With over 75 years in the education game, the Australian Institute of Management has revamped their AIM MBA+ program for the modern day leader.

The New AIM MBA+

More than just a name change, the MBA+ from AIM is redesigned for managers and leaders. The Australian Institute of Management has already made a name for itself as a leader in developing new leaders through a range of short courses, diplomas and corporate training. Now, AIM has further cemented themselves in the Postgraduate sphere, with increased flexibility, a 5-year AIM Gold Card and a reduction in tuition fees.

Contextualised Study

Focus your MBA in Human Resource Management, Change Management, Consultancy or Entrepreneurship.

Study Modes

Designed for the working professionals, AIM offers a number of study modes including on-campus, weekday evenings, online or a blend.

AIM MBA+ Gold Card?

aim mba+ gold card

All new MBA students gain 5-year access to a number of additional benefits.

AIM Coaches: Gain access to consultations with your advisers, offering personalised services to make the most of your study.

Short Courses: AIM offers a number of online and on-campus short courses to ensure you maintain your personal growth.

Lounge Access: Access to  AIM lounges located across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra Business Districts.

5 Key Features Of AIMs MBA+

  1. Entry based on a degree and/or your management experience. This enables those with significant management experience alternate entry into the MBA.
  2. Assessments are practical, rather than exam based.
  3. AIM recognises prior learning, both academic and business experience.
  4. Monthly intakes enable more flexibility than many of the other Business Schools in Australia.
  5. Tuition has reduced by almost $10,0000, down to $32,400 in 2018.

If you needed any more reasons to consider AIM for your Master of Business Administration, you have them.

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