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RMIT Vietnam wins Golden Dragon Award for 15th straight year

Media release - 16 April, 2018

By winning its 15th Golden Dragon Award, RMIT University Vietnam has affirmed its position as a driver of quality education.

Global connections offer new opportunities for EMBA grad

News - 11 April, 2018

“I’m still learning every day, even after finishing my EMBA,” said Gigi Le from her home in Melbourne, where she now works with the largest facilities management firm in Australia and New Zealand.

The Creative Director behind viral campaign Dien May Xanh

News - 12 March, 2018

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Chau Chan Quyen says he’s both artist and businessman, but at the moment he may be better known as the creative force behind Dien May Xanh – one of Vietnam’s most viral television commercial series in 2017.

RMIT’s approach to education, part two

News - 02 February, 2018

This article is the second of a two-part series featuring excerpts of an interview with Professor Gael McDonald, President of RMIT Vietnam, published in Sinh Vien Viet Nam Newspaper (Vietnam Student Newspaper-SVVN) on 4 December 2017.

RMIT's approach to education, part one

News - 23 January, 2018

The following are excerpts from an interview with Professor Gael McDonald, President of RMIT Vietnam, published in Sinh Vien Viet Nam Newspaper (Vietnam Student Newspaper-SVVN) on 4 December 2017.

Fit.n.Grit: A story about determination

News - 16 January, 2018

The philosophy behind Fit.n.Grit is all in the name – a healthy body combined with a strong will to succeed.

RMIT Vietnam graduate demonstrates VR app at prestigious global event

News - 11 December, 2017

A recent RMIT Vietnam graduate was the country’s sole representative at a major technology conference which took place in Bangkok, Thailand.

1371 RMIT Vietnam students graduate with pride at two campuses

Media release - 30 November, 2017

More than 1300 graduands have walked proudly across the stage in four ceremonies in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to collect a testamur for their newly-acquired academic degrees.

Alumnus awarded “Women of the Future” scholarship

News - 16 November, 2017

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Do Nguyen Thanh Truc was recently awarded a Women of the Future scholarship, created to support bright and inspirational women from across the globe.

RMIT Vietnam offers exclusive scholarships for Vietnamese women

News - 31 October, 2017

At a ceremony on 24 October at its Saigon South campus, RMIT Vietnam award scholarships exclusively for Vietnamese women including two full PhD scholarships and four scholarships of 50% tuition fees for female students studying in the area of...

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