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Register our Open Day which will be held at 9:00 on 22 November 2018 to explore BVIS's exciting school life!
  • The Leading Bilingual International School in Vietnam

    Top international school choice for ambitious Vietnamese families


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    BVIS graduates are accepted at the best universities and colleges worldwide


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    The only bilingual school in Vietnam with an international curriculum

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    BVIS offers a vibrant international environment that respects Vietnamese culture


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Seven BVIS students attended the European International School (EIS) Model United Nations (MUN) annual conference, EISMUN 2017, on 9th and 10th June at the EIS campus in district 2.

Students debated in the General Assemblies (GA) 1 & 2 on topics including, the question of the demilitarization of national police forces, and preventing violence and discrimination in regards to sexual orientation and gender identity.  Other students debated in the Security Council on topics such as Russia and its veto power. Students represented the countries of France, Greece, Republic of Korea, China, and Pakistan.

Many students submitted resolutions that were debated upon and some of those resolutions passed.  Two students gained best delegate awards for exceptional contributions to the plenary debate.