The 18-month program fee for the July 2024 intake is USD 20,500. A registration fee of USD 1,000 will be asked of the student upon acceptance of the admission offer to reserve a slot/seat in the class. This fee is non-refundable and will be deducted from the total program fee. See the schedule of fees here.


Alumni Discount

  • Family members of the AIM degree program alumni up to the 1st degree of consanguinity (parent or child) and affinity (spouse) will be entitled to a 20% discount on the total program fee.
  • Alumni of the School of Executive Education and Lifelong Learning (SEELL) – formerly School of Executive Education – programs will be entitled to a 10% discount on the total program fee. 


Institutional Loan Programs for Filipinos (Applicable to Program Fee Only)

AIM has also devised two (2) loan programs to help students focus on what matters most – their education. These loan programs have limited slots and priority will be given to qualified early applicants.

Applicants must first be accepted into the program before they can avail of the loan program. No collateral is required to apply for any of these loans.

AIM Study Loan Program

  • Repayment Tenure – 3 years or 5 years
  • Monthly Amortization – starts 3 months from the scheduled end-date of the program
  • Indicative Interest Rate of 6%
  • The maximum loan amount depends on the salary pre-EMDRCM


Study Now, Pay Later : 0% Loan Program

  • Repayment Tenure – 3 years or 5 years
  • Monthly Amortization – starts 6 months from the scheduled end-date of the program
  • The maximum loan amount depends on the salary pre-MDM
  • Limited slots only (earlier applications will be prioritized)


Sustainable Leadership Learning for Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction (SLL-CDRR) Scholarship Program

The SLL-CDRR Scholarship Program, a collaboration between the Climate Change Commission (CCC), Senator Loren Legarda, and the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), offers full scholarships for AIM’s Executive Master in Disaster Risk and Crisis Management (EMDRCM) program, beginning June 2024. 

Designed to cultivate leaders in disaster risk reduction and climate resilience, the program prioritizes candidates with expertise in relevant fields. It underscores the importance of collective action in addressing climate challenges and aligns with AIM’s mission of empowering future leaders for sustainable development. 

Eligible for leaders and officials in:

  • National Government Agencies (NGAs) mandated with climate change and/or disaster resilience

  • DRRM officers in Local Government Units (LGUs)

  • Women leaders for CCA

  • Leaders from Indigenous Groups 

  • Sustainability and Inclusion Initiatives 

The deadline of application is on 20 April 2024.




Grants-in-Aid are awarded based on merit and the applicant’s financial need. The grants-in-aid can cover up to 25% tuition reduction.


  • Certificate of employment with salary information included
  • ITR/Payslips
  • Copy of Official Transcript of Records with Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Grant applications will only be processed once candidates are admitted to the program. AIM reserves the right not to award these scholarships if no suitable, outstanding candidates are identified.


Please refer to this document for information on our payment options.