RMIT Vietnam News

RMIT Vietnam News

Central Highlands educators gain digital learning and career guidance strategies

18 January, 2017

More than 220 educators from Lam Dong Province attended a series of RMIT Vietnam workshops on digital learning & career consultation in Da Lat.

RMIT Launches IT/Engineering Alumni Chapter

06 January, 2017

On Thursday, 15 December, RMIT Vietnam launched an alumni chapter for the Centre of Technology (CoT) during an event in Ho Chi Minh City.

PhD graduate explores the human element in cyber security

08 December, 2016

RMIT PhD graduate Dr. Pham Cong Hiep was awarded his doctorate with research about the implications of cyber security on IT users & security professionals.

MOU enhances RMIT student employability

28 November, 2016

RMIT Vietnam & National Instruments (NI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will establish a LabVIEW Academy at the University’s SGS campus.

RMIT Vietnam facilitates discussion on open educational resources

15 November, 2016

50 library managers and education leaders gathered at RMIT Vietnam’s Seminar on Open Educational Resources (OERs) and Digital Repositories.

Supporting women in technology

10 November, 2016

According to RMIT Vietnam’s Head of Centre of Technology Professor Alex Stojcevski, software engineering is a growing area suitable for female students.

Technology students explore careers in business intelligence (BI)

10 November, 2016

A BI workshop opens technology students in RMIT Vietnam up to many career options including in business intelligence.

TRG and RMIT: 15 years of providing opportunity

28 October, 2016

TRG International has participated in RMIT Vietnam’s internship program, offering students the opportunity to learn about & transition into the IT industry.

Finding inspiration in innovation

19 October, 2016

2000 future students & their parents enjoy dynamic workshops, info sessions & inspirational demonstrations at Technology Experience Day.

Developing the skills for Vietnam’s IT opportunities

15 October, 2016

According to VietnamWorks, Vietnam’s information technology job market will face a shortage of 79,000 qualified workers every year until 2019.