My Executive MBA Journey: 10 things I learned in AIM

Written by: Jon Robert F. Emlano, EMBA 2020 “…If you can dream and not make dreams your master; If you can think and not make thoughts your aim… …If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing…

Stay focused when a community comes first

Every development program has the ultimate goal of community development in terms of well-being. Nowadays, it is challenging to mobilize the community for development programs. Though it’s human nature, we are too complacent for change. To be successful in achieving the ultimate goal, the essential requirements are to mobilize the people and to develop the…

Sustainable Finance and AIM

AIM is committed to educating future generations of globally responsible professionals, managers, and leaders.

Forming Life Long Connections

A Masters Degree is valuable for many reasons. Here at AIM, students gain and develop essential skills, expand their knowledge, and learn from exceptional faculty that enable them to grow rapidly in their chosen field after graduation. Even with the intense curriculum, sleepless nights, and endless parties, there’s one thing that we continue to treasure…