Admissions

European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS) welcomes students of all nationalities who would benefit from our educational programme and whose parents share the school’s Mission and Objectives.

Admission is granted to a student when it has been determined that the School has an appropriate programme and resources to meet that individual’s learning needs. Applications for both immediate and future entry are considered at any time throughout the year.

The birth date cut-off for placement in a particular grade is the 31 August in the academic year (commencing in August) of admission. The child must have turned the appropriate age on or prior to the 31 August for the grade in question.

Admissions Process

Admission is granted to a student when it has been determined that the School has an appropriate programme and resources to meet that individual’s learning needs. Applications for both immediate and future entry are considered at any time throughout the year. The birth date cut-off for placement in a particular grade is 31st August in the academic year (commencing in August) of admission. The child must have turned the appropriate age on or prior to 31st August for the grade in question.

Book a Tour

The best way to find out whether EIS represents a good fit for your child is to come visit us. Contact Admissions to set up an in-person or virtual tour at a time that is convenient for you. 

How to Apply

Please complete the online inquiry form and then application form. The online application portal will prompt you to submit the following supporting documents:

  • copy of the child’s birth certificate or passport
  • passport size (4 cm Width x 6 cm Height) photo of your child
  • copy of both father and mother’s identity cards, or passports if foreign citizens
  • copy of the child’s updated vaccination records
  • passport size (4 cm Width x 6 cm Height) photo of the main parent or guardian
  • if foreign citizens, copy of both parents’/guardians’ Vietnam resident visa
  • any of the child’s relevant medical information or record

 

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