AIM offers scholarship to students taking Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master in Development Management (MDM) programs. The financial assistance is open to Asia’s vibrant pool of aspiring graduates. The institute provides full and partial scholarships to exceptionally qualified students.
These students are chosen for their potential to enrich discussions in case rooms, encourage wider worldviews among the student body, and for their ability to contribute to their own organizations and communities upon graduation.
Scholarships are awarded as part of the admissions process. Some scholarship categories may require additional information to be submitted.
Please review the information about each scholarship for additional requirements or details. AIM reserves the right not to award these scholarships if no suitable, outstanding candidates are identified.
Some of the scholarship programs they offer are AIM Excellence Scolarships (full scholarship with dormitory accommodations), Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program (full scholarship with dormitory plus living expenses), and the AIM-GT Foundation Scholarships (full scholarship with dormitory plus stipend & one round trip airfare).
- Excellent academic records
- Strong professional achievements and career trajectory
- Excellent written and oral English skills
- Exceptional people skills
- Great leadership potential
- Minimum 2 years of post-undergraduate professional experience
- Online application
- Curriculum Vitae
- GMAT or GRE official score report
- Transcript of academic records and diploma
- Professional recommendation, if self-employed please submit a Certificate of Business Registration in lieu of a professional recommendation
- ID page of passport
- Application essay
Simply fill out the form to begin or return to an ongoing application here, https://aim.edu/admissions/application-form
How to apply?
Select a date for your AIM Admission Test (AIMAT).
Pay the AIMAT fee of PHP 5,000 or USD 100.
You may disregard such payment if you have an official GMAT or GRE score report.
If you qualify after the preliminary screening, you will be advised of your interview schedule.
Note: If any of the required documents is in a language other than English, please have the document translated into English at the Philippine Embassy or Consulate nearest you.
The Recruitment and Admissions Office will notify you of your application status.
Should you need further information about the MBA application process, send an e-mail to
W. SyCip Graduate School of Business
Telephone: 02 892 4011 ext 1805
Students come to AIM because of the Institute’s 40-plus years of experience in imparting and enhancing knowledge and skills to develop sensitivity to the diverse cultures and belief systems, business structures, governance, and regulatory environments in the region.
They have established ourselves as the source of premier human resource development for the private and public sectors in emerging markets, especially Asia.
Their programs are designed for practical application in the real world. To advance this objective, we use the case method as a primary mode of teaching and learning.
Under this method, which was adapted from the Harvard Business School’s own system, students analyze actual business scenarios to hone their analytical, decision-making, and communication skills. Their approach attuned to Asian management and responsive to peculiar Asian issues, while enhanced by a global perspective.
The method also encourages lively discussions between classmates, resulting in a robust and dynamic learning environment. Their programs are designed for Asian needs.
Submit your application to
Asian Institute of Management
123 Paseo de Roxas, Legazpi Village
Makati 1229, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone 02 892 4011 to 23