The AMA Education System
AMA School of Medicine is part of the AMA Education System.
Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V, is the founder of the Group. He has been an Ambassador of the Philippines to the Gulf Countries. He named it after the initials of his father's name, Amable Mendoza Aguiluz V, Sr. The AMA Educational System include the following educational institutes.
AMA International University (Bahrain): A partnership between the Kingdom of Bahrain and AMA Education System serving AMA's programs in the Arab Region.
AMA University (Philippines): Founded in 1981 as AMA Computer College. The Quezon City campus became AMA University on August 20th 2002 after getting permission from CHED. The other campus's are called AMA Computer College.
ISO 9001-certified in 1999 by Société Générale de Surveillance International Certification Services. In 2003, AMA University inked a partnership for some programs with Carnegie Mellon University. In 1991 accreditation for AMA Computer College in the American League of Colleges and Universities (ALOCU), thus, making AMA the first Filipino and non-American school to do so. AMACC is an official member of the John F. Kennedy Educational Institute in Japan. AMACC is accredited by the National Computing Centre, United Kingdom.
AMA Computer College: Educational institutions across Philippines that offer the same programs as AMA University. The campuses in East Rizal, Makati, Las Piñas, Malolos, Biñan, Pasig, Fairview, Capiz, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Davao are among these.
AMA Computer Learning Center: Offering short Information Technology-related programs. These programs range from Certificate (3-month), Diploma (1 year) to Associate (2-years). It uses a semestral (5-month) academic calendar.
St. Augustine School of Nursing: Educational institutions across the Philippines offering short Medical-related programs like caregiver course.
ABE International Business College: educational institutions across the Philippines offering short business-related programs like e-Commerce Management.
AMA International Institute of Technology: Offering short technology-related programs like radio technician course. Located in EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City.
Norwegian Maritime Academy: Offers Maritime-related courses like Marine Engineering.
AMA School Of Medicine: Offers Medical-related courses like Nursing.
St. Augustine International (Satellite) School: Educational institutions across the Philippines that offer pre-school, elementary, and high school programs.
Delta Air International Aviation Academy: AMA Education System's new sister campus that offers flying courses.
Under Construction: The AMA Education Group is planning a campus named University Town, expected to be complete in celebration of its 35th anniversary. It is a 50-hectare property in Ara Vista Village in General Tria, Cavite, patterned on traditional Western Universities that spurred rapid development in the Host Township. The University Town will serve as another type of multi-use development, a primary institutional complex in a park-like setting. A network of open space and walkable distances from once destination to the other is laid out to encourage users to walk instead of using vehicles. This should be ready by 2016.
AMA School of Medicine: The School of Medicine is located in the Makati Campus of AMA Computer College and AMA School of Medicine.
The School of Medicine has been operational since 2008 when it was given permission by CHED to offer this program.
Located in MAKATI - the Central Business district of Metro Manila
It is 2.40 kilo-meters from the Embassy of India And 6.0 kilo -meters from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Makati is the most up-market areas of Metro Manila with several Embassies, Banks, Five Star Hotels and Malls located in Makati
AMA School of Medicine in housed in a modern building in Makati, Metro Manila. All the class rooms are air conditioned. Modern equipment and labs for teaching are present in campus.
The School of Medicine has tie ups with three hospitals for clerkship and practical.