We are delighted to welcome Prof. James Neelankavil back to AIM. Prof. Neelankavil will be teaching an elective at the AIM W. SyCip Graduate School of Business.
China expects to become an even stronger economic force by 2015. This is an opportunity for Filipino companies to explore the possibility of doing business in the growing Chinese markets.
It’s not every day that students get a chance to change the world, but a team from the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) has managed to come up with practicable solutions to address a key challenge faced by rural communities in Africa and elsewhere in the world.
AIM students Dianne Sison (left), Roel Jerry Juarez (3rd from left), Aesha Mae Pabillon (2nd from right), and Bryan Kenneth Tsang (right) are joined by AIM alumnus Bernard Agawin (2nd from left) as they develop solutions for the Hult Global Case Challenge. The team’s solutions not only addressed the challenge of providing laptops to more children, but also addressed climate change issues.
The Asian Institute of Management welcomes Prof. Song-Kyoo “Amang” Kim as a new core faculty member of the AIM – W. SyCip Graduate School of Business.
We are happy to announce that Prof. Noel M. Cortez has joined the core faculty of the AIM W. SyCip Graduate School of Business.
Justin Garrido, AIM MBA exchange student from Melbourne Business School, won 1st Prize in the Melbourne University Entrepreneurs Challenge (MUEC) 2012.
Microcap Advisors Consultant and AIM Alumnus (MBA 2007) Pranay Bhargava, investigates the status of microfinance in Rajasthan, the largest state of India.
Last April 9, 2012, Dr. Gunter Dufey, Professor Emeritus of Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, delivered a lecture on “The European Debt Crisis: Impact on Asia” at the Asian Institute of Management.
The AIM-W. SyCip Graduate School of Business (WSGSB) announced the students included in the Dean’s List for Term 1 of the Master in Business Administration (MBA) class of 2012. Present during the awarding of certificates of recognition were Dean Ricardo Lim and Associate Dean Horacio Borromeo.