The Asian Institute of Management, or simply AIM, is a graduate school of business and a center of business and management research. It is one of only two schools in Asia to be internationally accredited with both AACSB and EQUIS accreditations. It is sometimes referred to as the Harvard of the East because it was established in partnership with Harvard Business School and because it uses Harvard teaching methodologies.
It was described by Asiaweek magazine (a TIME publication) as the best in the Asia-Pacific region, and other magazines as one of the top three in Asia in the field of business education
The Asian Institute of Management, Manila offers two full-time degree programs under its Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business:
1. Masters in Business AdministrationThe two-year program offers majors in Finance, Marketing and Entrepreneurship. It also enables the students to undergo an exchange program with top schools in the US, Europe and Asia.
Eligibility: Bachelor's degree with at least two years' full-time work experience (by June 2004). Candidates must be at least 22 years of age on June 2004.
Course fees: US$12,000 per annum. This includes tuition and miscellaneous fees.
2. Masters in Management
The Masters in Management is an 11-month graduate management program on Business Leadership and Strategic Management.
Eligibility: Bachelor's degree with at least 6 years' full-time work experience, three years of which should be at a supervisory or managerial level. Candidates must be at least 28 years of age on May 2004.
Course fees: US$14,000. This includes tuition and miscellaneous fees.