Anaheim University was honored to receive this letter of congratulations from the Mayor of the City of Anaheim, Tom Tait, for Anaheim University's 20 years of "providing top-quality online education worldwide".

Letter from Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait

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.


1) Why did you choose Anaheim University?

After thorough research, my decision for Anaheim University was based on three major reasons: First: flexibility. As I am permanently employed and studying for a second Masters degree simultaneously, my place of work and time schedule were subject to constant changes. If it was not for a fully online-based program, I would not have been able to juggle three "full-time jobs." Second: internationality. A German degree in Humanities alone is insufficient to cope with the increasing importance of globalization and transculturalism. As a nationally accredited and English-speaking university with international orientation, I felt that Anaheim University fully met the requirements. 

Last: uniqueness. With particular attention to the International MBA program, Anaheim University is practically the only online university in the United States which combines business knowledge with strong expertise in Asian studies (special thanks to Dr. Callahan!), which is among my main research interests.

2) Can you tell us briefly about your career?