The Australian Institue of Management Business School (AIM) is a private education provider and is TEQSA accredited. AIMs Higher Education courses are designed for working professionals who want to study at their own pace.
AIM has a policy designed around Recognition of Prior Learning. This enables those with significant formal or non-formal training to apply to utilise their experience towards a qualification. An RPL application is examined through a short essay and can be applied up to 50% of a qualification (including the MBA).
AIM Business School has announced they are offering their MBA students a gold pass access to a range of short courses designed to increase soft skills.
Business School Overview
Accreditaitons and Associations:
- TEQSA approved
- Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)
AIM Education & Training has nearly 18,000 alumni on LinkedIn, however this is likely across a number of qualifications including their Certificates, Diplomas and Masters Degrees.
- 19% work in Operations
- 18% work in Business Development
- 16% work in Sales
- 11% work in Program and Project Management
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MBA Reviews was unable to find any scholarship information from AIM. It would be best to request more information from an advisor when applying for an MBA from AIM Business School.
Australian Institute of Management MBAs
Find out more about the AIM MBA.
MBA Campus Locations
MBA students have the option of studying in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane or online.
AIM MBA Reviews
If you are a student or know a graduate, please submit a review. Your experience is invaluable and helps others in determining where to study, which lecturers to study with and whether or not you achieved your study goals.
excellent delivery & value for money
I selected AIM for 3 reasons: (1) it had all the relevant units that I could learn from and use the knowledge at work (2) the cost of MBA was cheaper compared to other universities and (3) Availability of majority units online made it easy as well.
The lecturers had a lot of current industrial knowledge and were able to explain how certain theories and practical could be used in an organisation or worth exploring. The use of industry examples made the concept of certain units very easy to understand and the course structure was easy to follow and didn’t put much pressure as I was also working full time.
I enjoyed doing the assignments as they were more practical and aimed at how certain theories and concepts are used/could be used either at my organisation or any other organisation.
For any future students wanting to study MBA at AIM, my advise is that to be mentally prepared and be able to share your experiences during collaboration session and use your experiences to write the assignments, not forgetting that the lecturers are very understandable and easy to deal with. All the best.