How to Franchise: AMA Education System



While there are a lot of opportunities for business, not all can offer income and fulfillment at the same time. The education business is becoming one of the most profitable ones as it offers to address a vital need of today’s society — imparting knowledge to the Filipino youth.

The Philippines regards education to be of high importance as it promises enhancements of knowledge and skills which can potentially lift the country out of poverty. Entering the education business could be a profitable and noble endeavor to an entrepreneur. This business doesn’t necessarily require you to start from scratch, because AMA Education System (AMAES), among others, actually offers business opportunities through franchising.

About AMA Education System (AMAES)

After the establishment of AMA College which was the first to offer courses in computer education, Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V, also known as the Father of Computer Education in the Philippines, decided to expand and established schools that specialize in specific fields such as business, technical IT skills, healthcare and hospitality.

The AMA Group of Companies then decided to establish AMAES to take charge of the management of their education business. These schools belonging to the AMA Group of Companies, operating in the Philippines as well as in other countries include:

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

AMAES Schools Available for Franchise

AMAES opened its doors for franchising in the year 1990. The member schools that are open for franchising include:

1. AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC)

Initial Capital Investment: Php 4 to 5 Million

Inclusions:

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.0 Million for provincial locations
  • Merchandise Fund of Php 200,000 worth of consumables

The initial contract period is 10 years.

Required area: minimum of 500 sq. meters available space as per TESDA requirement

2. ACLC College

Initial Capital Investment: Php 6 to 8 Million

Inclusions:

  • Franchise Fee of Php 2.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Merchandise Fund of Php 200,000 worth of consumables

The initial contract period is 10 years.

Required area: minimum of 500 sq. meters available space as per TESDA requirement

3. ABE International Business College

Initial Capital Investment: Php 6 to 8 Million

Inclusions:

  • Franchise Fee of Php 2.2 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Merchandise Fund of Php 200,000 worth of consumables

The initial contract period is 10 years.

Required area: minimum of 1,000 sq. meters available space as per Commission on Higher Education requirement

4. Saint Augustine School of Nursing

Initial Capital Investment: Php 4 to 5 Million

Inclusions:

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.0 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 0.9 Million for provincial locations
  • Merchandise Fund of Php 200,000 worth of consumables

The initial contract period is 10 years.

Required area: minimum of 1,000 sq. meters available space as per Commission on Higher Education requirement

5. AMA Basic Education

Initial Capital Investment: Php 6 to 8 Million

Inclusions:

  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.5 Million in the NCR
  • Franchise Fee of Php 1.2 Million for provincial locations
  • Merchandise Fund of Php 200,000 worth of consumables

The initial contract period is 10 years.

Required area: minimum of 600 sq. meters available space as per DepEd requirement

Additional Costs and Expected Payback Period

Aside from the franchise fee and other required initial investment, the franchisee also has to royalty fee of 10% and advertising fee of 2% of sales. 

According to AMAES, capital recovery can be achieved within 2 years given a total enrollment of 300 students in the first year of operation.

Contact Information

Got questions about the AMAES franchise offer? You may contact them below.

AMA Education System Head Office

Building 2, 59 Panay Avenue, Quezon City

Direct Line: (02) 737-5536

(02) 737-5607

 

Alvin Serrano

Franchise Development Manager

09069033249

aaserrano@amaes.edu.ph

 

Victor Sevilla

VP-COO AMA Franchise Operations

09175615482

vpsevilla@amaesedu.ph

View other franchising opportunities in the Philippines! Here’s PinoyMoneyTalk’s Complete list of Philippine companies available for Franchising

Information source: AMAES’ Official Website 

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