About AIM


The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) is the Asian pioneer in management education. Since it was founded in 1968 by the Harvard Business School and academics as well as prominent business leaders of the Philippines, AIM has been committed to contributing to sustaining the growth of Asian businesses and societies through developing professional, entrepreneurial, and socially responsible managers and leaders.
AIM’s 41,000-strong alumni, who have profited from its proven strength in practitioner-based education offered through Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business and its unique development management education provided by Zuellig School of Development Management, all under one roof, are well recognized for their ability to navigate complex and dynamic spaces, and occupy key positions in business, state and development corporations all over the world.
AIM’s education and training meet the global accreditation standards of the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AIM offers five degree programs: Master in Business Administration (both full time and executive), Master of Science in Innovation and Business, Master in Entrepreneurship, and Master in Development Management. The Institute is also highly recognized for open enrollment and custom executive programs for business as well as 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.