RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 27 June, 2018Le Nhat Huyen, a recent RMIT Vietnam graduate with a Bachelor of Business (International Business) degree, says she has gained the bulk of her international leadership experience through student conferences and summits.
News - 22 June, 2018“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone,” shared RMIT Vietnam alumnus Vu Tuan Anh, who is working as an analyst at a leading data analytics company in Sydney, Australia.
News - 04 June, 2018Doan Ngoc Duy, an RMIT Vietnam alumnus and Creative Director of the Vietnam – Australia Mural Village, is living his dream as an art and design specialist and lecturer while contributing his expertise to the community.
News - 01 June, 2018From their very first day at RMIT Vietnam, students are guided along pathways that connect their studies to their future careers and lives.
News - 17 May, 2018RMIT Vietnam alumnus Le Tuan Anh knows what he wants to do with his career: help new graduates across Vietnam find their true calling. He has published a new book for just this purpose.
News - 17 May, 2018The local office of Amaris International, the global technology and management consulting group, currently employs over 25 RMIT Vietnam alumni, and specifically seeks out graduates of the University.
News - 15 May, 2018RMIT Vietnam, in partnership with the Australia Alumni in Vietnam group, organised the inaugural Alumni Business Exhibition on 5 and 12 May in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, respectively.
News - 02 May, 2018After receiving a healthy round of investment through Shark Tank Vietnam, RMIT Vietnam alumnus Kinh Van Quan Dao is now working hard to scale her fashion e-commerce startup.
News - 24 April, 2018As readers from more than 100 countries mark World Book Day on 23 April, book lovers from across the RMIT community reflect on the status of books in Vietnam and role of the University’s Library in promoting reading.
News - 11 April, 2018“I’m still learning every day, even after finishing my EMBA,” said Gigi Le from her home in Melbourne, where she now works with the largest facilities management firm in Australia and New Zealand.