Graduating from Harvard University with a master’s degree in Public Policy, Tran Ha Duong said that he thought the prestigious school was "completely beyond my reach". Tran Ha Duong once said: "There are only two ways to get into Harvard. One is that you are extraordinary, the other is that your parents are." With this mindset, Duong used to think Harvard was something beyond his reach. However, things changed after he graduated from university and had been working for a period of time. He realized that what he thought before was wrong and he decided to apply for a master’s degree program at Harvard. At that time, studying abroad meant quitting his well-paid job in a multinational group. "Therefore, it was quite surprising when I said that I didn't think whether I was qualified to be a Harvard student, but whether Harvard is worth being exchanged for my existing opportunities. The most important thing when deciding to study in Harvard is that if it could help me achieve my aspiration," Duong said. That aspiration is to help young people in Vietnam have the guts and necessary skills to contribute to the prosperity and wealth of Vietnam. Change the way you… Read full this story
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