March 2018

March 2018

RMIT's Industry Mentoring Program gives students an edge

21 March, 2018

Guided by advice from industry mentors, RMIT Vietnam students start their career journey with a unique advantage.

From silly to serious: app growth poses skills test for developers

20 March, 2018

They may have started out as time-wasting phone fun, but mobile apps are now an intrinsic part of daily life and of increasing importance to Australia and Vietnam’s economy.

Clever coating opens door to smart windows

15 March, 2018

Researchers from RMIT University have developed a new ultra-thin coating that responds to heat and cold, opening the door to “smart windows”.

Enhancing mental health in schools

15 March, 2018

It’s vital for schools at all levels to provide quality mental health services to help students overcome difficulties in their studies and lives.

RMIT Vietnam lecturers examine feminist artworks by Vietnamese artists

12 March, 2018

A group of RMIT Vietnam researchers are looking into the gender-based concerns of female Vietnamese artists in an effort to include voices from Vietnam in the global feminism discourse.

The Creative Director behind viral campaign Dien May Xanh

12 March, 2018

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Chau Chan Quyen says he’s both artist and businessman, but at the moment he may be better known as the creative force behind Dien May Xanh – one of Vietnam’s most viral television commercial series in 2017.

RMIT launches initiative to empower female staff

09 March, 2018

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, RMIT Vietnam President Professor Gael McDonald launched RMIT Women Connect, a program to help the University’s female staff build their professional and personal identities.

Students and alumni team up on start-up projects

05 March, 2018

Students in the Applied Entrepreneurship course supported RMIT Vietnam alumni last semester, pitching plans for the alumni to grow their start-up businesses.

Are consumers willing to go for eco-packaging?

02 March, 2018

The negative environmental impact of packaging – and especially plastic packaging – is a major environmental concern in Vietnam, says RMIT Vietnam Lecturer Nguyen Anh Thu.