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AMA, KOI helps students break boundaries through program in Australia

The AMA Education System remains committed to helping students excel in their respective fields wherever they are in the world.
File photo: AMA KOI banner
File photo: AMA KOI banner

Study, work, and reside in Australia with AMAES?

In this world with endless possibilities, AMA said that its AMA Education System (AMAES) is ready to help students rise above and beyond their respective fields, no matter where they are in the world.
Lorenzo, Princess, and Dante
Lorenzo, Princess, and Dante

Proof of this is the success story of Lorenzo Joaquin T. Andres, a computer science enthusiast from AMA Makati. He is now honing his skills with a Bachelor of Information Technology at Australia's King's Own Institute (KOI).

The 2+2 pathway at AMAES-KOI is not just a study program—it's a beacon of hope that allows me to work, study, and eventually, relocate my family to Australia, Lorenzo said.

This program, which is part of the collaboration of AMAES and KOI, allows students to study, work, and make Australia their home.

Furthermore, this program gives students and their families the chance to have better incomes, improved living standards, and a secure future.

This partnership has a number of benefits, like granting access to globally acknowledged Australian education, opportunities to work while studying, and immersion in a multicultural environment.

This also offers a 2+2 Pathway Program that covers AMA students and alumni who've spent at least two years at AMAES, giving them the chance to earn an Australian residency post two years of KOI education.
Kimberly, Paul, and Frank
Kimberly, Paul, and Frank

Just like Kimberly Grace Montemayor, an industrial engineer using this gateway to augment her capabilities. At 23, she has accomplished much, starting from her Senior High school at AMA Tarlac to graduating from a state university in Industrial Engineering.

This alliance allowed me to blend my engineering expertise with professional accounting, amplifying my potential on a global scale, she said.

Meanwhile, BSBA Marketing graduate Frank Anthony Vistro found his calling in finance through the AMAES-KOI partnership.

The application process was seamless, faster than I imagined, and led me to a future I had only dreamt of, he shared.

Transitioning from a local business to a Bachelor of Business at KOI is a bold step, but it's a challenge I'm prepared for, said Princess Mae Donayre, an ABE International Business College.

Her relentless pursuit of success and providing for her family attests to the life-changing potential of this partnership.

For Paul Stephen Marmol, a gaming aficionado guided by his immense passion, studying at KOI was effortless.

He saw the rising demand for IT professionals, especially in gaming, as an opportunity to build his own niche.

Studying at KOI gives me access to a diverse network and a platform to achieve my dream of becoming a game developer, he added.

At AMAES, students are not just learners, but the leaders of tomorrow just like Dante A. Calvan Jr., from Pagudpud.

His shift from a local government role to studying a Master of Professional Accounting at KOI is more than personal growth.

AMA said the AMAES-KOI partnership is a "gateway to excellence, a launchpad for your dreams, and a passport to transcending global boundaries."

Those interested can pre-register via https://bit.ly/KfreeEval for a FREE assessment.

Anyway, you may visit https://www.amaes.edu.ph/koi/ for more information about the program.

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