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For its consistent committed service through quality education, research and extension work, AMA University has been granted the Auton...


For its consistent committed service through quality education, research and extension work, AMA University has been granted the Autonomous Status from CHED last October 24, 2019. It is the highest recognition CHED can grant to a private higher education institution in consideration and acknowledgment of the institution's achievements, contribution to the society, adherence to quality assurance, and commitment to public responsibility and accountability as a higher education provider. 


This AMAzing achievement is accentuated by AMA's reputation as the first in IT education and full online education in the Philippines. As a pioneer in computer-related courses in the country, AMA is known for producing tech-savvy graduates that are highly knowledgeable and skilled in different computer applications and technologies that are used in the actual industry.



In addition, AMA is also ISO certified and accredited by different reputable organizations like ABET, PACUCOA, TESDA, CompTIA, Cisco, and Microsoft. With the Autonomous Status recognition from CHED, one of the most important benefits AMA University may enjoy is the freedom to develop and launch undergraduate and graduate programs within its areas of expertise whithout the need to secure permit or approval from CHED. 

Among the latest innovative programs launched by AMA were the BS Cybersecurity and AMA University Online Education (AMA OEd), which are both first of its kind in the Philippines. 

Visit www.ama.edu.ph to learn more about AMA University and Colleges today.

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image credit: Coach Mark Herrera The AMA University Junior Titans successfully hustled a 2-0 win over its opponent in the best of 3...

image credit: Coach Mark Herrera

The AMA University Junior Titans successfully hustled a 2-0 win over its opponent in the best of 3 finals of the UCSAA 2019. AMA Titans Head Coach, Mark Herrera, was also awarded as Coach of the Year for High School Division, while the Finals MVP Award was won by Earl Ceniza of AMA Junior Titans. Below is the line-up of AMA's winning team:

Allen Rodriguez
Eriz Romero
Daryl Durante
Cymond Santos
Joshua Seda
Joshua Villamor
JC Yambao
Rolly Temporosa, Jr.
JP Magpayo
Buboy Berdin
Zoey Orbeta
Angelo Cabaluna
Reymond Colina
Earl Ceniza
Reed Baclig
Christian Camay
 
The University and Colleges Athletic Association (UCSAA) was established in 2002 and is participated by different private colleges and universities in the Philippines. 

Have what it takes to win every kind of challenge in life when you study at AMA. Visit www.amaes.edu.ph for more info.
 
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The evidence of "school + passion" was rhythmically shown by the AMA Batangas Pep Squad as they win the 1st runner-up award ...


The evidence of "school + passion" was rhythmically shown by the AMA Batangas Pep Squad as they win the 1st runner-up award in the recently held Milo Marathon Cheerdance Competition 2019 in Batangas. Guided by their coach, the squad showed the audience and judges a marvelous performance that they will surely remember.

AMA Batangas Pep Squad is composed of senior high school students who are passionate about dancing and performing arts. Fortunately, classes are only 3 days a week in all AMA Education System member schools, which allows students to have time for other activities. Having a manageable schedule provides opportunities for students to hone their skills and talents and have school-life balance. Moreover, it helps make them become more productive individuals inside and outside the school.

Experience school-life balance when you study at any of our member schools. Visit www.amaes.edu.ph for more info.


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Top-notch performance was displayed by delegates of AMA College Angeles during the recently held International Research Conference in I...


Top-notch performance was displayed by delegates of AMA College Angeles during the recently held International Research Conference in IT Education (IRCITE) 2019 in Clark, Pampanga. They ruled the competition by winning several championships and other top awards in different categories, which served as confirmation of AMA's reputation when it comes to IT and computing.

Awards won by AMA Angeles are as follows:

Champion: IT Marketing
Team Members: Anthony Vergara, Kevin Pangan and Sean De Luna

Champion: Motion Graphics
Team Members: Joseph Pinlac and Shaine Anne Bauyon


2nd Place: Thor Version 2.0 Cosplay
William Almariego

Champion: Content Writing
Mark Lester Ramos


Champion: Quiz Bee

Team Members: Leslie Coronel and Renz Bamba



You too can be a certified winner when you study at AMA! Visit any AMA campus nearest you to inquire or go to www.ama.edu.ph for more info.

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Philippines is known as one of the sources of top talents in the IT field. Our competence in technology paired with our good knowledge ...


Philippines is known as one of the sources of top talents in the IT field. Our competence in technology paired with our good knowledge of the English language, makes us highly capable to compete in the global job market. During the Southeast Asia Developer Student Club Summit 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, BSIT student from AMA College Caloocan, Justin Louise Neypes, was chosen to be one of the delegates who will represent the Philippines for the said event. 

Developer Student Club (DSC) is organized by Google. It conducts activities that are targeted towards students who want to learn development skills. As part of the learning experience for students, they can work with local stakeholders that may include local businesses, NGOs or other organizations. DSC focuses on teaching and learning for creating projects with great impact. Students get access to exclusive course content from Google Team on Android, Cloud and Machine Learning. In collaboration with student expert team, they train the students with keen interest and commitment towards building useful projects.

Be a globally competent IT professional! Inquire now at any AMA campus nearest you or visit www.ama.edu.ph for more info.

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image credit: Goryukaku [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)] ALS passers in 2019 and previous years may e...

image credit: Goryukaku [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)]
ALS passers in 2019 and previous years may enroll directly to college in public and private universities and colleges according to CHED Memorandun Order (CMO) No. 10 issued on 11 June 2018, entitled Policy on Alternative Learning System Completers and Passers of the A&E Test in Relation to the Implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program in support of the Department of Education’s Order No. 27 (DO 27) issued on 08 June 2018 in relation to the ALS.

As part of the requirements for admission of ALS passers, they must
present their Certification based on the Certificate of Rating with at least 60% passing score issued by the Department of Education (DepEd). The Certification should be authenticated with signature of the schools division superintendent (SDS) and the seal of the schools division office.

In compliance to the said order, AMA Education System (AMAES) accepts ALS passers in all its campuses and member schools. In addition, with the implementation of blended learning for all its programs, students can have more time for other activities as classes are only 3 days a week. To learn more about blended learning or to inquire about admissions, visit any AMAES member school nearest you or pre-register at www.amaes.edu.ph and our Admission Officer will contact you to provide more info and answer your questions.