RMIT Vietnam News

RMIT Vietnam News

RMIT alumnus a pioneer in social media

12 July, 2017

Vong Thanh Cuong, a member of RMIT Vietnam’s first graduate cohort in 2004, has been a major force in Vietnam’s social media sector.

RMIT Vietnam’s Learning Lab links students with success

10 July, 2017

An online learning tool sponsored by RMIT Vietnam’s Centre of Digital Excellence enhances RMIT’s position as a leader in Vietnam’s education community.

RMIT Vietnam lecturer publishes ‘The Account Story’

06 July, 2017

Lam Hong Lan, an associate lecturer with the School of Communication & Design, has written a memoir on her 20 years of experience in communications industry.

Solar paint offers endless energy from water vapour

05 July, 2017

Researchers have developed a solar paint that can absorb water vapour and split it to generate hydrogen – the cleanest source of energy.

RMIT students benefit from collaboration with Digipost

28 June, 2017

A field trip to DigiPost main office allowed Bachelor of Communication students to benefit from the University’s collaboration with a media company.

My adventure began with an RMIT scholarship

23 June, 2017

Dao Thu Ha, a Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) student, says her life changed after receiving a scholarship from RMIT Vietnam.

RMIT Vietnam does away with prescribed textbooks

23 June, 2017

At the start of the current school year RMIT Vietnam implemented a no prescribed textbook initiative as part of the University’s overall digital strategy and vision towards 2020, according to the school’s library head.

For the sustainable development of tourism in Vietnam

23 June, 2017

At recent panel discussions, tourism and hospitality experts stressed the importance of sustainability and education for the long term development of Vietnam’s tourism industry.

RMIT researcher responds to Vietnam’s climate change

19 June, 2017

In his PhD research, Dr Cuong Nguyen has used the Vietnamese coastal city of Quy Nhon as a case study to apply a new approach to social vulnerability assessment.

Asian education ministers group visits RMIT on training mission

19 June, 2017

More than 30 delegates from the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation, Regional Training Centre (SEAMEO RETRAC) paid a visit to RMIT Vietnam as part of a regular training program.

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