The British Vietnamese International School Hanoi is one of the leading international schools in Vietnam. It provides a world-class education within Vietnam, for students aged from two to eighteen years old.
Besides the Hanoi campus, the same organisation under the auspices of the Nord Anglia Education also runs the British Vietnamese International School Ho Chi Minh City.
As Vietnam continues to evolve, the best placed future leaders in their chosen fields will be those who are able to identify opportunities and adapt to a rapidly changing world. At the British Vietnamese International School (BVIS), students not only gain the knowledge and skills that allow them to study at some of the top universities in the world but also develop values that ensure that they continue to challenge and develop themselves in the future.
BVIS students follow a combination of the British National Curriculum, the International Early Years and Primary Curriculum models up to Year 6. In Year 10, students will begin the Cambridge International Education (CIE) International General Certificate of Secondary Education (also known as the IGCSEs). In Years 12 and 13, students study for the International A Levels leading to entry into the world’s finest universities of their choice.
Through its vibrant curriculum, the school encourages all students to live lives which are personally and socially fulfilling. Both inside and outside of the classroom, students develop a love for art, music, dance, theatre and culture which will enrich the whole of their lives. Personal growth and leadership stand at the heart of every student’s experience.
As a part of the Nord Anglia Education international family of schools, this school’s Global Campus allows students to meet and collaborate with their peers from all over the world, both online and in person.
Students will get the opportunity to set off on exciting expeditions and adventures. This school’s one of a kind bilingual British curriculum is further enhanced by international partnerships with some of the world leading global organisations out there such as UNICEF, The Juilliard School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
For example, the impact of music can be significant in the growth and progression of a child. As such, the Juilliard – Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme has been particularly designed to supply students with an indepth connection with the performing arts, and in this way develop a sense of collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and cultural literacy.