December 2017

December 2017

Most read stories of 2017

28 December, 2017

This has been a banner year for RMIT Vietnam. We launched new programs and projects, and our staff, students, and alumni continued to achieve great things in life and work. Here are this year’s top 5 stories according to our website readers.

How does technological advancement impact human interpreters?

28 December, 2017

According to RMIT Vietnam’s Associate Professor Dr Duong Thi Hoang Oanh, professional interpreters need not fear being replaced by technology.

X Run no obstacle for staff and students

22 December, 2017

More than 300 staff and students scaled walls and leapt over barriers last Saturday as they took on the 2017 RMIT X Run obstacle course.

University is about challenging yourself says graduate

22 December, 2017

Hoang Thu Huong’s journey during her Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) program at RMIT Vietnam has been about challenging herself with activities outside her comfort zone.

Professional networking hub for RMIT communication and design alumni

20 December, 2017

RMIT Vietnam’s Communication and Design Alumni Chapter was launched last month, helping graduates from the School of Communication & Design build a stronger community.

Student designs mobile app to facilitate vehicle maintenance

20 December, 2017

An RMIT Vietnam student has created an application to solve a common problem for vehicle owners: finding time in their busy schedules to fix cars and motorbikes.

Employability skills program gets digitalised

19 December, 2017

RMIT Vietnam’s new Personal Edge app digitalises the employability skills learning experience, preparing students for life and work.

RMIT Vietnam to support important social and environmental issues

18 December, 2017

Studio • V, RMIT Vietnam’s Centre for Social and Environmental Outreach in Vietnam, was launched.

Fostering an open business environment in Vietnam

18 December, 2017

According to Dr Tran Du Lich, advisor to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, human resource development is integral for Vietnam to create a healthy business environment that can integrate into the global economy.

RMIT Graduate excels in Music Club leadership role

14 December, 2017

Van Tu Minh, who graduated from RMIT Vietnam with a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) degree last month, demonstrated both her passion for the arts and her leadership skills during her time at the University.

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