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  • The Leading Bilingual International School in Vietnam

    Top international school choice for ambitious Vietnamese families


  • Committed Primary and Secondary School Students

    BVIS graduates are accepted at the best universities and colleges worldwide


  • Fully Qualified & Internationally Experienced Teachers

    All BVIS teachers are fully qualified and have verified relevant teaching experience


  • Unique International Curriculum in English & Vietnamese

    The only bilingual school in Vietnam with an international curriculum

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  • Experienced & Friendly School Admissions Team

    Western and Vietnamese staff offering school tours, advice and tests


  • A Vibrant & Eventful International School

    BVIS offers a vibrant international environment that respects Vietnamese culture


  • Professional & Experienced Support Team

    BVIS multilingual staff will be happy to assist you with your questions and requests


The Benefits of Bilingual Education

Bilingual education has been proven as a secret weapon in supercharging children’s learning and even changing the structure of the human brain. We explore some of the benefits that a dual language curriculum can provide your child.

At BVIS, a bilingual education is an essential part of our curriculum, setting your child up for long term educational benefits and a lifetime of learning. Being bilingual, it turns out, has a profound effect on the brain and can even make you smarter.
Some of the main benefits of receiving a bilingual education are:

1. Increased cognitive development

Children that know a second language perform better in tasks that call for creative thinking, pattern recognition and problem solving. Young learners develop greater linguistic awareness and a more complex understanding of their native language.

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2. Better academic achievement

Bilingual students’ brain function is improved as the mind is challenged to recognize, find meaning and communicate in multiple languages. A thirty-two year study by Thomas and Collier from George Mason University indicated that students who had a bilingual education and that spoke multiple languages had greater achievements than their monolingual peers, especially in maths, reading and vocabulary.

3. Improved memory

Children who learn a second and third language have better memories and are more cognitively creative than single language speaking counterparts. Research has indicated that bilingual people are usually better at remembering names, directions and items than those who speak one language.

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4. Resistance to dementia

A recent study has shown that people who speak more than one language develop dementia symptoms an average of five years later and are able to cope with a greater level of brain dysfunction than their monolingual counterparts.

5. Increased economic opportunities

In an interconnected and rapidly changing world there is an increased need for a multilingual workforce and the ability to conduct business in more than one language is becoming more critical. Bilingual people often hold higher positions and earn better incomes than their monolingual counterparts in the same industry.

7.Cross cultural appreciation

The exposure to two languages assists students in developing an appreciation for the differences in cultures. Students are able to engage with languages through folk tales, songs, idioms and other primary sources of information without requiring translation leading to more meaningful cultural exchanges.

8. Improvements in the executive function of the brain

The executive function is a command system that directs the attention processes that we use for planning, solving problems and performing other mentally demanding tasks. Bilingual people are better able to sort out relevant information from irrelevant information, meaning they can focus better and be more effective thinkers and decision-makers.

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