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Asian Institute of Management

The Asian Institute of Management has long been a pioneer in international management education. Our interactive methods have prepared professionals to become agile, well-trained leaders. We teach business professionals how to grow and manage their business in a dynamic, global environment.

Master's Programmes

About

History

The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) is the Asian pioneer in management education. Since it was founded in 1968 by the Harvard Business School and academics as well as prominent business leaders of the Philippines, AIM has been committed to contributing to sustaining the growth of Asian businesses and societies.

Education

AIM’s 41,000-strong alumni, who have profited from its proven strength in practitioner-based education offered through Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business and its unique development management education provided by Zuellig School of Development Management, all under one roof, are well recognized for their ability to navigate complex and dynamic spaces, and occupy key positions in business, state and development corporations all over the world.

Research

AIM’s research and advocacy focus on the nexus between business and development in Asia. AIM’s main advocacies are social development, responsible corporate governance, and the management of nonprofit organizations.Research and innovation plays an important role in the design and implementation of programs at AIM. Complementing the program design is the creation of learning materials that are deliberately structured to enhance the learning processes of AIM programs.

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Services

Student services

AIM’s research and advocacy focus on the nexus between business and development in Asia. AIM’s main advocacies are social development, responsible corporate governance, and the management of nonprofit organizations.

Housing services

The AIM Joseph R. McMicking Campus is located in the central business district of Makati City, Metro Manila. The campus consists of fully air-conditioned buildings that house the academic, administrative, and dormitory facilities.

  • Ten amphitheater-style caserooms equipped with audiovisual and multimedia facilities
  • Conference halls for plenary-type activities
  • AIM-World Bank Global Distance Learning Center with videoconferencing capability
  • AIM-World Bank Knowledge for Development Center, which serves as a depository library providing access to development-related publications of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and other institutions
  • Knowledge Resource Center, which serves as the library

Student Life

Campus life

The AIM Joseph R. McMicking Campus is located in the central business district of Makati City, Metro Manila. The campus consists of fully air-conditioned buildings that house the academic, administrative, and dormitory facilities.

  • Ten amphitheater-style caserooms equipped with audiovisual and multimedia facilities
  • Conference halls for plenary-type activities
  • AIM-World Bank Global Distance Learning Center with videoconferencing capability
  • AIM-World Bank Knowledge for Development Center, which serves as a depository library providing access to development-related publications of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and other institutions
  • Knowledge Resource Center, which serves as the library

Accreditation

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.

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