Welcome to Virtual Organization Management Institute, the world's leading and only global educational institute solely
focused on the modern virtual organization management discipline pioneered by its founder. Our mission is to make VOM knowledge available to
all so that VOM can be practiced by everyone at any location anywhere in the world. Each day which passes by, our world gets virtualized more
and more and, eventually--there is no doubt or question about it--there will emerge an explosion and tidal wave of bona fide virtual
organizations around the globe; which means that, sooner or later, every single one of us will have no choice but to learn how to
virtual organize, manage, AND LEAD in a virtual or virtual organization environment.
Therefore, the value of virtual organization management -- from learning how to virtual organize and manage your social network all
the way to learning how to virtual organize and manage a team, group, department, division, region or entire company -- in terms of both its
current and future potential for all of mankind, is indeed something that transcends all demographics.
We not only welcome but seek the diversity that results from a faculty and student body which consists of every race, ethnicity, religion, gender,
nationality, and sexual orientation. As well, we are committed to insuring that our VOM program remains accessible to all deserving students
who share a demonstrated eagerness and capacity to adapt and thrive in a virtual environment regardless of financial and social status. However, that
being said, please note that our selection process is very thoughtful, meticulous, and designed to encourage and reward excellence in our students.
We are deeply committed to insuring that our experiential VOMI designation programs remain accessible to all deserving
secondary school and independent students - excluding professionals - who share a demonstrated eagerness
and capacity to adapt and thrive in a virtual environment regardless of financial status. Since we are the pioneers and founder of the modern
virtual organization management discipline, we are not accredited by any current accreditation bodies; nor there exists any accrediting
organization anywhere in the world that is qualified to review our program and curriculum. Thus, you will not be eligible to receive any sort
of financial aid from any local, state or federal U.S. governmental body.
As well, please note that we have absolutely NO INTENTION to seek such accreditation from any existing accreditation bodies anywhere
in the world, nor will we ever do so.
Therefore, in order to insure that our alternative education program remains accessible to all qualified individuals anywhere in the world, VOMI fills in
the financial gap by offering and guaranteeing financial aid to cover up to 100% of the total cost of tuition for all secondary school and independent
students applying for our program at VOMI. In connection thereof, please note the following:
- Our financial aid program is strictly reserved to secondary school and independent students and specifically excludes consultants,
business professionals, corporate executives, and government- or corporate-sponsored professionals.
- You may apply for financial aid only after you have applied for and received
an offer of admission at VOMI.
- Students whose annual family income falls under USD $100,000
are automatically granted a full 2-year tuition scholarship.
- VOMI has a need-blind candidate selection process. This means that VOMI does not take into consideration your financial
situation--nor is VOMI aware of your financial situation--when you apply for admission.
- VOMI is also a full-need educational institute. This means that, once admitted, students have access to financial aid through
scholarships and student loans provided directly by VOMI to cover the full cost of the tuition. VOMI has allocated a total of $5 million
each and every year for such financial aid.
- Financial assistance is based on needs and the financial aid program is designed to insure that students are adequately equipped and
able to pursue their studies. Therefore, due to the rigor of the VOM program, students applying for financial aid should not plan on
working a full-time job during the duration of the program.
As well, students whose annual family income falls under $100,000
and have been granted a full 2-year scholarship are specifically prohibited from working on either a full-time or part-time basis during
the entire duration of the 2-year program.
Please note that if you advise us during the application for
admission process that you intend to work - or continue to work - on a full-time basis during any period of your enrollment
at VOMI, you will automatically become ineligible for admission at, or any sort of financial aid from, VOMI.
- VOMI Financial Aid advisors will work with you directly in order to assist you with your financial needs.