regarding aim manilla


arghya05
How good a institute is AIM manilla?.I heard that it is not that good a institute as it used to be in 1990.How good a brand it AIM compared to CEBS,NUS,NTU,HKSTU.I heard it is difficult to get job in phlipines and in singapore how much AIM is recognized.In every ranking after 2009 AIM is not featured.Anybody has any idea of brand image of AIM as of 2012
How good a institute is AIM manilla?.I heard that it is not that good a institute as it used to be in 1990.How good a brand it AIM compared to CEBS,NUS,NTU,HKSTU.I heard it is difficult to get job in phlipines and in singapore how much AIM is recognized.In every ranking after 2009 AIM is not featured.Anybody has any idea of brand image of AIM as of 2012
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jeremy
Hi everyone,

I would like to get your thoughts about the MBA program of AIM Manila. I'm from the Philippines and no plans of working abroad. I'm not sure if AIM MBA is worth the investment. The reason is because in Manila, rarely you can find companies requiring MBA graduates. If there is, local university graduate degrees are acceptable. In fact, I'm working in one of the largest global investment bank and our country executives do not even hold graduate degrees. Also, considering the salary in Manila, paying the cost of the MBA fee is a gamble. I've checked also the profile of their faculty members and many are graduates of our local universities which makes it nothing different. If this is the case and I pursue an AIM MBA, what else value could I get? The thing that entices me however is its brand status locally. Thanks.
Hi everyone,

I would like to get your thoughts about the MBA program of AIM Manila. I'm from the Philippines and no plans of working abroad. I'm not sure if AIM MBA is worth the investment. The reason is because in Manila, rarely you can find companies requiring MBA graduates. If there is, local university graduate degrees are acceptable. In fact, I'm working in one of the largest global investment bank and our country executives do not even hold graduate degrees. Also, considering the salary in Manila, paying the cost of the MBA fee is a gamble. I've checked also the profile of their faculty members and many are graduates of our local universities which makes it nothing different. If this is the case and I pursue an AIM MBA, what else value could I get? The thing that entices me however is its brand status locally. Thanks.
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mba hipste...
In terms of brand status, it's a great school, one with a great alumni network across many industries in the country. Internationally, it doesn't have the same prestige as the other schools the original poster mentioned, but if you aren't planning on leaving this doesn't matter.

In terms of whether it's worth the investment, you'll have to do some research to figure this out for yourself. The school places well in international firms operating in the Philippines - such as Accenture and Microsoft. Industry-wise, it does well overall in finance and management consulting - which makes sense because these industries are typical destinations for many MBA grads.

If I were you I would look at the firms / industries you want to work in and see if managers in those sectors have MBAs, and if so, where they did their degrees.
In terms of brand status, it's a great school, one with a great alumni network across many industries in the country. Internationally, it doesn't have the same prestige as the other schools the original poster mentioned, but if you aren't planning on leaving this doesn't matter.

In terms of whether it's worth the investment, you'll have to do some research to figure this out for yourself. The school places well in international firms operating in the Philippines - such as Accenture and Microsoft. Industry-wise, it does well overall in finance and management consulting - which makes sense because these industries are typical destinations for many MBA grads.

If I were you I would look at the firms / industries you want to work in and see if managers in those sectors have MBAs, and if so, where they did their degrees.
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jeremy
In terms of brand status, it's a great school, one with a great alumni network across many industries in the country. Internationally, it doesn't have the same prestige as the other schools the original poster mentioned, but if you aren't planning on leaving this doesn't matter.

In terms of whether it's worth the investment, you'll have to do some research to figure this out for yourself. The school places well in international firms operating in the Philippines - such as Accenture and Microsoft. Industry-wise, it does well overall in finance and management consulting - which makes sense because these industries are typical destinations for many MBA grads.

If I were you I would look at the firms / industries you want to work in and see if managers in those sectors have MBAs, and if so, where they did their degrees.


Thanks for this.
[quote]In terms of brand status, it's a great school, one with a great alumni network across many industries in the country. Internationally, it doesn't have the same prestige as the other schools the original poster mentioned, but if you aren't planning on leaving this doesn't matter.

In terms of whether it's worth the investment, you'll have to do some research to figure this out for yourself. The school places well in international firms operating in the Philippines - such as Accenture and Microsoft. Industry-wise, it does well overall in finance and management consulting - which makes sense because these industries are typical destinations for many MBA grads.

If I were you I would look at the firms / industries you want to work in and see if managers in those sectors have MBAs, and if so, where they did their degrees. [/quote]

Thanks for this.
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