For anyone considering tertiary education, the simple question of “Should I do it?” is valid and important; as a significant commitment of effort, time, and money, it really should be a well-considered choice.
If you are currently asking yourself whether or not an MBA is right for you,
Each time a company hires new talent, they look for a mix of different skills and experiences. However, it’s no longer enough to just be a functional expert. To complement core competencies, there are a great number of soft skills that employers seek, many of which can be gained through an MBA
Studying an MBA while having a full-time job can appear daunting. But with the right tools, a bit of preparation and some self-discipline, there is absolutely no reason to worry. Tom Ryan, AIM Coach, shares some advice to guarantee success.
What can be the main
When thinking about a career, we often hear that the best way to achieve security is to specialise. Thus, we choose an industry or a profession, then dedicate ourselves to learning as much as we can in that specific field.
The niche that we carve out as a specialist creates many early
We have all heard the term patience is a virtue, but how patient are we expected to be when it comes to our career? There was a time when staying devoted to an organisation long enough meant you were all but guaranteed a promotion into senior leadership. However, times have changed, and there
Those three letters have a certain ring to them, don’t they? MBA. That’s because the Master of Business Administration, as it’s otherwise known, is one of the most highly regarded and comprehensive postgraduate programs available today. When we hear those three letters, we might picture jet-
Are you looking to future-proof your career through postgraduate study but you're unsure which program will provide the greatest immediate and long-term value? An MBA is one of the most highly-regarded and popular postgraduate
By AIM Education & Training
Some people remember the phrase "employer of choice" from the dot com boom of the early '90s. In many advanced nations it was a time of low employment, where companies couldn't find candidates, let alone find the talent at the right price
By Hamish Williams
So you’ve been in your current role for a while now, you like the company and you enjoy your role. The only problem is your salary has only marginally improved over the few years you’ve been there. Meanwhile, you’ve taken on more responsibility and