Hot to Start an AMA Computer College Franchise?

%Franchising PhilippinesVenturing into the business industry is difficult and confusing at times. With a wide selection of options to choose from, it’s really difficult to pin point which concept would generate more income. The novice businessman would analyze the market and would turn to the essential necessities of life such as food, clothing, shelter or medicine as these are naturally creating needs but aside from these factors education is equally vital. In our country, the Philippines, we highly prioritize education because we believe that we can lift ourselves in poverty and a bright future awaits once we gain more knowledge. If you would like to venture into the education business, there are schools that have opened their doors in partnerships through franchising. AMA Computer College, one of the leading schools in our country in terms of ICT training stands tall in terms of franchising.

Company Background

AMA Computer College concentrated on computer related courses on the grounds that around then there was no establishment in the country that was willing to offer PC training to experts. Since the establishment centers and plans to give great quality PC instruction, they made a special educational program which empowers every understudy to be positioned to one PC for ideal learning purposes.   Just after a year from their introduction, AMA Institute got to be AMA Computer College in June 1981, it then offered a full four-year course of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. A couple of years after the fact AMA Computer College then experienced an exceptional change because of the section of Philippines Higher Education Act of 1994 which deregulated scholarly charges of exclusive instructive organizations.

Another extraordinary advancement was made in 1986 when AMA Computer Learning Center or ACLC and AMA Telecommunication & Electronic Learning Center came to be. Aguiluz had the capacity increase full accreditation for AMA Computer College in the American League of Colleges and Universities in which no other Filipino and non-American school has possessed the capacity to achieve.

By the year 2001 AMA Computer College of Quezon City was recognized and conceded the University status by the Philippine Government’s Commission on Higher Education or CHED, issuing it another name of AMA Computer University.

AMA has been known globally to give exceedingly prepared, gainful and gifted experts to contend in the global business; they maintain the pride and guidelines of each AMA initiate in the Philippines.

AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC) is the nation’s driving computer training school offering a full 2-year program and fleeting courses. It is centered on delivering exceptionally capable and talented graduates to address the developing needs of the nearby and universal markets. ACLC offers the most complete and progressive educational module to outfit understudies with the essential aptitudes to seek after an IT vocation. It additionally has global affiliations that permit ACLC graduates to land lucrative positions and nonstop advancements.

Courses Offered:

2-year Associate Degree Courses

• Computer Systems Design and Programming

• Computer Systems and Network Technology

• Networking and Telecommunications Technology

• Computer Graphics and Animation

• Web Development Technology

• Computer Hardware and Servicing

• Architectural Design Technology

• Computer-based Accounting

• Business and Office Administrative Services

• Game Programming NC III

Short Course Certificate Programs

• PC Servicing and Networking

• Computer-aided Design and Drafting

• Computer Hardware Servicing NC II

• Career Entry Course for Software Developers – Microsoft Net

• Professional Assistant Animator NC III

• Career Entry Course for Software Developers – Java

• Animation NC II

• 2D Animation

• 3D Animation

• 2D Game Art Developer NC II

• 3D Game Art Developer NC III

• Visual Graphic Design

• Programming

• Broadband Installation (fixed wireless system) NC II

• Technical Drafting

• Micro Finance Technology NC II

• Micro Finance Technology NC III

• Contact Center Services

• Finishing Course for Call Center Agents

• English Proficiency Program

• Events Management

• Attraction and Theme Park Operation

• Bookkeeping

Franchisee FAQS:

Q: How much is the Total Investment needed to start my own AMA Computer College Franchise?

A: The total investment varies on the type of school or building size you wish to invest on. Approximately, it would start from Php 4M up to Php 5M.

Q: What is the minimum area requirement for an AMA Computer College Franchise?

A: The minimum floor area as required by TESDA and CHED is 500 sqm with at least 30 computers.

Q: What are the Fees to be paid before being able to have my own AMA Computer College Franchise?

A: The total cost of investment covers the franchise fee, equipment and improvement fees and leasehold.

Q: How long will it take me to get the ROI back?

A: The return of investment varies from one franchisee to the other but most of the current franchisees gain their money back at around two years.

Q Why should I invest on a School rather than any other Franchises out there?

The economy of our country faces inflation, devaluation and price regulation but school as a form of business faces less risks among other forms of businesses. Profits are generated more depending on your operation, management and marketing strategies.

Types of Schools that AMA Computer College offers:

There are different types of schools that AMA Computer Colleges offers and along with it has various franchise package fees and requirements per each type.

  1. ACLC (Associate Degrees School) Franchise Investment Requirements

Capital Investment: Php 4 to 5 Million

ACLC franchise package inclusions:

Franchise Fee:

Php 1.2 M for schools within (NCR) with a 10 year contract.

Php 1.0 M for schools outside NCR (Provincial) with a 10 year contract.

Merchandise Fund: Php 200,000 worth of consumables.

Area: minimum of 500 sqm as required by TESDA

  1. ACLC (College) Franchise Investment Requirements

Capital Investment: Php 6 to 7 Million

ACLC franchise package inclusions:

Franchise Fee:

Php 2.2 M (NCR) – 10 years contract period

Php 1.9 M (Provincial) – 10 years contract period

Merchandise Fund: Php 200,000 worth of consumables.

Area: minimum of 1,000 sqm as required by CHED

  1. ABE (International Business College) Franchise Investment Requirements

Capital Investment: Php 6 to 7 Million

ACLC franchise package inclusions:

Franchise Fee:

Php 2.2 M (NCR) – 10 years contract period

Php 1.9 M (Provincial) – 10 years contract period

Merchandise Fund: Php 200,000 worth of consumables.

Area: minimum of 1,000 sqm as required by CHED

  1. St. Augustine Franchise Investment Requirements

Capital Investment: Php 4 to 5 Million

ACLC franchise package inclusions:

Franchise Fee:

Php 1 M for schools within (NCR) with a 10 year contract.

Php 900,000 for schools outside NCR (Provincial) with a 10 year contract.

Merchandise Fund: Php 200,000 worth of consumables.

Area: minimum of 500 sqm as required by TESDA

  1. AMA Basic Education Franchise Investment Requirements

Capital Investment: Php 6 to 7 Million

Franchise Fee:

Php 1.5 M (NCR) – 10 years contract period

Php 1.2 M (Provincial) – 10 years contract period

Merchandise Fund: Php 200,000 worth of consumables.

Area: minimum of 600 sqm as required by DepEd

Standard Franchise Package Inclusions:

  • Use of trade name and logo
  • Training and Seminar for the franchisee
  • Marketing Collaterals

Additional Costs:

Royalty Fee: 10%

Advertising Fee: 2%

Contact Details:

For more information and details on the franchise application, you may reach AMA through the following:

Office Address:

AMA Building, 59 Panay Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Tel no: (02) 737-5607 | (02) 737-5536

Alvin Serrano

Franchise Development Manager

0906-9033249

aaserrano@amaes.edu.ph

Victor P. Sevilla

VP-COO AMA Franchise Operation

0917-5615482

vpsevilla@amaes.edu.ph

Danter R. Sullivan

Address: # 59 Panay Avenue, Quezon City

Telephone #: (02) 373-3901 local 8218/8265

Fax #: (02) 373-3901 local 8218

 

 

Ms. Josephine B. Legaspi

Contact No: 373-3901

Address: 59 Panay Ave. Q. C.

Email: feedback@amauniversity.net

Web: www.aclc.edu.ph

Comments

  1. Dennis de Guzman says

    We making a feasibility study on a good and viable franchise. We are considering your AMA system. May we ask for your help in the near future as we are still in the research process. Thank you

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