On average, an AIM MBA student would have read 800 cases while attending the 16-month AIM MBA program. AIM is one of four graduate business schools in the world that uses the case-study approach, aside from Harvard Business School, University of Virginia – Darden Business School, and Richard Ivey School of Business.
In recent years, there has been a growing need to continually develop and publish new studies to keep up with the trends in recent years. Recent movements and new practices in many industries call for effective and innovative methods to teach these concepts in the case rooms. AIM recognizes that visual learning is another effective way to introduce concepts and ideas in the case rooms.
The multimedia case recently to enhance the case study is one such innovation in the case room. Students can now access a special portal where information and references about a certain case study are all available for students’ use.
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