RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
Media release - 29 March, 2019After 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.
Media release - 20 March, 2019RMIT Vietnam and Q Industries Vietnam have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to boost collaboration between the two organisations.
Media release - 13 March, 2019Two educators at well-known universities in Vietnam were each recently awarded the 2019 RMIT Vietnam doctoral scholarship for women. One recipient will examine transnational programs at higher education institutions in Vietnam, and the other on...
Media release - 12 March, 2019RMIT University Vietnam and the Hinrich Foundation recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate in developing new programs which meet the needs of the global community.
News - 07 March, 2019Being an RMIT Vietnam student is about more than just attaining an international qualification. RMIT students are prepared for the world of work, generous towards the community, and adept at managing their own wellbeing and success. As they begin...
News - 06 March, 2019The world’s commentators have been speculating for months about the Trump-Kim Summit, from improving relationships and lifting sanctions, to dismantling nuclear facilities and ending missile testing. But what does the Summit mean for its host, Hanoi...
News - 18 February, 2019After taking a gap year to give back to his community by co-founding a social initiative, RMIT Vietnam’s 2017 President’s Award recipient Mai Duc Hieu took to the seas to share his experiences with youth from all over Southeast Asia and Japan.
News - 23 January, 2019A 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.
News - 07 January, 2019With 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.