Asian Institute of Management

Philippines

Private

Asian Institute of Management

Makati, Philippines

Private

History, Affiliations and Rankings

A pioneer of Management education in Asia, the Asian Institute of Management was founded in 1968 by the consortium of business leaders, leading academic institutions in the Philippines and the Harvard Business School. It is the first Business School in Southeast Asia to receive the prestigious AACSB accreditation, which makes it globally recognized for its highest standards of Business and Management education. It offers education with a global focus, but also one catered predominantly to the ASEAN needs, which is “practitioner-focused” and students are taught practical aspects of business via case studies - a model that was adapted from Harvard Business School. The Asian Institute of Management is a member institution of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), Association of Asia-Pacific of Business Schools (AAPBS), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Global Business School Network (GBSN), the International University Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON) and several other academic bodies. 

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

Asian Institute of Management offers programs across its 4 Schools of specialization, which are - the W. SyCip Graduate School of Business, the School of Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, the Stephen Zuellig Graduate School of Development Management and the School of Executive Education. Across these 4 Schools, the Institute offers Master’s degree programs and Executive education. A traditional MBA degree, Executive MBA, Master of Science degrees in Innovation and Business, and Data Science, Master in Entrepreneurship, Master in Development Management, PhD in Data Science, and an Executive Master in Disaster Risk and Crisis Management are the programs offered by the Institute. All the courses are taught using an innovative methodology called “learning teams” which promotes collaborative learning and leadership through “learning teams” or “can groups” which allow students to learn from the multifaceted perspectives of their peers. 

Accomplishments and Alumni

The Asian Institute of Management is one of the first Business Schools in Asia and the first Southeast Asian Business School to be accorded the prestigious US-based accreditation by AACSB, placing it among the global leaders in Business and Management education. Further, in the 2021 Going Beyond Awards by the Global Business School Network (GBSN), the Institute's TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership was recognized as a Top Award Nominee for its impact on society and sustainable development. A majority of the directors at 25 most valuable listed companies in the Philippines have graduated from the Asian Institute of Management. Also, it is one of the most preferred schools for Management education among 94 directors interviewed by the Forbes Magazine of Philippines. The Asian Institute of Management has an alumni network of 43,000+ spanning 80 countries worldwide, comprising graduates who occupy various leadership positions  Some of the notable alumni of the Institute include - Tim Yap (Filipino Radio Host), Euh Yoon-dae (South Korean Professor and Financier), Hasan Arifin (Member of the Dewan Rakyat), Robert Chandran (Singaporean Executive), Gina Lopez (Filipino Environmentalist) and several others. 

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

The Asian Institute of Management is a diverse, multicultural School. The student population is primarily Asian, however, several international students attend the Institute, including students from the USA allowing students to gain global perspectives. The Globe Group, Accenture, Citi, Sun Life, EY, Meralco, Cognizant, San Miguel Corporation, Pru Life, Asian Development Bank and other corporations recruit graduates from Asian Institute of Management.  

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History, Affiliations and Rankings

A pioneer of Management education in Asia, the Asian Institute of Management was founded in 1968 by the consortium of business leaders, leading academic institutions in the Philippines and the Harvard Business School. It is the first Business School in Southeast Asia to receive the prestigious AACSB accreditation, which makes it globally recognized for its highest standards of Business and Management education. It offers education with a global focus, but also one catered predominantly to the ASEAN needs, which is “practitioner-focused” and students are taught practical aspects of business via case studies - a model that was adapted from Harvard Business School. The Asian Institute of Management is a member institution of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), Association of Asia-Pacific of Business Schools (AAPBS), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Global Business School Network (GBSN), the International University Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON) and several other academic bodies. 

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

Asian Institute of Management offers programs across its 4 Schools of specialization, which are - the W. SyCip Graduate School of Business, the School of Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, the Stephen Zuellig Graduate School of Development Management and the School of Executive Education. Across these 4 Schools, the Institute offers Master’s degree programs and Executive education. A traditional MBA degree, Executive MBA, Master of Science degrees in Innovation and Business, and Data Science, Master in Entrepreneurship, Master in Development Management, PhD in Data Science, and an Executive Master in Disaster Risk and Crisis Management are the programs offered by the Institute. All the courses are taught using an innovative methodology called “learning teams” which promotes collaborative learning and leadership through “learning teams” or “can groups” which allow students to learn from the multifaceted perspectives of their peers. 

Accomplishments and Alumni

The Asian Institute of Management is one of the first Business Schools in Asia and the first Southeast Asian Business School to be accorded the prestigious US-based accreditation by AACSB, placing it among the global leaders in Business and Management education. Further, in the 2021 Going Beyond Awards by the Global Business School Network (GBSN), the Institute's TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership was recognized as a Top Award Nominee for its impact on society and sustainable development. A majority of the directors at 25 most valuable listed companies in the Philippines have graduated from the Asian Institute of Management. Also, it is one of the most preferred schools for Management education among 94 directors interviewed by the Forbes Magazine of Philippines. The Asian Institute of Management has an alumni network of 43,000+ spanning 80 countries worldwide, comprising graduates who occupy various leadership positions  Some of the notable alumni of the Institute include - Tim Yap (Filipino Radio Host), Euh Yoon-dae (South Korean Professor and Financier), Hasan Arifin (Member of the Dewan Rakyat), Robert Chandran (Singaporean Executive), Gina Lopez (Filipino Environmentalist) and several others. 

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

The Asian Institute of Management is a diverse, multicultural School. The student population is primarily Asian, however, several international students attend the Institute, including students from the USA allowing students to gain global perspectives. The Globe Group, Accenture, Citi, Sun Life, EY, Meralco, Cognizant, San Miguel Corporation, Pru Life, Asian Development Bank and other corporations recruit graduates from Asian Institute of Management.  

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The Asian Institute of Management is centrally located within the Makati Central Business District (CBD), which is around 6 kilometers away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Philippines.
The Asian Institute of Management is centrally located within the Makati Central Business District (CBD), which is around 6 kilometers away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Philippines.
Most of the technology amenities such as printers, computers etc.. are available on the campus. However, a majority of the students bring or purchase their own laptops and a handy pocket calculator before their arrival in the Philippines.
Most of the technology amenities such as printers, computers etc.. are available on the campus. However, a majority of the students bring or purchase their own laptops and a handy pocket calculator before their arrival in the Philippines.
The fees at AIM consists of tuition fees and miscellaneous fees which includes medical insurance, library fees and other school-related expenses. In addition, students must be required to have enough funding for other personal expenses such as, living costs, travel and communication allowances, etc..
The fees at AIM consists of tuition fees and miscellaneous fees which includes medical insurance, library fees and other school-related expenses. In addition, students must be required to have enough funding for other personal expenses such as, living costs, travel and communication allowances, etc..
Yes, students are expected to be in proper classroom attire while in the premises of the Institute which includes strict prohibition of shorts and slippers. In addition, students must be dressed in formal business attire for classroom presentations and other formal activities.
Yes, students are expected to be in proper classroom attire while in the premises of the Institute which includes strict prohibition of shorts and slippers. In addition, students must be dressed in formal business attire for classroom presentations and other formal activities.
Students must pay their fees directly at the Cashier’s Office on the campus or deposit the amount via wire transfer to any Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) in favor of the Asian School of Management.
Students must pay their fees directly at the Cashier’s Office on the campus or deposit the amount via wire transfer to any Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) in favor of the Asian School of Management.

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