AIM’s 16-month Master in Business Administration (MBA) converts students into professional managers not by teaching them concepts, but by sharpening their thinking and analytical skills.
AIM is known for its boot-camp, participative-learning approach. Students use the case method of teaching almost exclusively. Cases are real-life business situations. These cases force students to analyze complex, ambiguous problems, and make decisions under time and resource constraints. AIM MBA students read over 800 cases and work 80 hours per week. Such intensity and rigor develops tough minded, action-oriented managers.
This learning experience is enhanced by group projects, presentations, and field work. AIM also provides an unparalleled Asian context to the MBA learning experience.
Students learn behaviors and market cultures of the West and Asia. Students’ understanding of cultural diversity is deepened in teamwork with fellow students from different Asian countries.
Students apply by submitting the application form and requirements to the Office for Student Services, Admissions and Registration (SSAR).
1. Applicants are required to submit a properly accomplished application form. The form can be obtained by requesting for hard copies from the SSAR, or by downloading the copy from the website.
2. The form must be submitted with the following requirements:
Admissions essays (see page 4 of the application form) Original or Authenticated copy of Certificate of live birth (for Filipinos) or passport identification page with the validity page (for overseas students) Transcript of Academic Records indicating that the student obtained the bachelor’s degree. Sometimes, the information is contained in a separate certificate. Recommendation Forms (Professional and Academic). These are also downloadable from the website. Certificate of Employment. For MBA applicants, indicating at least 2 years of work experience; for MM, MDM and EMBA applicants, indicating at least 6 years of work experience (3 years of either managerial or supervisory work is required).
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Recipient: Asian Institute of Management
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