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  • The Leading Bilingual International School in Vietnam

    We are proud to be the only bilingual school in Ho Chi Minh City that is fully accredited by CIS (Council of International Schools).

    BVIS HCMC Trường Quốc Tế Song Ngữ

  • Confident and Independent Learners 

    Graduating with a global perspective in their learning and a great sense of pride in their heritage, our students are well-equipped to pursue their passions and ambitions wherever they choose to go.

    BVIS HCMC Trường Quốc Tế Song Ngữ

  • Inspiring Students to Succeed

    Our experienced, highly-qualified teachers ignite creativity and a love of learning in every student.

    BVIS HCMC Trường Quốc Tế Song Ngữ

  • A World-class Education

    The internationally recognised British curriculum coupled with traditional Vietnamese values makes our school unique and a very special learning environment.

    An unique and a very special learning environment at BVIS HCMC

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  • An Exciting and Multicultural Environment

    Stay up to date with the many varied events that are regularly happening across our exciting school community.

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BVIS Model United Nations (MUN)

24 March 2017

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Students in the BVIS Model United Nations (MUN) club attended the Saigon MUN (SAIMUN) conference on 17th & 18th March, along with 11 other schools from Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh, at the Sheraton Hotel in District 1.  Here the BVIS students were representing Australia, Brazil, Chad and Senegal in a number of committees including the Human Rights Council and the Economic and Social Council.  The students were able to contribute to writing resolutions and refine their debating skills and diplomacy.  Topics debated included combating food insecurity in urban areas, utilising euthanasia in health care systems and the question of the use of nuclear energy.  For most of the students it was their first conference and they were both nervous and excited.  All students actively participated and are looking forward to attending their next conference.