The Vietnam Australia International School Hoang Van Thu Campus offers the Vietnamese National and the Cambridge International education programmes to students, the school prepares students to become one step closer to their future careers while preserving Vietnamese values.
All in all, there are presently seven campuses of the Vietnam Australia International School in the country. All of the campuses are located in a relatively easy to reach location for parents and guardians, as they are within the districts of District Two, District Three, District Seven, District Ten, Phu Nhuan, and Go Vap. See another Vietnam Australia International School at Vietnam Australia International School Ba Thang Hai Campus.
Reinforced by a strong community of national and international teachers, staff and managers, students are given effective and passionate education through the VAS international programmes. The school also applies some of the most updated teaching methods to provide students with profound cultural and core knowledge alongside practical life skills and life values.
Because of the school’s qualifications, the Vietnam Australia International School Hoang Van Thu Campus has been authorised by international examinations board to deliver international exams on site. This enables the students to obtain international qualifications without going through intermediary organizations.
The preschool students blithely learn the National curriculum together with the English programme, which is taught with a Multi-Faceted Approach to Learning for Kindergarten.
VAS is registered as a Cambridge International School by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). CIE is a leading organisation that provides a variety of educational programmes and qualifications for international students from 5 to 19 years old.
As a part of the school’s curriculum, students can also achieve international ICT certificates, including the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) Starter and Full License. Because of its authorisation, the students were allowed to take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General Training and Academic IELTS within their mainstream school programmes.