Periodic evaluation tests are arranged between students and teachers for the purpose of measuring the student’s progress.

Certificate of Attendance:

At any time, a Certificate of Attendance can be issued to those who do not take the evaluation tests.

Certificate of Achievement:

  • Certificate of Achievement - Elementary Level (Level A) corresponds to the Upper Elementary Level after the student has completed at least 320 periods of Vietnamese instruction (VSL Textbooks 1 and 2) and satisfactory completion of the final evaluation test.
  • Certificate of Achievement – Intermediate Level (Level B) for at least 320 additional periods of Vietnamese instruction (VSL Textbooks 3 and 4) beyond Level A and satisfactory completion of the final evaluation test.
  • Certificate of Achievement – Advanced Level (Level C) corresponds to the Advanced Course that covers 320 additional periods of Vietnamese instruction beyond Level B and satisfactory completion of the final evaluation test.

A Certificate of Achievement will be issued to those who meet the following requirements:

+ Student Attendance

The evaluation test for any certificate will be organized only when the student has attended 90% of the total class hours.

+ Final Evaluation Test

The final evaluation test will include several sections. The student must achieve at least 50% on each section to pass the exam.

+ Accreditation

In the Certificate of Achievement, the Vietnamese course name, the length of study and the level are fully noted. The certification is recognized by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and can be transferred to other

Upon arrival, a student should take a placement test to determine his/her proper class. The Vietnamese language program focuses on:

This program is designed to provide Vietnamese language courses for all foreigners who intend to learn Vietnamese language to meet their specific needs. Every 2 weeks, students are welcome to join classes organized according to their purpose and level. Students can be in different kinds of classes, such as individual classes where intensive or special courses are offered, or group classes that facilitate conversation and cultural exchanges.