RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT researcher explores unique alleys in HCMC’s District 4

News - 10 April, 2019

RMIT Vietnam lecturer Andrew Stiff is exploring the dense, vibrant hems (alleys) of Ho Chi Minh City’s District 4, a traditionally isolated area that many local residents know little about.

Improving learner engagement in English teaching

News - 09 April, 2019

RMIT Vietnam recently organised its annual Teacher Talks, a professional development series for the English-teaching community in Vietnam, in Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City.

RMIT ranks among world’s best for impact

News - 09 April, 2019

RMIT ranks among world’s best for impact

A holistic approach to health

News - 05 April, 2019

As World Health Day approaches, it’s important to keep in mind that this subject covers more than just physical health, as mental health is just as important to an individual’s wellbeing.

Upcycling project instils sustainable thinking

News - 02 April, 2019

RMIT fashion merchandising students have gained deep understanding of fashion sustainability from their hands-on experience in H&M’s upcycling project.

Celebrating cultural diversity

News - 01 April, 2019

Building a culture of diversity and inclusion is one of RMIT’s core values.

Top tier MBA degree to be offered in Hanoi

Media release - 29 March, 2019

After receiving a Tier One ranking in the CEO Magazine 2018 Global Rankings, RMIT University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is now being offered to students in Hanoi.

MOU to enhance authentic learning in tourism and hospitality

Media release - 20 March, 2019

RMIT Vietnam and Q Industries Vietnam have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to boost collaboration between the two organisations.

From espionage to retail: the evolution of RFID

News - 19 March, 2019

What do World War II fighter planes have in common with Disneyland, penguins and Walmart?

A sustainable future is in our hands

News - 15 March, 2019

From climate science to agricultural upcycling, and food packaging to urban farming, meet four researchers from around the world working towards a sustainable future.

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