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AMA Computer Learning Center of Mandaue City
The AMA Computer Learning Center of Mandaue City, or ACLC Mandaue for short, is a private, nonsectarian school established in 2005. It is located at Door F-J of the North Point Business Center on M. C. Briones Street, Mandaue City.
ACLC Mandaue Campus is a member of the AMA Education System, of which AMA Computer University is the first and largest information and communications technology (ICT) university in Asia. The AMA Education System, which has more than two hundred campuses in the Philippines and other parts of the world, was a leader in branching out to key cities and municipalities in the Philippines.
AMA Computer University was first to offer courses in computer science and computer engineering, first to offer e-learning, and first to have a one-to-one student-to-computer ratio. The school was also the first computer university to offer mechatronics and the first school in the Philippines to receive the ISO 9001 certification. It was the first Premier Education Partner of Microsoft and the first and exclusive Avaya training partner.
Two-year degree courses offered at ACLC Mandaue are software development, networking and telecommunications technologies, Web application development, office information systems, computer-based accountancy, and hotel & restaurant services. Its four-year degree courses are BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology, BS Information Systems, BS Accountancy, BS Business Administration, and BS Hotel & Restaurant Management.
For inquiries, you may call the school at (032)345-1237 and fax (032)345-2281 or (032)422-0018. ACLC maintains a Web presence at http://www.aclc.edu.ph/ and at http://aclc-mandaue.site50.net/
You may try to reach ACLC Mandaue online through this URL: http://crm.amaes.edu.ph/contactusfrm.asp?sitename=ACLC