Strategically located in the heart of the Philippines’ central business district, AIM’s campus and facilities are conducive to student learning and exposure to the private sector, and to providing services to the business community.
Joseph R. McMicking Campus
The campus consists of fully air-conditioned buildings that house the dormitory and academic and administrative areas. The entire campus has broadband and WiFi connections.
Ten amphitheater-style caserooms equipped with audiovisual and multimedia facilities are the setting for lively class discussions and intellectual interchange. Videoconferencing is available through the AIM-World Bank Global Distance Learning Center.
As a student, you will find yourself spending much time at the Knowledge Resource Center, which serves as the library, and the AIM-World Bank Knowledge for Development Center, which is a depository library providing access to development-related publications of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and other institutions.
The six-level dormitory has a student lounge, gym, study areas, 45 air-conditioned rooms, reception area, clinic, and chapel. The campus also has a Muslim prayer room, a swimming pool, and a cafeteria serving local, international, and vegetarian foods.
AIM Conference Center
The AIM Conference Center Manila (ACCM) is a business hotel that serves as the Institute’s training and business resource center for executive education programs and the business community’s training facility requirements. ACCM offers premium accommodations in its 106 guestrooms and suites. It has two restaurants, a business center, two caserooms, and state-of-the-art meeting rooms for seminars, workshops, conferences, and private functions.
AIM uses the case method as the primary mode of learning in all its programs. In collaboration with a seasoned professor, you will analyze real-life solutions in class discussions and be drilled in evaluating hundreds of cases to sharpen your managerial skills. An AIM education means rigorous training, up-to-date management concepts, and emphasis on analytical, people management, and leadership skills.
For the MBA, Master in Management, and Master in Development Management, classes are held Monday to Friday, usually from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Saturday classes are also held occasionally.
Executive MBA classes are held one week per month, except at the beginning and end of the program wherein classes run for two weeks a month. Evening EMBA classes are conducted three evenings per week.