RMIT Vietnam NewsEmbrace the world at RMIT Vietnam’s Open Day

Embrace the world at RMIT Vietnam’s Open Day

Thursday, March 27, 2014 - 17:16
First sign of outdoor decoration for upcoming Open Day 2014 at Saigon South campus
Visitors taking a tour around the campus at Open Day 2013

Find out how to achieve an internationally-recognised degree at a university equipped with global expertise and practical local experience. 

Come along to RMIT Vietnam Saigon South’s Open Day this Sunday 30 March 2014 from 8.00am to 2.00pm to meet with lecturers, alumni and students; attend useful information sessions; and see what it’s like to be an RMIT Vietnam student by taking part in a demonstration class.

RMIT Vietnam President Professor Gael McDonald will deliver a welcome address at 8.00am at the university’s new USD$20 million Academic Building 2 (AB2).

The new building, which was opened late 2013, has doubled the teaching space at the campus and incorporated the latest in teaching and learning technology allowing for a range of flexible learning spaces.

The RMIT Vietnam's Open Day provides an opportunity for visitors to experience why RMIT Vietnam was recently awarded the prestigious Golden Dragon Award for its significant contribution and performance across Vietnam’s education sector.

Since establishing itself as Vietnam’s first international university in 2000, RMIT Vietnam has been awarded the Golden Dragon Award eleven times.  

As well as the attractions and activities on offer at this year’s open day, visitors can enter a draw to win an iPad mini plus other lucky draw prizes every 30 minutes.

The RMIT Vietnam's Open Day is being held at RMIT Vietnam Saigon South, 702 Nguyen Van Linh Boulevard, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.

An Open Day will be held at the RMIT Vietnam Hanoi site on Sunday 6 April.