feed-through is a key component to shield the vacuum environment, and utilized in semiconductor equipment, single crystal silicon ingot grower, FPD equipment, and thin film equipment for photovoltaic application. In 2012, Dr. Akira Yamamura was ranked #24 in Ernst & Young’s “World Entrepreneur of the Year" awards.

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