Each of us will be lost in the maze of "choice"

Each of us will be lost in the maze of "choice"

As a result of the rapidly changing world, parents today have access to a wide range of educational resources. Each study program has its perks, leaving parents perplexed as to what is best for their child.

Will achievements help your child succeed and be happy in life?

Will achievements help your child succeed and be happy in life?

The living environment, as well as moral norms in society, are rapidly changing. As a result, there will be numerous considerations that are “pound for pound” in the process of choosing the most suitable path for your child. Are learning outcomes or an outstanding curriculum important? Or does the “trendy” curriculum or the family’s abilities matter? Parents will find it difficult to figure out the answer to this task.


Furthermore, making decisions is never enough. The experience of accompanying your child will also leave parents in awe. Will your child’s grades have an impact on his or her future development and success? And getting good results is the finest approach for children to succeed?

"We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.” – Stacia Tauscher

Among the several considerations mentioned above, parents often forget that the child is the most crucial thing to consider. Every child is an individual with a unique learning and development process. As a result, the learning path must be tailored specifically to the child. What basic values and abilities do kids need to be equipped with to prepare before “taking off” on the runway of life? UTS understands that this is what makes many parents struggle to find the answers.

Let's explore “Passport to The Future” with UTS!

Not a specific destination, or a subject that leads to success. Children need core values to be “strong and tough” on the path to real success so that they can walk on their own. Based on in-depth research and the context of the times, the Oxford International Curriculum, which is developed by experts at Oxford University Press, aims at 3 core values for children’s development including Health – Happiness – Humanity. Through research around the world as well as research into the impact of Education, Oxford University Press concludes that happy and healthy students are better learners.


So why the three values of Health – Happiness – Humanity are important in the development journey of children? UTS would like to welcome families to find out the answers in the seminar “Passport To The Future” organized by US Vietnam Talent International School.

Road to your child’s success, how to navigate?

The seminar “PASSPORT TO THE FUTURE” is held at UTS Van Lang Complex. All parents are welcome to join. During the seminar, parents can listen to well-known Educators’ sharing and discuss ways for parents to accompany their children in preparing for the future.



Panel Discussion: Road to your child’s success, how to navigate?

The seminar is designed to be an open discussion in which parents can share their worries and reflections when faced with decision-making for their children. This seminar aims to support parents in helping their children to study for balance and happiness.

Guest speaker: Ms. Nguyen Minh Thuy – International Program Manager at UTS and Ms. Nguyen Minh Hang – Business Development Manager for Southeast Asia, Oxford International Curriculum, Oxford University Press.

Presentation: Unlock The World With The Oxford International Curriculum

Find out more about the Oxford International Curriculum pathway and the OxfordAQA International Academic Assessment Scale.

Guest speaker: Mr. Tom Galvin – Head of Recognition at Oxford University Press



Time: 8:30 – 11:00 Saturday, May 13th, 2023.

Venue: US Vietnam Talent International School – UTS Van Lang Complex.

Gate 1: 69/68 Dang Thuy Tram, Ward 13, Binh Thanh.

Gate 2: 80/68 Duong Quang Ham Street, Ward 5, Go Vap.


Please register now to experience exciting activities for families only on May 13th, 2023!