The School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning is the executive development arm of AIM. With it, we provide leading-edge, differentiated, and results-oriented executive education programs. These programs build managerial and leadership capabilities, and enable participants to become lifelong learners in their organizations and communities.
By the very nature of its functions, the School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning maintains ties with the corporate world. Living up to its desire to fulfill the vision of developing Asian leaders and to be recognized as the leading Asian center for excellent education and lifelong learning, the School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning continues to widen its reach within the region through its various world-class programs and keen sensitivity to the needs of the corporate world.
AIM executive education first launched its general management programs in the 1970s and these signaled the birth of a host of other programs categorized as Degree Programs, Open Enrollment Programs, and Customized Programs.
To be recognized as the leading Asian center for excellent executive education and lifelong learning.
To provide leading-edge, differentiated, and results-oriented executive education programs that build managerial and leadership capabilities and enable participants in such programs to become lifelong learners in their organizations and communities.
- To establish a strong presence in chosen strategic markets
- To delight customers with world-class quality programs on a sustained and continuing basis
- To become a preferred partner of corporate universities
- To become a center for innovation in teaching and learning methodologies in executive education and lifelong learning
Open Enrollment Programs
Designed for both individuals and members of management teams, our Open Enrollment programs are short courses specifically designed for management and executive development and are offered on a regular basis.
Our customized training programs are offered to organizations of any industry, sector, and size. Assessment of needs may be done through a technical needs analysis with the company’s top management, training group or even with the prospective program participants themselves.