RMIT Vietnam is renowned for its world-class facilities.
RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus offers its students world-class wireless technology to access electronic equipment, expansive sports facilities, a large food court and various cafes, medical clinic, stationery store and other facilities.
The campus includes a Recreation and Events Complex which opened in 2010 and an international standard student accommodation building which opened in 2011.
Also in Ho Chi Minh City, RMIT Vietnam's original campus location on Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 3, re-opened in late 2011 as a specialised English language learning centre, particularly for people preparing to undertake RMIT Higher Education programs.
RMIT Vietnam’s Hanoi campus is in an attractive location on Kim Ma Street, adjoining Ngoc Khanh lake, in the Handi Resco Building.
Various sporting competitions, clubs and community support activities are also available to students on both Hanoi and Saigon South campuses.