RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 15 July, 2019Dedicated to empowering women and creating positive change in Ho Chi Minh City from conception, the Women’s Empowerment Club (WEC) has expanded its role to include hands-on community projects to make an immediate impact on a larger scale.
News - 25 June, 2019Uyen La (Bachelor of Business, Economics & Finance) has been awarded the prestigious Business Medal as part of RMIT University’s annual Prize Giving, making her the first student in Vietnam to win the award.
News - 19 April, 2019Tran 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.
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 - 18 January, 2019Inspired 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.
News - 26 December, 2018As we approach the end of another jam-packed and exciting year at RMIT Vietnam, it’s the perfect time to highlight and reflect on the top stories from the last 12 months.
News - 05 November, 2018RMIT Vietnam student Nguyen Thi Minh Chau has built a rich portfolio of music video (MV) scripts, including the recent viral hit Em gai mua (The rain sister).
News - 29 October, 2018When Chi Vu received a call for a job opening from Google, she was ecstatic but hesitant. After all, she did not get the last two roles she applied for at the company. “Am I smart enough for Google?” she wondered.
News - 20 September, 2018These 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...