The European International School has earned accreditation of its International Baccalaureate program for all students studying at its campus for children from kindergarten through Year 12.

The IB Diploma Programme is in addition to the already accredited IB Primary Years Programme and IB Middle Years Programme. With successful accreditation of these programs, EIS has become an IB Continuum World School, offering IB education for children aged 3-18 years old.

“The IB program brings virtually universal acceptance for tertiary education for graduates, and indeed has become the preferred university track for students for the academic, social and communicative benefits that better equip students for their future career track,” said Dr Nguyen Thi Quynh Lam, President of EIS.

“We strive to inspire our students to become global citizens who embody all the attributes of the IB Learner Profile, IB students who will make an impact and a difference on the world around them.

“Change and development are not events, but rather they are processes with a focused vision. The school has always maintained a steadfast focus in its vision.”