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Franchising a School: AMA Computer Education System

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Interested in a franchise that does not involve perishables such as food? Franchising a school might be the one you are looking for! Check out AMA Education System.

Considering that there are millions of school kids each year and that many parents know the value of education, franchising a school is a good idea. The buildings and facilities would never go stale, and the business always has the potential for growth and expansion.

What is AMA Education System?

When Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V, known as the Father of Computer Education in the Philippines, opened AMA College, the school became so successful that he would soon open schools focusing on various fields of study. This led to the establishment of the AMA Education System managed by the AMA Group of Companies.

Photo credit: AMA Educational System

Schools under the AMA Education System are the following, operating both in the Philippines and abroad:

  • ABE International Business College (ABE)
  • ACLC College
  • AMA Basic Education (formerly St. Augustine International School)
  • AMA Colleges
  • AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC)
  • AMA School of Medicine (AMASOM)
  • AMA University
  • Delta Air International Aviation Academy (DAIAA)
  • Southern Luzon College
  • St. Augustine School of Nursing (SASN)
  • Sta. Veronica College

How to Franchise the AMA Education System?

The different schools have different requirements in terms of space and franchise fees, but you need to prepare at least Php4 million for one to be fully operational. The initial contract period for the schools is 10 years.

Photo credit: AMA

Aside from the franchise fees, expect to also pay a royalty fee of 10% and advertising fee of 2% of sales. With 300 students enrolled in the first year of operation, franchisees can expect to recover their capital in 2 years.

Here are the schools available for franchise, with all the franchise options offering a merchandise fund of Php200,000 worth of consumables:

AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC), Php 4 to 5 million

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.0 Million for provincial locations
  • Requires 500 sqm space according to TESDA requirements

ABE International Business College, Php 6 to 8 million

  • Franchise Fee of Php 2.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Requires 1,000 sqm space according to CHED requirements

ACLC College, Php 6 to 8 million

  • Franchise Fee of Php 2.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Requires 500 sqm space according to TESDA requirements

AMA Basic Education, Php 6 to 8 million

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.5 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.2 Million for provincial locations
  • Requires 600 sqm space according to DepEd requirements

Saint Augustine School of Nursing, Php 4 to 5 million

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.0 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 0.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Requires 1,000 sqm space according to CHED requirements

For inquiries, contact AMA Education System through these channels below:

AMA Education System Head Office

Building 2, 59 Panay Avenue, Quezon City

Direct Line: (02) 737-5536

(02) 737-5607

Photo credit: AMA

Victor Sevilla

VP-COO AMA Franchise Operations

09175615482

vpsevilla@amaesedu.ph

Photo credit: ACLC

Alvin Serrano

Franchise Development Manager

09069033249

aaserrano@amaes.edu.ph

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