Authorities of southern central Binh Dinh province has given KinderWorld, a Singaporean education group, the green light to build two educational facilities in Quy Nhon city.

Accordingly, the Singapore-Vietnam International School (SVIS), a modern establishment that will run international-standard courses for learners from the 1 st -12 th grades, is to be constructed on a five-hectare area at An Phu Thi urban area.

Meanwhile, the Outward Bound School, an outdoor adventure education model serving both Vietnamese and foreign youth, will cover 41.2 hectare of land at Tan Thanh tourism zone, in Cat Hai commune.

At a meeting with KinderWorld’s Chairman Ricky Tan on January 8, Ho Quoc Dung, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, said he supports and believes in the promising future of the two schools, adding that the province will create favorable conditions to facilitate the education group’s project implementation.

Since its presence in Vietnam in early 2000, KinderWorld has developed 15 schools and kindergartens in Hanoi, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong and Ba Ria-Vung Tau provinces, offering both international and integrated education programmes for local students.-VNA