RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
Media release - 03 October, 2019More than 220 English language educators in Vietnam gathered to learn more about a range of innovative and tested teaching approaches focused on increasing student engagement at a recent Teacher Talks session organised and delivered by RMIT Vietnam.
News - 09 April, 2019RMIT Vietnam recently organised its annual Teacher Talks, a professional development series for the English-teaching community in Vietnam, in Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City.
News - 09 October, 2018Sans Forgetica, a new font developed by RMIT researchers and academics from different disciplines, could help people remember more of what they read.
Media release - 17 September, 2018The second edition of Teacher Talks, a professional development series for the English-teaching community in Vietnam organised by RMIT Vietnam took place successfully across three locations in Ho Chi Minh City, Danang and Hanoi in September.
Media release - 23 August, 2018The RMIT University Danang Foreign Language Training Centre was launched today in Danang at a ceremony attended by numerous dignitaries.
News - 05 June, 2018Recently more than 40 local language educators attended RMIT Vietnam’s Teacher Talks in Danang, where the focus of the professional development sessions was on creating more collaborative and engaging classrooms.
News - 25 May, 2018Students from RMIT Vietnam’s long-standing partner Sri Lanka Technological Campus (SLTC) will be able to complete the Foundation Studies Science stream in Colombo, Sri Lanka starting this September.
Media release - 24 May, 2018Saturday, 19 May 2018 marked the inaugural session of Teacher Talks, the first professional development series for the English teaching community in Vietnam organised by RMIT Vietnam.
News - 28 December, 2017According to RMIT Vietnam’s Associate Professor Dr Duong Thi Hoang Oanh, professional interpreters need not fear being replaced by technology.
News - 10 November, 2017As the number of multinational businesses in Vietnam increases, so too does the demand for skilled interpreters. At the moment, however, this demand is not being met.