The United Kingdom Academy International School, Binh Thanh Campus (also referred to as UKA) is a haven for learning and excellence. Like other international schools like Binh Thanh Campus in Vietnam, the UKA is aiming to become the best among all bilingual schools not just in the country but around the world.
As a member of the Nguyen Hoang Group (NHG), UKA employs a topnotch curriculum that includes the Cambridge English Language learning system that teaches students the internationally-recognised language as well as skills teamwork, critical thinking, research, and natural communication.
As a Vietnam-based academy, the UKA also upholds the Ministry of Education & Training (MOET) education principles which they harmoniously paired with Living Value Life Skills, STEM Robotics, sports, LCM music, and Entrepreneurship programmes. At UKA, the youngsters from primary school to high school are also given equal opportunities to grow mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially.
In 2016 the United Kingdom Academy International School (UK Academy) was founded as a part of the Nguyen Hoang Group’s schooling system. UK Academy is a multi-faceted international school system from nursery to secondary school, creating a strong academic base for students via a combination of the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training program and the communication programme.
By cultivating passion and positive behavior, the UKA hones the students’ hearts that expand when they open it up to others. Meanwhile, they employ modern equipment and teaching methods to develop the students’ intellect and wisdom (head). These are accomplished while establishing the groundwork for overall wellness (health), humanity, and beneficial habits (hand).
UK Academy is dedicated to the calibre of its graduates, making sure they are prepared to integrate in to the global educational environment and grow according to the 5H ideology established by the UK Academy. In this neighbourhood, suburban area facilities are built with modern amenities, fully equipped to global norms.