Microsoft Philippines goes to AIM to present MACH program.
AIM paves the way for enhanced student diversity and quality of experience, changes set to improve career placement of graduates
Team High AIMers, composed of MBA students Anirban Chowdhury, Bryan Kenneth Tsang, and Madhuranath Ramachandra recently finished second runner-up in the National University of Singapore (NUS) Cerebration Business Case Competition, which is one of the biggest MBA case contests and which drew 724 teams from around the world.
MBA students Manish Anand, Prachi Maheshwari, and Sahil Shah were recently declared winners of the 3rd PPM School of Management Regional Business Case Competition in Jakarta. They bested 56 other groups in the elimination round and 11 others in the finals.
Siddharth Wadehra (MBA 2012) was recently proclaimed one of the winners of the 3rd Drucker Challenge Essay Contest.
The Asian Institute of Management – Graduate School of Business (GSB) congratulates the MBA 2012 students who are included in the Dean’s List for the second term.
The Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business (WSGSB) hosted a two-day event at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam last 29 and 30 June.
On July 5 & 6, 2012, the Career Management Services (CMS) office of the AIM W.SyCip Graduate School of Business will hold an on-campus placement event for its Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master in Management (MM) students.
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.