Starting School

Semester 2 begins on January 23, 2017.

All NEW FAMILIES should plan to attend ORIENTATION DAY on Friday, January 20, 2017

Resource Centre

This page will be your primary resource centre for all the information that you need to start school. If you have any questions please contact the Admissions office .

Orientation Programme 

The Orientation Programme on January 20 is essential for newly joining students and families to attend. You will have the opportunity to visit school information tables, meet the faculty and complete practical tasks such as arrange school lunch and purchase PE uniforms.

2017 January orientation schedule and checklist now available!

Tin Tuc - 2016-2017 Welcome Programme Special Edition


 Download the PDF version of Tin Tuc Welcome Programme Special Edition 2016-2017

Individual Resources

Co-Curricular Programme Information



Handbooks 2016-2017

Middle/High School Summer Reading 2016

An integral part of the UNIS Hanoi Middle and High School English and World Languages Department is our focus on the Independent Reading Programme.

We strive to emphasize free choice reading and discovering texts and books that interest, inspire and challenge your thinking.

The 2016 summer reading programme is as follows:

For any questions please contact the English Head of Department, Susan Richey 

World Languages


UNIS Hanoi Student Guides to Vietnam

Explore the School and country with the help of these website created for new families and students discovering UNIS Hanoi and Vietnam by our Grade 8 students as part of their Humanities coursework in 2013-2014:

Online Resources for Hanoi 

  • The Word - online version of the free English Language monthly magazine with features and news as well as a guide to what's on.
  • The New Hanoian - Hanoi's Community-Produced Local Reviews and Answers Guide
  • The Hanoi Grapevine - Online guide to events in Hanoi
  • Hanoi International Women's Club - The Hanoi International Women’s Club (HIWC) is a non-profit group whose membership is open to all expatriate women living in Vietnam. The objectives of the HIWC are to promote the development of social, charitable and cultural activities among its members, the Hanoi based expatriate community, and the people of Vietnam; and to provide a forum for expatriate women to identify and discuss issues of common interest regarding their personal and professional lives in Vietnam.
  • Asian Women and Friends in Hanoi - A Group of Asian Women and their friends who promote friendship, camaraderie, and having fun sharing their talents, skills, hobbies and enjoying cultural exchange: Contact them on 
  • Friends of Vietnam Heritage - Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) is a non-formal group of mainly Hanoi residents from many countries, including Vietnam, whose basic goal the preservation and advancement of Vietnamese heritage and culture, and whose purpose is to enhance and deepen the understanding of Vietnam's culture. FVH functions as a non-profit educational group.
  • Hanoi's Holistic Health Guide - This guide was created for the Hanoi community, to gather together practitioners in the name of health and wellness. All efforts have been made to ensure the correct information has been provided and that the services listed are of a reputable nature. There will be no liability accepted. Any comments, edits or suggestions can be directed to
  • United Nations International School of Hanoi
  • G9 Ciputra
  • Tay Ho
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
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