Discover Our Learning
UNIS Hanoi is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School on a purpose-built campus with rich and successful curricular and co-curricular programmes. The IB programme incorporates a learning cycle of enquiry, action and reflection that promotes critical, creative and analytical thinking. Our Elementary students from Discovery up to Grade 5 participate in the Primary Years Programme while students in Grades 6 to 10 participate in the Middle Years Programme. In Grades 11 and 12, our High School students undertake the academically challenging Diploma Programme (DP) a two-year programme of studies that provides a balanced curriculum, encourages social responsibility and prepares students for higher education.
Meet Our Community
UNIS Hanoi places a high value on the quality of relationships and partnerships within our community with more than 63 different nationalities represented within the school. We consider students, their families, our faculty and staff as our core community. But our sense of community extends far wider than that including our local Hanoi community, our host country Vietnam and our worldwide Alumni family.
Learn why they chose UNIS Hanoi
“One thing I value at UNIS Hanoi is the amount of effort teachers put into learning. They are constantly developing teaching styles and approaches, molding them to meet the needs of individual students. My teachers encourage me, they are always there for me. Teachers take responsibility for student progress by coming up with opportunities for students to develop as learners.
Multiculturalism at UNIS Hanoi gives you perspective and insight we wouldn’t otherwise have. For example, in English class debates, students refer to things they do and quotes from their own cultures - it’s nice to hear these different perspectives from around the world.
For new students coming to UNIS Hanoi, I would say that even though it’s big and diverse, it’s a strong community. We’re constantly presented with opportunities. Here you shouldn’t be afraid to talk about your experiences, they will be appreciated and will add to the shared knowledge of the whole community.”