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RMIT students create warm winter for the poor

News - 01 February, 2019

As Hanoi entered its coldest winter in a decade, a group of students from RMIT Vietnam’s Business Chapter, along with several alumni, launched a campaign to provide disadvantaged people with warmth.

RMIT trains local educators on authentic assessment

News - 30 January, 2019

For a senior student majoring in civil engineering whose future job will involve designing and constructing bridges and roads, a real-world project is more effective than a three-hour exam for evaluating competency and knowledge.

RMIT students tackle food wastage in Vietnam

News - 23 January, 2019

A team of four RMIT Vietnam students has won the national round of the KPMG Innovation & Collaboration Challenge (KICC) 2019 with their innovative idea to tackle food wastage in Vietnam.

Monopoly reinvented to celebrate Vietnamese culture

News - 18 January, 2019

Inspired by the idea of bringing families closer together, an RMIT Vietnam student has redesigned the popular Hasbro© game Monopoly to celebrate the upcoming Vietnamese Lunar New Year, also known as Tết Nguyên Đán.

MOU to enrich student experiences

Media release - 18 January, 2019

RMIT University Vietnam and Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Vietnam (Bosch) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance the existing collaboration between the two organisations.

RMIT Vietnam prepares students for Industry 4.0

News - 15 January, 2019

The International Labor Organization (ILO) believes that Vietnam will be among the most-impacted countries by Industry 4.0, leading to opportunities for highly skilled workers.

Vietnam’s economic outlook in 2019

News - 14 January, 2019

Vietnam’s economy has reached a very positive point in its economic transition from a centrally planned economy to a market-based economy.

New ways to work can improve HCMC

News - 07 January, 2019

With Ho Chi Minh City predicted to become the second-fastest growing city economy in Asia within the next three years, ‘anywhere working’ could be key to improving the city’s liveability, new research has found.

Vietnam’s tourism boom calls for quality human resources

News - 03 January, 2019

Service providers in hospitality and tourism are struggling to keep up, as Vietnam’s international and domestic tourism market continues to boom.

Top RMIT Vietnam news stories in 2018

News - 26 December, 2018

As we approach the end of another jam-packed and exciting year at RMIT Vietnam, it’s the perfect time to highlight and reflect on the top stories from the last 12 months.

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