Student Life Overview
           

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AIM’s student body is multinational and primarily Asian; about 50% of them come from outside the Philippines. During the school year, you can interact with peers from more than 30 countries.

Aside from helping develop each other's cross-cultural skills, students provide one another with a whole set of new ideas and experiences. The average age of an incoming MBA student is 26; Executive MBA, 35; and Master in Development Management, 35.


Classes

AIM’s academically and professionally qualified faculty will share with you their broad regional outlook and wide experience in and knowledge of Asian management and practice.

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.


Response from the 2014 MBA Graduates

Response from the 2014 MDM Graduates

Response from the 2014 EMBA Graduates


Location

With a mix of Southeast Asian sensibilities and Hispanic traditions found nowhere else in the world, the Philippines is an ideal training ground for global Asian leader-managers. Communication and cultural understanding between locals and visiting foreigners come easily, with both English and Filipino as official languages.

Makati City, where the Joseph R. McMicking Campus is located, is a safe, clean, and friendly metropolis. It is considered the Philippines’ premier city for business, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture. It is 20-30 minutes away from Manila’s airports. From AIM, you can easily walk to Ayala Center, a vast complex of hotels and lifestyle centers offering a full range of world-class dining, shopping, and recreational experiences.

Adjacent to Makati is the old city of Manila, where you can explore colonial-era enclaves likes Intramuros and Chinatown, and watch performances at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

Makati is part of Metro Manila, which has many parks, malls, museums, and concerts. It is an hour’s flight from tourist destinations like Boracay, Palawan, Cebu, Davao, Bohol, and Cagayan de Oro, which are ideal for beach-combing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, surfing, and whitewater rafting. You may also take a drive to sites like Laguna, Batangas, Quezon, Sagada, Banaue, Baguio, and Cagayan Valley, where you can do spelunking, camping, hiking, bird watching, and mountain climbing.