AIM holds Zambo City admission test PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 June 2012 14:18

The Asian Institute of Management (AIM), a pioneer in international management education in Asia, holds an actual admission test or AIMAT in Zamboanga City today, June 1, as it envisions to be “a source of 21st century Asian change agents” as well as produce managers with skills, knowledge and attitudes relevant to Asia’s emerging markets.

The actual AIMAT will be held at 9am at the Garden Orchid Hotel in Gov. Camins Avenue. An interview with AIM professors will follow.

Representatives from the AIM Wednesday morning called on Mayor Celso Lobregat in City Hall to inform the chief executive about the holding of the admission test in Zamboanga.

Mayor Lobregat, who is a graduate of AIM, expressed elation about this development and urged all interested to take advantage of the opportunity.

Yesterday, March 31, the AIM team composed of Abul Khayr Alonto II, Mark Daniel Chan, Edythe Bautista and Corazon Manalo held the “Inside MBA”, a half day walkthrough to help interested individuals take the most important step in their career. In the afternoon, an AIMAT review was held to gauge the aptitude for the demands of the MBA program.

“Join AIM faculty, alumni, and students to learn what an AIM MBA can do to rev up your career”, the AIM invitation states.

The AIM is a pioneer in international management education in Asia. It was established in 1968 with the Harvard Business School, academicians, and businessmen.

While AIM is based in the Philippines, its clientele are in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Greater Mekong area. AIM is the first school in Southeast Asia to achieve accreditation from the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) based on the world’s highest international standards. — Sheila Covarrubias