ABOUT AMA EDUCATION SYSTEM
The first computer school in the Philippines
AMAES traces its roots to 1980 when Dr.Amable R.Aguiluz V founded the Amable M. Aguiluz Institute of Computer Studies (AMAICS), the first computer school in the Philippines with the vision of providing hi-tech quality yet affordable education for the youth. From a provider of short term courses,AMAICS began offering Bachelor of Science Programs geared towards Information and Communications Technology and became the Philippine’s first institution of learning to offer a comprehensive curriculum for the country’s future computer scientists.
Diverse programs. Diverse schools
Since then AMAICS has grown to become AMA Education System (AMAES), a group of learming institutions that offers diverse academic programs, AMAES schools include AMA University and Colleges. ACLC, ACLC College, ABE International Business College, SaintAugustine School of Nursing, AMA School of Medicine, AMA Basic Educa-tion and Delta Air International Aviation Academy. In 1999, AMA Computer College was given the prestigious ISO 9001 Certification, a testimony to its world class brand of education. In 2001, its Quezon City campus was granted the university status by the Commission on Higher Education of the Republic of the Philippines.
AMAES now worldwide
Today, AMAES has gained strong ground in other parts of the globe, Aside from its many campuses in the Philippines, AMA established international branches in Asia and the USA. Through the years, it has developed academic and industry partnerships with local and global companies to equip AMA students with industry certifications, knowledge and skills that allow them to work anywhere in the world
In September 2002, AMA International University-Bahrain (AMAIUB) was established under the patronage of the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, HH Shaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa. AMAES now boasts of over 200 campuses in the Philippines and worldwide to include countries like Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Nigeria and the Sultanate of Oman