At what ages do you accept pupils?
Pupils at the ages from 3- 18 are admitted to the School.
Pupils can be admitted to RGSV Preparatory school at any age (from 3 year), providing there are vacancies, and the school is suitable for the child.
Pupils are admitted to RGSV Secondary at any ages from 11 to 16 (Year 7 – Year11)
We accept pupils into the Sixth Form at Year 12.
How early do we need to apply?
You can apply as soon as you wish
Does it cost anything to apply?
There is a non-returnable registration fee of USD 200/ VND 4,619,000.
Do all prospective pupils have to sit an exam?
The youngest learners (from Pre-K to Year 1) enter into classes within the Early Years section of the Prep School based on their age. During the application process, a mutually agreed appointment will be arranged for prospective pupils to spend 45 minutes to an hour with a teacher in a class
Applications from Year 2 to Year 6 are required to sit an entrance assessment. The assessment will cover both numeracy and language evaluation components and will be conducted by a member of the RGS Vietnam academic team.
All applicants from Year 7 to Year 12 must complete the Stage 1 test (an online English Literacy, Quantitative Reasoning & Non-verbal Reasoning test) before proceeding to the Stage 2 tests (written tests in English, home language of Vietnamese or Korean and Mathematics).
Applicants to Year 12 (IB DP and A Levels) must also complete an essay and two other written assessments based on their choice of subjects. Applicants will not usually be admitted to the Year 13 programme.
Do we need to tell our current school that we are applying to come to Reigate Grammar School Vietnam?
Yes. We will ask them for a reference or school report after receiving your application, so you should always tell them that you are applying.
Is there a separate application form for scholarships?
All pupils who take the entrance exam are automatically considered for academic scholarships. However, there are separate forms for Sport, Music or Headmaster’s scholarships.
What is the difference between a scholarship and an assisted place?
A scholarship is a fee reduction per annum offered following exceptional performance in the entrance exam (or audition/interview for Sport, Music or Headmaster’s scholarship). The value of the scholarship can be increased through means-testing.
Assisted Place are intended to enable gifted children to attend the school even if their parents cannot afford the full school fees. Assisted places are available to those who are successful in our entrance examination and interview, and assistance is not guaranteed if a place is offered. We attempt to help as many families as possible, but funds are limited: awards will therefore be based on the child’s performance in the entrance examination and the degree of assistance required. The level of fee remission will be determined on a sliding scale which will offer up to 100% reduction in fees. Assistance towards the cost of school uniform, school meals and travel costs may also be available in cases of particular need.