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Academic Results

These IGCSE and A-Level results for our students at British Vietnamese International School, Hanoi (BVIS Hanoi), represent high quality teaching and support, and a considerable achievement for our young people .


Outstanding IGCSE and A-Levels Results of BVIS Hanoi students in 2018/19 academic school year


A Levels

Students at BVIS achieved a pass rate of 100% in A Levels this year, an improvement on the previous year’s achievement, despite there being slightly fewer examinees than in 2018. This year’s pass rate widens the gap between our bilingual school and other schools in the UK. This result also showcases the difference that Nord Anglia Education schools bring to students’ academic results. 



In IGCSEs, the numbers of students taking the examinations rose by 83% on the previous year.  Pass rates in 2019 of 98% for A* to E grades were considerably higher than the 67.3% pass rate in the UK, with the school’s results broadly in line with the results of the previous year.  37% of all entries were graded at A* or A, compared to 20.8% in the UK.  Five students achieved all A* and A grades, with one student achieving A* grades in every paper.  95% of those taking Mathematics one year early achieved the highest grade.