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Asian Institute of Management

Asian Institute of Management

General Description

The Asian Institute of Management uses practitioner-oriented, highly participative and interactive delivery methods. The program makes rigorous use of the case method, field projects, and group projects. Under the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), students widen their horizons and spend a term in one of AIM’s premier partner business schools in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas.

AIM is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is a founding member of top-ranked business schools in the Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS).

AIM has a network of more than 37,000 alumni located in more than 70 countries worldwide.

Asian Institute of Management - AIM’s business school is named after Mr. Washington Z. Sycip, chairman of the SGV Group, a pan-Asian auditing and management Consulting firm. Sycip envisioned an MBA for Asians, and co-founded AIM in 1968.

AIM’s Washington Sycop Graduate School of Business emphasizes practitioner-oriented learning. Students learn not only management concepts, but also hands-on training for real-life challenges facing Asian business today.

Excellence is achieved through interplay of four factors: a rigorous curriculum, faculty excellence, student competence and diversity, and career management services.

Programs

  MBA 2008 MBA 2009
Duration24 months16 months
Graduation monthSeptemberSeptember / December
Available for employmentBeginning January 2009Beginning October 2009 and January 2010
Number of students185152
Average age2625
Average years of work experience42
% International students6678
% Women2518
Average GMAT score654630

Mailing Address

123 Paseo de Roxas
Makati City
1226 Philippines

Last Statistics 2008

Hires by Industry
Consulting 7 %
Media/Entertainment 5 %
Consumer Products 3 %
Manufacturing 3 %
Other 22 %
Hires by Function
Finance/Accoounting 17 %
Marketing/Sales 10 %
Other 9 %


Information updated in October 2009