Asian Institute of Management

We build on your strengths as a leader and give you the tools you need to compete, thrive, and succeed in the worlds of business and development.

Asian Institute of Management
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    Why Asian Institute of Management?

    Today is the day you start to create meaningful impact. At the Asian Institute of Management, we build on your strengths as a leader and give you the tools you need to compete, thrive, and succeed in the worlds of business and development.

    Asian Institute of Management is the Asian pioneer in international management education. Established in 1968 with the Harvard Business School, Asian academicians, and prominent business leaders, the institute designs its masters and executive programs to develop practicing managers in Asia’s emerging markets. With 40,000 alumni, Asian Institute of Management has clientele and alumni worldwide and meets the global accreditation standards of the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Asian Institute of Management offers three degree programs – the Master in Business Administration (both full time and executive), and a Master in Development Management. Asian Institute of Management is well known for open enrollment and custom executive programs for business and non-business organizations.

    Mission Statement:

    We are committed towards making a difference in promoting the sustainable development of Asian societies by developing professional, entrepreneurial, and socially responsible leaders and managers.


    • We offer leading-edge practitioner-oriented management programs and use learning technologies that are responsive to our diverse markets;
    • We promote research that elevates these programs to higher levels of excellence;
    • We attract and develop an international faculty of distinctive competence and highly skilled and trained staff who ensure the delivery of quality services;
    • We nurture and sustain a culture that rewards professionalism, creativity, and excellence.
    • 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.
    • In 2001, AIM was honored with the 1st Beyond Grey Pinstripes Award for Business School Innovation in Social Impact Management. In 2002, the World Bank selected AIM as its strategic partner through the establishment of the AIM-WB Development Resource Center, making AIM the world’s first private management education institution to partner with the World Bank. AIM was also designated by the Asian Development Bank as a Center of Excellence and partner in knowledge creation and management.
    • AIM is a winner of the 1995 Ramon Magsaysay Award, the Asian equivalent of the Nobel Prize, for promoting international understanding and “setting region-wide standards for excellence.”
    • In 2010, AIM placed No. 14 in Asia/Australasia in The Economist’s Which MBA? rankings. In 2011, AIM was ranked No. 1 among Asian business schools and No. 52 on a list of the Top 100 MBA programs worldwide in the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey. Schools in the Top 100 demonstrate significant leadership in integrating social, environmental, and ethical issues into the MBA program.


    At the Asian Institute of Management, each program’s curriculum contains not only the required business tools and subjects, but also subjects and electives that take into account innovations in the business and development environments. Pooled together, the Institute’s programs provide students with knowledge and skills to prime them for leadership roles in business management, entrepreneurship, and development management.

    • The Master in Business Administration (MBA) is a 16-month program designed for young men and women looking to jumpstart a career in management. Since 1968, more than 5,000 graduates from 27 countries have used AIM’s MBA as their passport to a lifelong career. The program stresses three attributes: business thinking, analysis, and decision-making.
    • The 20-month Executive MBA (EMBA) Evening Program is designed to enable working professionals to obtain an EMBA from a world-class business school while balancing work, family, and personal commitments. Students learn the fundamentals of business strategy and general management competence which they need to lead, build, and manage enterprises that create value in a dynamic, global economy.
    • The 11-month Master in Development Management (MDM) is an intensive and practitioner-oriented program designed to arm mid-career development executives and practitioners with tools to manage and lead public and civil society organizations, cooperatives, and private non-profit firms in the context of economic, social, and political development. The MDM trains students to be strategic leaders and change agents in their organizations/countries.

    Executive Education:

    • Open Enrollment
    • Customized Programs

    International Student Exchange Program

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    Telephone Number

    (02) 892 4011 to 23


    123 Paseo de Roxas, Makati, 1260 Metro Manila, Philippines