Admission in MBA
AIM conducts its own test, the AIM Admission Test (AIMAT). Because of this, GMAT is not a requirement. However, if you have taken and passed the GMAT within the last three (3) years, it will also be considered in lieu of the AIMAT. We require a minimum GMAT Score of 600.
The AIMAT fee is $20.00 or its equivalent in pesos. For Indian applicants, the India Representative Office charges Rs., 2,500 for its processing fee which is inclusive of the AIMAT fee.
For the MBA program, applicants are required to submit a letter of recommendation from a college or university professor and a similar letter from the current or former employer.
For the MM and MDM programs, applicants must submit a letter of recommendation from the current or former employer.
For the actual EMBA program, applicants must provide a letter of recommendation in the immediate supervisor along with a similar letter in the company’ s HUMAN RESOURCES head or any kind of senior management official.
The score within the qualifying exam is considered as well as other factors like job experience, transcript associated with records, and the actual panel interview through faculty members associated with AIM. For nearby applicants, interviews is going to be conducted at the head office. For abroad applicants, the faculty assigned to complete the marketing journey will conduct the actual interviews. Generally, for those who have two (two) below-average ratings, you will not really be interviewed any longer.
The AIM Admissions Panel conducts interviews with just about all applicants to help them measure the applicants' leadership, social, and communication abilities.
Scholarships for International Students
Scholarships and Financial Aid for Foreign Students