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European International School Ho Chi Minh City - Merit Scholarship

Dear CCIFV members,  

Since 2014, the European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS) has supported outstanding students in their journey toward academic excellence and dedication to community service. For the 2016-17 academic year, EIS proudly continues to offer a limited numbers of Merit Scholarships for students entering grades 6 to 11 of up to 50% of the tuition fee and one grade 11 scholarship of 75%. The scholarship is awarded for up to seven years on the condition that scholars maintain an excellent academic record. 

The value of Merit Scholarships is not just in the large deduction on school fees but also the fact that prestigious Universities will see that these students already have a track record of receiving academic scholarships. EIS is one of only three IB World Schools in Vietnam offering all three IB programmes (PYP, MYP and DP). To receive such a scholarship says a lot about the value the school places on these students. 
Each scholarship application will be reviewed by Merit Scholarships Board. We will invite strong candidates only for assessment and interview.
 
Merit Scholarships are very competitive and limited so students are invited to apply as soon as possible. 
Please kindly visit website or contact Ms. Thanh via (+848) 7300 7257 – ext 107 / email: scholarships(@)eishcmc.com for more information. 

Apart from Merit Scholarship, EIS’s network, Nobel Education Network also offers only 1 scholarship that covers tuition fee. Students can choose to study at one of three schools that belong to Nobel Education Network including Amadeus International School Vienna in Austria (www.amadeus-vienna.com), European International School Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam (www.eishcmc.com) or Nobel International School Algarve in Portugal (www.nobelalgarve.com). For more information about Nobel Scholarship, please kindly visit http://www.eishcmc.com/about-<wbr />nobel/nobel-scholarships/

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