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Time to Master your Future - HKMA Join Hands with AIM Business School Launching its MBA Programme


Have you ever considered enrolling in an MBA programme, but wondering, "how can I possibly balance home, work and postgraduate study at the same time?", or have you ever thought of advancing your business career, but worrying you have no formal tertiary qualifications? No matter which question you got in your mind now, the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Business School MBA Programme would be a right choice for you!

Create Standout Leaders from Ambitious Managers

AIM Business School together with The Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) are launching the Master of Business Administration Programme (MBA), which is designed to create standout leaders from ambitious managers. It will equip you with the theory, framework and skills to tackle challenges you might face in the complex business environment - be transformed and ready for your future.

The MBA programme is innovative and practical, covering all significant aspects of business operations, from traditional areas of finance, HR and marketing to prevailing concepts of innovation, sustainability, and ethics. You will study with likeminded professionals, managers and leaders across a range of sectors in a practical and applied education environment.

Flexible, Practical and Accessible

The AIM Business School MBA Pathway is accessible, flexible and practical, delivering a broad and extensive understanding of business and management theory and practice.

Listed below are some of the main features of the programme:

  • It goes online so that it could blend into even the busiest of schedules. You could study via interactive learning management system with live lectures delivered by Australian Facilitators.
  • You can start with as little as five years relevant management experience.
  • It allows you to build at your own pace towards a postgraduate qualification - Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or MBA - with flexibility built in at every stage.
  • Practical course design focusing on real-world case studies, so that you could apply what you learn right away for instant value.
  • All assessments are theory and work-based with a practical focus, with no exams.

Programme Structure

The MBA program consists of 9 core management units plus 3 elective units chosen from the list below:

9 Core Unit

  • Leading, Managing & Developing People
  • Managing Financial Resources
  • Marketing for Managers
  • Managing Operational Improvement
  • Managing, Developing & Implementing Strategy
  • Economics for Managers
  • Business Research Methods
  • Business Decision Making and Analysis
  • Corporate Strategy and Responsibility

PLUS 3 Elective Units

  • Human Resource Management
  • Managing a Project Based Organisation
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Managing Consultancy Practicet
  • International Business
  • Business Project (10,000 words)
  • Strategic Organisational Change
  • Leading for Innovation & Sustainability
  • Workplace Project (9,000 words)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Students who can provide evidence of previous study at a graduate level (or demonstrate equivalent professional proficiency) may, on application, be provided with a credit of up to 50% of the qualification (i.e. credits of up to 6 out of total 12 units). All applications for exemption will be assessed on an individual basis.

Recognition of Qualifications

The programme is acceptable as an Australian qualification attained for the purpose of skilled immigration to Australia. The AIM is the approved professional assessing authority by the Australian Government for persons seeking to apply for Skilled Migration as Senior Managers, within the Australian and New Zealand Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) codes.

Intakes: Quarterly intake in January, April, July and October
Start of Programme: 10 April 2017
Application Deadline: 20 March 2017
Enquiry: 2774 8536 (Ms Chow)
Free Information Seminar
Date: Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Venue: 3/F, Tower 2
South Seas Centre
75 Mody Road
Tsim Sha Tsui

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Issued by The Hong Kong Management Association on 28 February 2017.

For press enquiries, please contact:
Ms Sunnie Ma, Senior Manager
Tel: 2774 8579 /

Ms Krystal Yeung, Executive Officer
Tel: 2774 8547 /