Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The AIM Business School, Australia

The AIM Business School

The Australian Institute of Management Business School, a Higher Education Provider accredited under the Australian Government, is committed to developing exceptional managers and leaders who enrich the world while offering a flexible, practical, accessible and valuable postgraduate education study experience for the working professional. Their practical approach goes beyond the theory to help students apply effective management strategies to everyday business experiences, so students can confidently go on to inspire others to levels of greatness beyond what they imagined.

Program Features

The MBA program 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. Students will study with like-minded professionals, managers and leaders across a range of sectors in a practical and applied education environment.

  • Study via interactive learning management system with live lectures delivered by Australian Facilitators
  • Flexible, Practical and Accessible
  • Australian Government accredited qualification
  • Multiple Entry Levels
  • Non-undergraduate Degree Holders are welcome to apply
  • Exemption up to 50% of the Program
  • No Exam, Coursework only. Competency assessed via assignments
  • Course Fee: $68,650 - $119,050 (depending upon exemption granted)

Program Structure

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

9 Core Units

  • Leading, Managing & Developing People1
  • Managing Financial Resources1
  • Marketing for Managers1
  • Managing Operational Improvement1
  • Managing, Developing & Implementing Strategy1
  • Economics for Managers1
  • Business Research Methods1
  • Business Decision Making & Analysis1
  • Corporate Strategy & Responsibility

PLUS 3 elective units2

  • Human Resource Management3
  • Managing a Project Based Organisation
  • Entrepreneurship4
  • Managing Consultancy Practice
  • International Business
  • Business Project (10,000 words)5
  • Strategic Organisational Change3
  • Leading for Innovation & Sustainability
  • Workplace Project (9,000 words)5

1 These units make up the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma
2 Not all electives are offered each year
3 Pre-requisite: Leading, Managing and Developing People
4 Pre-requisites: Managing Financial Resources, Managing Operational Improvement and Marketing for Managers
5 Pre-requisite: Business Research Methods

Program Delivery

  • Study via interactive learning management system with live lectures delivered by Australian Facilitators
  • 12 units normally to be completed in 18 months
  • 11 weeks per unit
  • Up to 20 hours of webinars per unit, plus supplementary materials and tutorial support as appropriate, alongside self-directed learning


Quarterly intake in January, April, July and October

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Students who can provide evidence of previous study at a graduate level (or demonstrate equivalent professional experience) may, on application, be provided with a credit 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. A completed application form (to be obtained via HKMA) should be submitted together with evidence, such as CV, self-assessment report, testamur, referee report(s), transcripts of academic records and unit/course outline(s), to AIM via HKMA at least 3 weeks before the application deadline. Depending on the demand, HKMA may provide advice and support for applicants on their RPL applications.

Recognition of Qualifications

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

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For course details:
Rosalind Wong: 2774 8541
Fion Sze: 2774 8504
Fax: 2365 1000

It  is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.


HK$ 118,800  (HK$9,900 per unit), to be payable by 6 instalments
Application fee for new applicants: HK$250 (non-refundable)
Fee for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): HK$1,500 (per unit)

Entry Requirements

English Language Proficiency

  • Completion of a recognised tertiary qualification which was taught in English; or
  • IELTS (Academic): Score of 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or
  • TOEFL (Internet-based): Overall score of 88 with a writing score of 20; or
  • Any equivalent qualifications, including the AIM ABS English Language Proficiency Test

Note: exam results are valid for 2 years and your results must be valid at the commencement of your program.


For course details:
Rosalind Wong: 2774 8541
Fion Sze: 2774 8504
Fax: 2365 1000