AMA Foundation Inc. (AMAFI) donates technology-enabled fire-fighting platform

In a simple ceremony held recently at the National Headquarters of the Bureau of Fire Protection, Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V (fourth from left), Chairman Emeritus of the AMA Computer Education System (AMAES) and Special Envoy of the President to the Gulf Cooperation Council signified AMAFI’s commitment in a Memorandum of Agreement with the Bureau of Fire Protection Chief, Director Leonard R. Banago, DSC (third from left), a donation for a technology-enabled fire-fighting platform and system development to consolidate data base and mapping to upgrade capacity for efficient management and operations, communications and monitoring in responding to fire incidents and other emergencies. The event was joined by officials from the Bureau of Fire Protection, AMA Foundation and AMA Computer Education System (from left to right) CSupt Jose S. Embang, Jr.-Deputy Chief for Operations, CSupt Leonides P. Perez- Deputy Chief of Administration, Ed Nuque, Head-AMA Foundation, Inc. and Edwin E. Santos- AMAES Vice President for Information Tenchology.

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IMPROVEMENT! AMA School of Medicine Inaugurates its new campus in Makati!

BY: DENVER MEDINA, 12/08/2017
FROM LEFT: Engr. Emelin Magada, AMAES Academic Affairs Head; Dr. Amable C. Aguiluz IX, AMAES CEO; Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V, AMAES Founder and Chairman; Mr. Darwin V. Dominguez, AMA College Makati and AMASOM Administrator; Dr. Eleus Hilgreja Fajardo, AMASOM Dean 

AMAES Founder, Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V and AMAES CEO, Dr. Amable C. Aguiluz IX, led the ribbon cutting ceremony for the inauguration and blessing of the new AMA School of Medicine (AMASOM) campus in Makati City earlier today.

AMASOM is a member of the AMA Education System (AMAES), which specializes in IT-based education. Though considerably new in the field, AMASOM carries the advantage of delivering quality education through use of technology, which is why it quickly became a popular choice by foreign students looking for a quality medical school with reasonable fees.

The new campus is located not too far away from AMA College Makati, where AMASOM was originally housed. This improvement aims to provide students better learning experience and campus life.


How to start a School Franchise Business with AMAES?

Have you always wanted to put up a school business but don't know how to start and what government policies and processes do you have to comply with? Putting up a school is indeed very challenging. Aside from needing qualified people for teaching and administrative works, you must also be in constant coordination with regulating institutions to ensure everything is going just fine.

Fortunately, you can choose to be a school franchise owner and be freed from having to go through all the hassles involved in putting up a school. In the Philippines, AMA Education System (AMAES) offers franchising opportunities for some its member schools, which offers programs for basic education (kinder to grade 10), senior high school, technical vocational courses and college degree courses.

By becoming an AMAES Franchisee, aside from getting a franchise right, you will get assistance in  processing permits and hiring the right people. You will also be provided with manuals or guides for campus operations and tasks related to managing your campus.

Here's how you could start a school franchise with AMAES: