AMAES Balik Eskwela Program

AMAES Balik Eskwela Program

PANGARAP MO BA ANG MAS MAGANDANG CAREER?

Dapat siguro ay magbalik college na!

DO YOU REALLY HAVE TO?

 

According to a memo released by CHED, the following must enroll in college until SY 2017-2018 in order to skip Senior High School:
 
• ALS passers and those who graduated from high school before 2016
• College undergrads
• Those who only finished vocational course or associate degree
 
By school year 2018-2019, everyone who wishes to go to college will be required to go through senior high school first (Grades 11 and 12).

 

THE GOOD NEWS!
Fortunately, there are institutions that accept college enrollees this SY 2017-2018. That means, you still have the chance to enroll for your desired college course and skip senior high school. Below is the list of our member schools that will accept college enrollees for SY 2017-2018:
 
• AMA University and Colleges
• ABE International Business College
• ACLC College
• St. Augustine School of Nursing
• Southern Luzon College - Cavite
• Sta. Veronica College - La Union
 
Admission Requirements
 
FRESHMEN (NEW ENROLLEES)
1. Accomplished Application Form
2. High School Report Card (Form 138)
3. High School Transcript (Form 137a)
Note: This should be a school to school transaction to ensure its authenticity
4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
5. 2x2 picture (for 201 file)
6. 1x1 picture (for ID)
 
TRANSFEREES
1. Accomplished Application Form
2. Honorable Dismissal/ Transfer Credentials
3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
4. Temporary Transcript/ Certificate of Grades for evaluation purposes
5. Official Transcript of Records to be sent by the previous school with a notation: COPY FOR: AMA University, Proj. 8, QC
6. Subject description taken from the previous school
7. 2x2 picture (for 201 file)
8. 1x1 picture (for ID)
 
So go ahead and pursue the college degree of your choice! Remember, this is your last chance to go straight to college and skip senior high school.
 
#NagaralGinalinganNagsucceed

AMA Education System partners with Kalibrr to provide employment assistance to alumni and students.

AMA Education System partners with Kalibrr to provide employment assistance to alumni and students.

In photo from left to right: Kalibrr Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Paul Rivera, AMAES Chief Academic Officer Dr. Emelin M. Magada, Kalibrr Linkages Manager Daniel Ayaga and an AMAES Alumni, Placement and Linkages Manager Allen Gabasa.
In line with the company’s adherence to produce professionals and leaders, AMA Education System (AMAES) inks partnership with Kalibrr Ventures, Inc., to improve students’ skills and help them find right jobs after they graduate.

Through Kalibrr’s cloud-based employment-matching platform, college students will be able to take various skills assessments based on what current industry employer are looking for and matches them to the right jobs. The partnership will provide personalized career development programs for students to acquire skill competencies for a specific job or careers through AMA Nanodegree programs.

Kalibrr CEO, Paul Rivera, encourages AMAES students to take the assessment immediately to improve the school curriculum and to avoid unemployment.

The partnership will benefit students studying in the following AMA Education System member schools:

• AMA University

• AMA Computer College

• ABE International Business College             
               
• ACLC

 • ACLC College

• St. Augustine School of Nursing

• Southern Luzon College – Cavite

• Sta. Veronica College – La Union

WATCH: Coco Martin TVC for AMA Senior High

WATCH: Coco Martin TVC for AMA Senior High

Yes, Kapamilya Star and main character of FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, Coco Martin is the new celebrity endorser of AMA Education System (AMAES).
 
AMAES signed Coco recently after the institution saw the effect the actor has on younger generations and even on adults. His current TV series, where he plays the role of a good law enforcer, sets a good example to viewers on the proper conduct and attitude of a law abiding citizen. Moreover, the character that Coco plays in the TV series is similar to how he is in real life. Indeed, he is a good example for the audience and displays courtesy, respect, courage and kindness even in real life.