Welcome to the European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS), one of the few fully accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) Continuum Schools in Vietnam offering three dedicated IB programmes – Primary Years (PYP), Middle Years (MYP) and Diploma (DP).
Beautiful village campus where everyone is made to feel welcome
Full IB continuum from Early Years to High School
5 additional languages available
Small class size
Excellent and caring teachers
Diverse community of 38 nationalities
Small schools offer greater opportunities for children to participate in school life
We are Spanish family and our kids Valeria (6 years old) and Claudia (4 years old) started in EIS 3 years
ago when we arrived to HCMC. Our experience in the school has been amazing since the beginning and we have always felt as a part of a big EIS community with plenty of activities for the whole family (Xmas fair, Saturday movie nights, TET festival, United Nations day, …) and our kids have really enjoyed a multicultural experience together with teachers, school staff and their colleges from all around the world, they have learnt many things but the most important ones are to understand and valued different cultures, languages, traditions and celebrations. Definitely we will recommend the experience in EIS HCMC and we will miss EIS community.
Butragueno Antolin Family - From Spain
When we moved to Vietnam from Australia, our daughter had been at a small, child centred school and it was important to find a good fit. The European International School was perfect with its warm, friendly village feel. As Sage was still young, seven at the time, a nurturing, creative and inclusive environment was essential to her well being. We found this at EIS and it has continued to be so, Sage is now in her fourth year. The Primary Years Program was also a big drawcard for us as it is an internationally available program that Sage can continue on with when we move home. Parent involvement is encouraged, whether it be as a class parent representative, member of the Parents Council, community events or in the classroom. We have always found our ideas, concerns and opinions can be voiced and heard. I love that Sage has had the opportunity to be exposed to different cultures both through fellow students, teachers and also learning a second language. Although the facilities are limited at EIS, Sage has been able to join the choir and swim team which has competed internationally. The size of the school really allows opportunities for students which they may otherwise not have and is continually looking for ways to involve students, parents and teachers in school life.
Stevenson Family – From Australia
This is our fourth year among EIS community in Ho Chi Minh city. We have two daughters at the school. One is currently in third grade and the other, our youngest, is in Kindergarten 2. The school has provided a safe and comfortable environment for them to learn and develop their skills both as individuals and as members of the community. Classes are small and the education is personal, so the teachers know their students and can tailor their efforts to individual student needs. Through the after school activities, the kids complement their classes and get to know students and teachers from other grades, enhancing their interpersonal relationships and strengthening community links. Parents involvement is highly appreciated and encouraged by the school. There are a lot of occasions during the year, like events and assemblies, when the parents can join and watch the kids work and progress. Also, the school organizes a series of events at the campus for the whole community, out of school hours and in a relaxed atmosphere, having the parents and the kids a chance to get together, so the kids can meet their friends and the parents and teachers of all sections get to know each other. EIS is a warm and welcoming community of caring students, teachers, and parents.
Gazquez Family – From Spain
Students at The European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS) learn about international diplomacy and policy development through their participation in the Model United Nations (MUN) programme. MUN has become a favorite after-school activity at EIS, particularly among older students who are highly engaged in world issues and enjoy navigating the technicalities of UN style resolution writing and speaking procedures.
The Dutch School is based in the The European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS), called the Dutch House providing Dutch lessons as native language for more than 100 students all around HCMC. For more information, please contact Mr. Paul Warnants, Head of Dutch School Saigon via email@example.com.
Russian School for Russian speaking children in HCMC is run at The European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS) everyday for after school activities. These classes re aimed at Russian speaking children to develop their reading and writing skills. For more information please contact Ms. Irina Kurnosov at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+84) 93 271 6098.
Children will do different activities, learn songs, watch little videos, read stories.... in GERMAN of course.
Come along to enhance your Spanish skills by having conversation and playing games. This is for native speakers only.
This activity is available to all students with a foundation level of Chinese who would like to enhance their language development in a fun and interactive environment.
For students who wants to play some traditional Vietnamese games and learn how these games were discovered.
An unofficial 'best-of' everything we offer at VinSpace! Students enjoy a mix of painting, sketching, art & craft, animation and printing. The club focuses on showing the breadth and variety of art with a large span of skills, materials and activities. A great 'all rounder' that tries to inspire and introduce students to the possibilities of Art.
Open-ended 2D and 3D creative projects focusing on visual art skills.
Students learn 3D design skills to transform ideas to real products.
Come along and improve your Maths knowledge and skills by using hands on materials and playing games!
By having to control a physical robot and seeing what goes wrong, students learn what robots can and cannot do. They also learn the need for precise instructions.