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RMIT class of 2018 honoured in graduation ceremonies

Media release - 07 December, 2018

More than 1000 graduates of RMIT Vietnam are celebrating their achievements in front of more than 2500 family members, friends and supporters at three ceremonies that were held this week in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

Fashion award winner optimistic on Vietnam’s fashion scene

News - 03 December, 2018

Thu Vu, an RMIT Vietnam graduate with a degree in Fashion (Merchandising Management), won the Fashion Discipline Award for her achievements at the University and in the fashion industry.

RMIT awards scholarships worth 32 billion VND in 2018

Media release - 29 October, 2018

RMIT University Vietnam has awarded 110 scholarships with a value of 32 billion VND ($1.3 million) to prospective and current students at recent scholarship awards ceremonies at its Saigon South and Hanoi campuses.

Times Higher Education rankings rise for RMIT

News - 05 October, 2018

RMIT has risen eight places in the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings released last week.

Bringing innovation to Cambodia’s startup scene

News - 20 September, 2018

These days one can’t help but feel a sense of optimism on the streets of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. After years of conflict, the country is now into its second decade of strong economic growth, and is currently nurturing a young but...

RMIT Vietnam team wins second place at 48 Hour Film Project

News - 05 September, 2018

The short film titled Vọng, created by a crew named Dementia, defeated 95 competitors to come second in the national round of the 48 Hour Film Project. It also won four prizes, including Best Poster Design, Audience Award, Best VFX and Best...

Forging ahead in academic rankings

News - 23 August, 2018

RMIT continues to advance on the global stage with further gains made in the 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

Camp trains future leaders

News - 22 August, 2018

Seventy-five exceptional RMIT students improved their leadership skills, and their futures, at an intensive three-day off-site Leadership Camp this month at Giang Dien Waterfall Eco Resort outside of Ho Chi Minh City.

Teachers awarded for preparing students for life and work

News - 13 August, 2018

Three outstanding teachers have won the RMIT Vietnam 2018 Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award for their exceptional contributions to student learning.

Snooze mobiles: how vibrations in cars make drivers sleepy

News - 06 August, 2018

New research has found the natural vibrations of cars make people sleepier, affecting concentration and alertness levels just 15 minutes after drivers get behind the wheel.

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