RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 13 July, 2018Martin Constable, RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design lecturer, has written a new book exploring how paintings and photographs are converging in the digital age, and what this means for the colours we see in them.
News - 02 July, 2018Six RMIT Vietnam students have won internships with online shopping giant Lazada after successfully pitching their idea for promoting the company’s newly developed app.
News - 27 June, 2018Le Nhat Huyen, a recent RMIT Vietnam graduate with a Bachelor of Business (International Business) degree, says she has gained the bulk of her international leadership experience through student conferences and summits.
Media release - 27 June, 2018RMIT University Vietnam, in collaboration with Zhejiang University, China, and Inha University, South Korea, co-hosted the Connectivity in Asia: Trade, Transport, Logistics, and Business conference from 24 to 26 June 2018 at the University’s Saigon...
News - 14 June, 2018RMIT is ranked 250th in the latest QS World University Rankings, reconfirming its position in the top 1 per cent* of global universities.
Media release - 12 June, 2018RMIT Vietnam students were awarded the first runner-up in the final round of the 2018 HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition in Hong Kong from 5-8 June 2018, taking home $5000.
News - 12 June, 2018Two student-led projects which won recognition at RMIT Vietnam’s recent Industry Networking Night, held on 16 May in Ho Chi Minh City, illuminate the University’s focus on authentic learning and assessment.
News - 04 June, 2018Doan Ngoc Duy, an RMIT Vietnam alumnus and Creative Director of the Vietnam – Australia Mural Village, is living his dream as an art and design specialist and lecturer while contributing his expertise to the community.
Media release - 21 May, 2018RMIT University Vietnam has been awarded the 2018 Duty of Care Award for best practices in mitigating travel, health and security risks.
News - 17 May, 2018RMIT Vietnam alumnus Le Tuan Anh knows what he wants to do with his career: help new graduates across Vietnam find their true calling. He has published a new book for just this purpose.