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We are committed to making the MBA program accessible to Asia’s vibrant pool of aspiring graduates. We do so by providing full and partial scholarships to exceptionally qualified students.

These students are chosen not only for their potential to enrich discussions in our case rooms and encourage wider worldviews among the student body, but for their ability to contribute to their own organizations and communities upon graduation.

FEES

The full-year MBA tuition fee for the September 2019 intake is USD28,500.

A reservation fee of USD3,000 will be asked of the student upon acceptance of the admission offer to reserve a slot/seat in the class. This fee is non-refundable and will be deducted from the total program fee.

See schedule of fees here.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Institutional Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded to applicants who demonstrate excellence in their admission test scores, academics, career, and other competencies. Scholarships are awarded to those who exhibit strong AIM values and ideals and can be champions of the brand as a student and future alum.

Requirements:

    • Letter of Intent
    • Certificate of employment with salary information included
    • ITR/Payslips
    • Official Transcript of Academic records with CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average)
    • Affidavit of family income (download template)

Scholarship applications will only be processed once candidates are admitted to the program. AIM reserves the right not to award these scholarships if no suitable, outstanding candidates are identified.

The Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Program

The Asian Development Bank (ADB), with funding from the government of Japan, established the ADB-JSP Scholarship Program to encourage and strengthen human resource development in 1988. It is one of the most important sources of financial assistance for graduate students in the Asia-Pacific region. AIM was one of the first ADB-designated institutions to receive scholarship funding for deserving students. Upon graduation, the scholars are expected to contribute to economic and social development in their home countries.

Criteria:

    • This scholarship is open to all nationals of ADB-borrower countries
    • Applicant should not have any prior master’s or doctoral degree(s)
    • Applicant should agree to return to his/her home country after completion of the AIM MBA degree

Requirements:

    • Duly Accomplished ADB-JSP Information Sheet (download here)
    • Copy of Undergraduate Diploma
    • Copy of Official Transcript of Records with Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
    • Certificate of Employment for the last 5 years issued by the company (preferably with company’s letterhead/logo), stating the start and end date of employment (e.g. Jan 2016 to Dec 2017 or Jan 2016 to the present)
    • Certificate of Income issued by the company (preferably with company’s letterhead/logo), can be any of the following:
      • Annual Income*
      • Monthly Income*
      • Latest Income Tax Return
    • Certificate of Family Income issued by the company (preferably with company’s letter head/logo):
      • Parents’ Annual/Monthly Income* if applicant is single
      • Spouse’s Annual/Monthly Income* if applicant is married
      • If status is unemployed, or parents/spouse may be retired or deceased, an authenticated supporting document must be submitted
    • Passport Copy of Applicant

*Note: if in local currency, fill out and submit the income conversion to USD form provided by ADB-JSP. (download here)

AIM will screen your application based on its own selection criteria, keeping in mind the ADB eligibility requirements and selection criteria. In turn, ADB will review the submissions from AIM and based on their selection criteria, will recommend awardees to the Executive Director for formal approval.

LOANS

Institutional Loan Programs for Filipinos (Applicable to Program Fee Only)

AIM has also devised two (2) loan programs to help students focus on what matters most – their education. These loan programs have limited slots and priority will be given to qualified early applicants.

Applicants must first be accepted into the program before they can avail of the loan program. No collateral is required to apply for any of these loans.

Institutional Loan Program

    • Repayment Tenure – 3 years or 5 years
    • Monthly Amortization – starts 3 months after the end of the program
    • Indicative Interest Rate of 10%
    • Maximum loan amount depends on the salary pre-MBA

0% Loan Program

    • Repayment Tenure – 3 years or 5 years
    • Monthly Amortization – starts 6 months after the end of the program
    • Maximum loan amount depends on the salary pre-MBA
    • Limited slots only

Key Dates

18 Mar 2019
ADB-JSP Scholarship Deadline
15 Apr 2019
1st round of Scholarship Deadline
30 May 2019
2nd round of Scholarship Deadline
30 Jun 2019
3rd round of Scholarship Deadline
31 Jul 2019
4th round of Scholarship Deadline
01 Aug 2019
Application Deadline for Indian Applicants
09 Aug 2019
Application Deadline for Other Foreign Applicants
09 Sep 2019
Application Deadline for Filipino Applicants