First Vietnamese public school recognised as member of Cambridge International

Saturday, 2019-10-26 16:45:16
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NDO - Chu Van An High School in Hanoi has been officially recognised as a member of the Cambridge Assessment International Education. The event marked an important milestone in promoting international cooperation on education as well as opening up opportunities to access international education programme for Vietnamese students.

On October 25, a ceremony to attach the Cambridge International VN 283 code plate to Chu Van An High School took place at the school campus with the presence of a large number of students who are studying the dual diploma programme.

Chu Van An High School is the first public school to implement a pilot project initiated by the Hanoi municipal People’s Committee on providing a dual degree programme of both a Vietnamese national high school diploma and a Cambridge International A-level.

Established in 1908, Chu Van An High School Hanoi is one of the oldest secondary education institutions in Vietnam. It is one of the top three national high schools in the country and is highly selective in its admissions.

During more than a century since Chu Van An High School was established, it has remained as one of the top education providers of the country with high numbers from students who pass high school and university entrance exams and go on to study abroad.