RMIT Vietnam News

RMIT Vietnam News

New PhD scholarships to support RMIT research

09 September, 2014

A new prestigious Vice-Chancellor's PhD Scholarship scheme at RMIT will support high-performance training of top doctoral researchers.

Designing responsible and innovative global supply chains

08 July, 2014

Leading academics, researchers and practitioners specialising in logistics and supply chain management shared their insights on the design of responsible and innovative global supply chains at the 19th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL),...

The condom taboo

27 June, 2014

A study on condom merchandising and their availability in Ho Chi Minh City has highlighted the barriers and facilitators towards condom use from a social marketing perspective.

Research funds awarded

19 June, 2014

Three groups of RMIT Vietnam academics have been awarded research funds in the University's annual research poster competition.

Litigation trends in Vietnam

19 June, 2014

A study into business cases in Vietnam has found that economic and institutional factors are main factors to induce a rise of business cases to be filed at courts.

Study on pro-environmental purchasing in Vietnam

06 June, 2014

There's work for marketers in Vietnam to make 'environmentally-friendly' an attractive attribute for young consumers, according to researchers from RMIT Vietnam, RMIT Australia and Victoria University Australia.

Learning from the Greater Mekong Sub-Region

06 June, 2014

Policy makers, industry experts and top international researchers shared their insights on developments in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region at this week's Asia@RMIT conference at RMIT Vietnam Saigon South from 4 to 5 June 2014.

Focus on the fabric of Ho Chi Minh City

18 April, 2014

The vibrancy and liveliness of the Ben Thanh Market and its surrounding streets are at the heart of district one in Ho Chi Minh City.

Social marketing for road safety

10 April, 2014

A study on road safety and driver attitudes in Vietnam has highlighted an opportunity for unsafe behaviour to be changed through social marketing.

Making connections

24 March, 2014

Making Connections is a global RMIT magazine celebrating our research and industry partnerships.

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