Blac Chyna Enrolls in Harvard Online Business Course: 'I Want to Be Great for Myself and My Kids'
There are essentially no admissions requirements for the course, which costs $1,500
Blac Chyna is embarking on a new academic adventure.
“Where I’m at now is a stage of realization and growth,” Chyna, 30, tells TMZ. “I want to be great for myself and my kids. School is going to help me take things up a couple of notches. People are always talking about me, might as well talk about the good. I’m excited for the next chapter.”
The 40-hour, 8-week Business Analytics course, aimed to help students develop a data mindset and the analytical skills to interpret and communicate data, costs $1,500. There are essentially no admissions requirements — the application simply consists of filling out your educational history and current job status.
According to the admissions letter, Chyna will begin the course on May 29.
Later, Harvard clarified in a statement to TMZ that Chyna is not enrolled in Harvard Business School Online.
“Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White,” the university told the outlet.
The former reality star/stripper alluded to “new beginnings” earlier this week in a rare open letter to fans posted on Instagram Monday, admitting that while “growth is painful,” she’s “working to be the best” version of herself.
Her Harvard Business School enrollment comes on the heels of the news that Kim Kardashian West is studying to become a lawyer. The reality star recently announced that she decided last summer to begin a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm in San Francisco, with the goal of taking the bar in 2022.
Though Kardashian West, 38, did attend Pierce College in Los Angeles for some time, she never graduated. However, California, as well as three other U.S. states, offer another path to passing the bar by “reading the law,” or apprenticing with a practicing lawyer or judge. If Kardashian West passes the “baby bar” this summer, she will be given the okay to continue for three more years of study.