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RMIT students applauded for tackling illegal rhino horn trade

News - 01 July, 2019

Six RMIT students were recognised by industry leaders at the Industry Networking & Student Showcase Night 2019 for their unique approach to addressing the illegal rhino horn trade in Vietnam.

New book shows that print is not dead

News - 27 May, 2019

In 2019, it is a common refrain that print is dead, whether that be printed books or publications, like magazines and newspapers. However, this is not entirely true, as these mediums remain popular among many readers, both young and old.

RMIT named ‘Most Winning University’ at Vietnam Young Lions 2019

Media release - 02 May, 2019

RMIT Vietnam has been named 'The Most Winning University' at the Vietnam Young Lions 2019, a prestigious annual creative competition held in Ho Chi Minh City recently, with three students being awarded gold, six students winning silver, and two...

RMIT Vietnam scholars contribute to World Book Day

News - 24 April, 2019

World Book Day, the biggest event of its kind, honours and celebrates the contributions of authors, illustrators, books and reading around the globe.

Successful young author embarks on new chapter

News - 19 April, 2019

Tran Hong My Dung, a top graduate of the Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) program in 2018, loves sharing tips about studying abroad, popular professions and lifestyles with young readers through her writing.

RMIT researcher explores unique alleys in HCMC’s District 4

News - 10 April, 2019

RMIT Vietnam lecturer Andrew Stiff is exploring the dense, vibrant hems (alleys) of Ho Chi Minh City’s District 4, a traditionally isolated area that many local residents know little about.

Upcycling project instils sustainable thinking

News - 02 April, 2019

RMIT fashion merchandising students have gained deep understanding of fashion sustainability from their hands-on experience in H&M’s upcycling project.

From espionage to retail: the evolution of RFID

News - 19 March, 2019

What do World War II fighter planes have in common with Disneyland, penguins and Walmart?

Hanoi’s heritage hand-painted typography honoured in RMIT exhibition

News - 07 March, 2019

In a city currently experiencing “massive rapid developments”, one man and his team made it their mission to capture and preserve a dying art in Hanoi.

Monopoly reinvented to celebrate Vietnamese culture

News - 18 January, 2019

Inspired by the idea of bringing families closer together, an RMIT Vietnam student has redesigned the popular Hasbro© game Monopoly to celebrate the upcoming Vietnamese Lunar New Year, also known as Tết Nguyên Đán.

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