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Asia Institute of Management

Key Features
1. A pioneer in international management education in Asia
2. First B-school in Southeast Asia to achieve accreditation from the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
3. Off ers 5 degree programmes with students from more than 27 countries

AIM is a pioneer in international management education. It was established in 1968 with help from the Harvard Business School, academicians, and businessmen. The founders envisioned AIM as a source of 21st century Asian change agents and designed the school’s master and executive programmes to produce managers with the skills, knowledge, and attitude relevant to Asia’s emerging markets. Their initiative made AIM one of the most experienced graduate schools in Asia with an alumni strength of over 40,000. While AIM is based in the Philippines, its clientele comes from India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Greater Mekong area too. AIM is the first school in Southeast Asia to achieve accreditation from the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) based on the world’s highest international standards. AIM offers five degree programmes:
The MBA is a 16-month graduate management programme designed for young men and women looking to jumpstart a career in management. Since 1968, more than 5,000 graduates from 27 countries around the world have used AIM’s MBA programme as their passport to a lifelong career. The 11-month Master in Management is a fulltime graduate programme for experienced managers in career transition. The core competence of the MM graduate is strategy and leadership.
The 18-month Executive MBA (EMBA) is a corporate change programme. It creates change from within an organisation through a partnership forged among the manager, the organisation and the AIM faculty.
The 20-month Evening Executive MBA is designed to enable working professionals to obtain an MBA from a world-class business school while balancing work, family and personal commitments. Students learn the fundamentals of business strategy and general management competence they need to lead, build, and manage enterprises that create value in a dynamic global economy.
The 11-month Master in Development Management is an intensive, innovative, and practitioner-oriented programme designed to arm mid-career executives and practitioners

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