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Posted 26/08/2016 05:21PM
Dr Barder follows up on the school's early dismissal decision on last Friday due to severe weather prediction...
Posted 26/08/2016 05:21PM
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests will take place at UNIS Hanoi starting next week. What MAP tests are for? Which grades are taking the test? Read to find out more...
Posted 26/08/2016 05:20PM
Where to go if my child is sick? How do I learn to ride a motorbike? Can I purchase organic vegetables locally? Find out about what Hanoi has to offer at our Community Connections Fair!
Posted 22/08/2016 02:22PM
A big THANK YOU to our volunteer Welcome Team, who brought the New Family Orientation alive with their amazing welcoming energy...
Posted 15/08/2016 07:23PM
School starts this week and we are looking forward to welcoming a record level number of students and launching the year with some exciting new programmes. The Head of School welcomes you...
Posted 22/06/2016 02:04PM
Our teachers are designing cutting edge projects for our students with the School's Innovative Learning Projects initiative. Find out more.
Posted 22/06/2016 11:51AM
Dedicating a day to problem solving marked the start of UNIS Hanoi's involvement in the Maker Movement this year. Find out more and watch the film!
Posted 22/06/2016 11:37AM
Teachers are also lifelong learners, and this year every ES teacher undertook a new challenge of their choice to extend their own learning.
Posted 22/06/2016 11:05AM
The UN's new Sustainable Development Goals inspired powerful poetry from some of our youngest learners who were proud to perform them for a very special guest.
Posted 20/06/2016 05:39PM
Exam season is normally associated with hours of sedentary revision, but this year High Schoolers were literally leaping into action!
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UNIS Hanoi by Numbers
Learning
  • 90% Of students taking IBDP
  • 100% Of MAP results above world
  • 385 After-school activity sessions
Community
  • 66 Student Nationalities
  • 44 Languages Spoken
  • 7 Worldwide alumni reunions
Responsibility
  • 52 Student-led service groups
  • 35% Of teachers have Master's Degrees
  • 24 International sports teams
UNIS Hanoi Voices More Voices
Staff Voice

Being a part of UNIS Hanoi is an honor and a privilege. The team I work with feels like family, the work we do is focused on pushing the boundaries of innovation and learning, and the kids I work with are phenomenal.

Staff Voice

From Admin, to staff, to teachers, to students, there is a lot of positive energy at UNIS.

Staff Voice

UNIS changes you. Everyday I work at UNIS Hanoi I am amazed by the diversity of the faculty and staff. It amazes me not only that we do come from so many varied countries and cultures, but the diversity of interests and backgrounds that are represented. In just this year I have learned more about traditional Vietnamese poetry and literature, photography, Swedish and Dutch holiday celebrations, Micro-finance loans, honey production and Korean games. This is truly a place of life-long learning both for the faculty and the students. It is impossible to not change and grow as a learner.

Staff Voice

“UNIS addresses the challenges of modern education in a globalised world without losing sight of the traditional importance of local communities and pushing yourself to be better than you were before.”

Staff Voice

“A few of us were remarking this morning about how fortunate we are to work here. For me, one important piece is the intentionality, always making sure that what we do relates to our mission and our vision and our plan, and always keeping the best interests of the students as the highest priority. It's also so great to work with such an experienced, intelligent, hardworking, and interesting group of colleagues. We have the most stimulating conversations, about education and about the important issues of the wider world. I feel as though I am continually learning here, from my colleagues, from the students, and from the many professional development opportunities offered to us. I also appreciate the encouragement to feel some responsibility to share our good fortune with the wider world -- through service learning projects in Hanoi and elsewhere in Vietnam, through connections with other international as well as Vietnamese educators, through our focus on the goals and ideals of the United Nations. ”

  • United Nations International School of Hanoi
  • G9 Ciputra
  • Tay Ho
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
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