|Having turned its focus largely on the promotion of quality education that keeps abreast with global standards, AMA International University of Bahrain is now ready to expand its footprints in the gulf region by materializing the phase two of the blue print as approved by founding-chairman, Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V.
With the plan, AMA will venture into a high class learning facility with an increasing presence of quality and with the rich blend of services of over fourteen years particularly in the areas of business, engineering informatics, engineering mechatronics, medicine and basic education.
The proposed phase two development plan of the university includes sports building, administration building, football field and connecting bridges.
The all glass-walled administration building will showcase comfortable lounge area, administrative offices and faculty rooms. Keeping in touch with the strong love of youths to different sports genres, the plan includes VIP hall, multi-purpose hall, basketball court and lockers all to sit in the sports building adjacent to the open football field.
Atop the much larger project at the half of the compound will house a fully air-conditioned five-storey parking structure conceived for a more convenient and spacious parking lot making it accessible for students, staff and visitors alike.
This effort combines innovative architecture with the technologies to minimize waste of space. It is a demonstration of AMA’s vision on how society could maximize the use and development of spaces since Bahrain is only a small island whose spaces are largely reclaimed.
The approval of the phase two development plan is a shared philosophy of excellence to the locals of the gulf whose common objective is to steward a good education of its incoming generation.
Ambassador Aguiluz V stressed, “We are very happy that we are about to do justice to the commendable blue print. We at the academe realize that irrespective of where we are located, we are really more than ready to serve because AMA wants to remain closely associated with every foreign student in the gulf region.”
Though phase two has still to come at the second half of the calendar year, AMA draws increasingly more than 4,000 students from around the gulf region to experience the unequalled expertise of highly competent professors.
AMA’s reply to globally competitive education and training is the soon-to-be well-engineered succinct “comfortable, safe, and quality” facility, timeless values and efforts associated with the genuine culture of Bahrain towards excellence and success. For AMA, this 21st century is “the most perfect era to invest to its client and to develop their leadership of tomorrow and an oasis of corporate preparation.”