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Club Day brings summer to RMIT Vietnam

Thursday, July 7, 2016 - 08:57

More than one thousand students and 47 clubs came out to enjoy a fun, summer-themed Club Day at Saigon South and Hanoi campuses.

RMIT Vietnam Student Life Senior Manager Tim Burdeu said Club Day celebrates one of the key differentiators of the University.

“The student club program includes a range of sports, business, community, and recreation clubs with around 2,000 registered members,” Mr Burdeu said.

“The event offered a chance for clubs to showcase their activities and benefits.

“More importantly, it allowed students to engage with like-minded friends and have fun, and to develop important life skills around leadership, teamwork and self-development.”

The semester 2 Club Day themes were ‘Hawaii’ and ‘Atlantis’ for Saigon South campus and Hanoi campus respectively.

Club Day - SGS campus

Photo: Members of the Saigon South Music Club perform at Hawaii Club Day.

Club Day - SGS campus

Photo: Ultimate Frisbee Club members demonstrate the game to onlookers.

Club Day - Hanoi City campus

Photo: Environment Club’s Atlantis-theme mascot welcomes guests.

Club Day - Hanoi City campus

Photo: Students at Hanoi City campus enjoy an evening full of joy and activities.

View all photos from this student activity in the album below.

RMIT Vietnam Club Day - Sem 2.2016

Story: Hoang Ha