The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) was established in 1968 in partnership with Harvard Business School, The Ford Foundation, and the Asian academic and business communities. AIM is the pioneer of management education in Asia.AIM is the only Filipino school, the first of four Southeast Asian schools with Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation. The AACSB has 600 institutional members, including Wharton, EDHEC School of Management, to which top MBA students are sent through AIM's International Student Exchange Program, and most of the top 40 business schools in the US and the world.
AIM is one of four schools in the world that use the case method exclusively, the others being Harvard University, Richard Ivey and Darden University. Since 2001, AIM has consistently ranked among the Top 100 business schools in the New York-based Aspen Institute's Beyond Grey Pinstripes, for integrating social, environmental, and ethical issues into its MBA program. AIM has also received the Ramon Magsaysay Award, the Asian equivalent of the Nobel Prize, and has been awarded ISO 14001 Certification, for environmental management, a global first for a graduate school of management.
AIM has active partnerships with the World Bank, The Asian Development Bank (ADB), International Labor Organization (ILO), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Kiel Institute for the World Economy, to name a few.
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)