IGCSE RESULTS 2016 - 2017

For the 2nd year running, the British Vietnamese International School (BVIS) students' results have exceeded the UK average IGCSEs (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) with 88.1% students achieving 5A*- C grades compared to the UK average of 66.3%.

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The IGCSEs are internationally-respected qualifications, studied by students aged 14-16 years old. Respected by employers and universities, they cover a broad range of core subjects including languages, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, creative, technical and vocational. These are amongst some of the most academically challenging qualifications currently on offer to 14-16 year-old students worldwide, with many candidates going on to study the International A-levels en route to the world’s finest universities.

The continued success in these 2017 IGCSE results is testimony to BVIS’s high academic standards, excellent teaching and the hard work and dedication of students and teachers alike. Students continue to significantly outperform UK national averages, with attainment levels increasing year-on-year.

"I am absolutely delighted for the students and so proud of the collective achievements of both the students and staff. It is high recognition of the dedicated care and concern for students’ outcomes and the experience of our teachers. They provide that all-important launch pad into International A levels and beyond.

Given also that these grades are the only ones that university admissions’ departments will see, these results provide students with both a first class preparation for the next steps and the very best opportunity to enter the world’s finest universities after graduating from BVIS," Mark Sayer, Principal of BVIS, said


With learning tailored to their talents and interests, our students earn outstanding academic results that place them among the highest achievers in Vietnam.

Academic Results
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