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School Type Private
Programs3 Courses
Scholarships 7 Programs
Tuition Fees PHP 68,000 to PHP 95,000per Semestral
Academic CalendarSemestral
Return on investment7 Years Return, 1M Savings in 12 Years
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Requirements

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Requirements


Freshmen
·         Entrance Examination
·         High School Report Card (Form 138)
·         Certificate of Good Moral Character
·         Authenticated Birth Certificate
·         2x2 ID Picture

Tuitions / Fees

PHP 68,000

PHP 95,000

Amenities

Computer Lab
Canteen
Av Rooms
Library

School Overview

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Asian Institute of Maritime Studies (AIMS) is a non-stock educational institute which offers relevant, excellent, accessible learning environment in corporate and maritime education, and training services. Founded in 1993 by Capt. Wilijado P. Abuid and his colleagues, AIMS envisions to be the home of maritime knowledge exchange: the provider, investment, and employer of choice. It is located at Roxas Blvd cor. A. Arnaiz Ave., and A. Arnaiz Ave. cor. F.B. Harrison st., Pasay City.
AIMS offers Bachelor of Science (BS) in Marine Transportation (BSMT), BS in Marine Engineering (BSME), and BS in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (BSNAME)  in the College of Maritime Education and Training. BSMT is a 4-year course which trains a student to become a competent officer-in-charge or a manager of Navigational watch. BSME is designed to train a student to become a competent officer-in-charge or a manager in Engineering watch. BSNAME is a 5-year course which covers the design, construction, maintenance of ships, boats, and related equipment.
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  • AIMS, CMET Bldg., A. Arnaiz Avenue cor. F.B. Harrison Street, Pasay City

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Ugland D. Rengel

Asian Institute of Maritime Studies

BS in Marine Transportation - Batch 2012

Why did I choose this school?

During my school day I can say that I've learned a lot of new things from my professors especially i...

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My current job

A sailor, but with the safety equipment maintenance added. To be exact imagine a man driving a motor...

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About the School

Our school also has state of the art facilities including ships bridge and engine simulator, laborat...

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How long did it take to find a job?

Two months.

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Jack Norris Medina

Asian Institute of Maritime Studies

Bachelor of Science Marine Transportation - Batch 2005

Why did I choose this school?

The course BS Marine Transportation is dedicated in providing an in depth and thorough study in the ...

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My current job

Senior Analyst for an American HR, payroll, benefits and taxation solution center. I did not pursue ...

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About the School

With no prejudice involved, the atmosphere in the school is a combination of both positive and a neg...

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How long did it take to find a job?

The profession that I’m in doesn’t take me that long in getting a job. But my colleagues (who also t...

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Tennison Ison Tenorio

Asian Institute of Maritime Studies

Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation - Batch 2010

Why did I choose this school?

The course is challenging in the sense you need to solve some mathematical problems and need to memo...

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My current job

Call center agent

About the School

The professors are very professional. They are very fit for the courses as they are a graduate of th...

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How long did it take to find a job?

After 3 months

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