The Asian Institute of Management ranks 6th in Asia in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings

The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) through its School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning (SEELL) has made history as it has been recognized in the prestigious Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2024.

A longstanding leader in Asian management education, AIM has further solidified its international reputation with this recognition, confirming its position as a premier destination for world-class executive development programs.

Milestone for Executive Education

AIM has made a strong debut in the 2024 Financial Times Executive Education Ranking, securing impressive results in both Open and Custom program categories.

In the Open Enrollment ranking, which focuses on short, executive courses for organization leaders and entrepreneurs, AIM achieved 4th place in Growth based on the Business School Survey. It got an outstanding 6th rank in Asia, whilst globally, it claimed the 70th position.

For the Custom Executive Education ranking, which recognizes bespoke programs tailored for organizations, AIM clinched the 6th position in Asia and earned 89th place globally. AIM also received a high satisfaction score from participants. The inclusion of AIM in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings underscores its prominence among educational institutions globally.

The Financial Times evaluates business schools based on several criteria, including their curriculum structure, the effectiveness of their instructional approaches, the expertise of their academic staff, the opportunities they provide for professional development, and the overall satisfaction of their students with the program.

Looking Ahead

AIM remains committed to empowering leaders and fostering relevant and sustainable programs in management and leadership. With a strong foundation and forward-looking vision, AIM is set to Lead, Inspire, and Transform the future of business and society.