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Educational Philosophy, Standards, and Institutional Objectives

Advance Science International College a private school that has been dedicated since 1988 to provide relevant medical vocational education in a working community with a strong demand for specialized health care training. Our reasoned educational philosophy is to provide the kind of professional preparation that would enable our graduates to take advantage of career opportunities within our specialties. Our vocational programs enhance our nation’s technical working class careers. Creativity and quality in our concepts, programs and services are essential to our success. To people at home, at work, and on the move, knowledge offer vital links to each other for obtaining information. Opportunities in the medical professional fields come to those with better training because the implementation of gained information will give them power.

The principles that steer us forming the bulk for a meaningful review of our institution are:

  • Dedication in our educational and research tasks
  • Ethical and moral conduct at all times and in all our relationships
  • Innovation of our capabilities as a means of attaining leadership
  • Corporative social trustworthiness to the community we attend

Above all, the integrity, honor, morality and honesty of our school are fundamental and critical for our educational process. These beliefs and values with students, employees, associates, communities and each other guide our educational business strategies and our corporate behavior.

Our institution’s degree and vocational programs are designed to achieve four major objectives:

1. To provide a vocational health care education for all students, challenging and invigorating them, leading to a selection of a profession in the medical vocational fields offered by the Institute.
2. To encourages its graduates, as trained citizens, to pursue lifetime opportunities and to contribute to the development of their community cultural, aesthetic, and economics' environments through participation.
3. To obtain knowledge through a vigorous and ambitious commitment to research in the school academic disciplines and to encourage creativity by assisting an atmosphere of ideas, talented development, and interplay with the external community.
4. To serve and protect our community to meet its cultural, economic, social and urban challenges as we move through the 21st century.