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RMIT Vietnam lecturers examine feminist artworks by Vietnamese artists

News - 12 March, 2018

A group of RMIT Vietnam researchers are looking into the gender-based concerns of female Vietnamese artists in an effort to include voices from Vietnam in the global feminism discourse.

RMIT launches initiative to empower female staff

News - 09 March, 2018

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, RMIT Vietnam President Professor Gael McDonald launched RMIT Women Connect, a program to help the University’s female staff build their professional and personal identities.

Students and alumni team up on start-up projects

News - 05 March, 2018

Students in the Applied Entrepreneurship course supported RMIT Vietnam alumni last semester, pitching plans for the alumni to grow their start-up businesses.

Fundraiser a reminder to be grateful at Tet

News - 09 February, 2018

According to Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) student Nguyen Nhat Anh, we take many things for granted over Tet, the Vietnamese celebration of the Lunar New Year.

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.

Student project raises awareness of mental health issues

News - 12 January, 2018

Thirteen and a half million Vietnamese people (roughly 15 per cent of the population) suffer from a diagnosable mental illness, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), as reported in December 2016.

RMIT: Where We Belong

News - 02 January, 2018

Cultivating a sense of belonging is essential to creating life-changing educational experiences for students. When students feel connected to their university community – whether that is to a club, a program, or the university community as a whole...

Most read stories of 2017

News - 28 December, 2017

This has been a banner year for RMIT Vietnam. We launched new programs and projects, and our staff, students, and alumni continued to achieve great things in life and work. Here are this year’s top 5 stories according to our website readers.

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