For a decade UNIS Hanoi has been proud to offer our Scholarship Programme offering Secondary School places to talented local students from disadvantaged families.
Our School was originally established in 1988 to assist in the development of Vietnam and our Scholarship Programme continues to honour the School's commitment to Institutional Philanthropy.
The Programme guarantees a full (100%) fees waiver until graduation and significant additional support for transport, school supplies, co curricular activities and university application. To date, 11 scholars have successfully graduated from UNIS Hanoi and a further nine students are currently members of our student body.
UNIS Hanoi Scholarship 2022-23 academic year intake
This year students may apply to the UNIS Hanoi Scholarship Programme for entry to:
- Grade 7
- Grade 8
- Grade 9
- Grade 10
In all cases, the 100% Scholarship is valid until they graduate from UNIS Hanoi. (Assuming all requirements for continued scholarship are met.)
Deadline for Applications is 15 March 2022.
Complete the UNIS Hanoi Scholarship Application Form in full and provide all required documentation.
- Make a full financial declaration. Only disadvantaged households are eligible for the Programme. All information provided is confidential and rigorously screened.
- UNIS Hanoi retains the right to waive academic and geographic eligibility requirements for applications received by invitation, through official Service Learning partners.
If you have any questions about the Scholarship Programme, the application or selection process please contact our Scholarship Officer, Trang Pham: email@example.com
The Students applying for the Scholarship Programme must:
- Be a Vietnamese national. Applicants are required to provide a copy of their Household Registration Book (sổ hộ khẩu)
- Be studying at a public Vietnamese district school/educational institution
- Have gained no less than 8.0 in English for the last two full academic years; have gained an average annual grade of 8.5 or above for the last two full academic years