Programs overview - UTS

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Program Overview
Curriculum Structure at UTS

At US Vietnam Talent International School, students' love and natural motivation for learning are extremely important. With a researched and optimized curriculum, UTS students not only learn fundamental and long-term valuable lessons but also have opportunities to play, to run and experience a variety of activities, challenges, classrooms and environments... The programs at UTS includes National program, International program and Growing Talent program. 

The National program

The program is optimized based on the general education program of the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam. The program ensures the development of learners' qualities and competencies through educational content with fundamental, practical and modern knowledge and skills.

International Programs

The International Program at UTS includes a variety of subjects taught in English, giving students the opportunity to develop international standard academic competencies in parallel with enhancing global citizen skills. Parents, students can choose either of two following programs

The Oxford International Curriculum - UK

Developed by experts from Oxford University Press and based on the UK's National Curriculum. The approach of the curriculum is special: putting the joy at the heart of learning. At UTS, the Oxford International Curriculum consists of six subjects: Well-being, Global Skills Project, Math, Science, English and Computing. 

The Common Core Standards International program - US

Built on a selected list of standards from the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The program consists of three subjects: Mathematics, English and Science.

Growing talent programs

The program equips students with knowledge, skills and cultivates the core qualities so that students can maximize their potential. The program consists of 4 parts: 1) physical education, 2) personal development and social skills, 3) arts, and 4) science and technology.