Locally-owned TH Group has officially opened its TH education system, with the first school located in Hanoi’s Chua Boc street, paving the way for the group to develop universities and colleges throughout Vietnam.
At the school, international-standard curricula are applied in combination with the fine achievements of the Vietnamese education and training sector. After graduation, pupils will be granted international certificates.
Martin Skelton, educational expert and co-founder of Fieldwork Education, said that “In Vietnam, TH School has pioneered applying international educational programmes which have already been used successfully in almost all advanced education systems in the world. These programmes have harmoniously combined international standards and local national cultural traits.”
“TH School is quite a friendly school which can produce international-standard pupils right here in Vietnam,” he stressed.
The school system is focused on providing comprehensive mental and physical training to pupils between the ages of two and 18.
The school’s curricula receives consultancy from international education organisations, as well as experienced local and foreign teachers.
For example, teacher Horace Vernall, who has more than ten years of experience in managing one of the best British schools in Kuwait, has become TH School’s principal since 2015.
“I am happy to contribute to TH School’s dream to develop Vietnamese kids more comprehensively,” Vernall said. “We will bring the kids interesting experiences, so that they can cultivate their talents in the future.”
TH School is now completing its secondary and high-school unit in Hanoi’s Hoa Lac. It is expected that by late 2017 TH Group will construct a complex in Vietnam, featuring universities, colleges, and vocational schools, where international-standard curricula will be applied.