Research

Research

World-class people, cutting-edge resources, and a multidisciplinary approach are the trademarks of research at RMIT.

We have a long history of involvement in research in Vietnam, from the supervision of Vietnamese PhD students, to breakthrough research in the fields of education, the environment, childhood poverty, and economic reform.

Research at RMIT aims to help solve critical global problems and to deliver significant economic, social and environmental impact. Our on-campus research environment is constantly developing, and candidates have the opportunity to work with innovative researchers.

The quality of the RMIT’s research work has been endorsed by the Australian Research Council. In the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia evaluation, RMIT was rated “well above world standard” in 13 research fields and “above world standard” in a further nine fields.

RMIT Vietnam offers Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Masters by Research degrees.


Research News

23 November, 2016
Dr Quynh got the 2016 A4 RMIT Vietnam Higher Education Award in Melbourne for exemplary teaching practice and enhancing student learning.
30 June, 2016
Dr Sandeep Mahajan, The World Bank’s lead economist, gave a lecture on the report Vietnam 2035: Towards Prosperity, Creativity, Equity and Democracy.
31 May, 2016
Vietnam’s economy is well-placed to take advantage of the growth of China & three significant trading agreements (TPP).
28 April, 2016
An Australian expert in organisation studies recognised as one of the world’s top 200 management gurus has given two guest lectures at RMIT Vietnam.
02 April, 2016
On-site safety in the mining industry is getting a smart technology boost, thanks to an innovative development from a team of RMIT and CSIRO...
29 March, 2016
Economics lecturer Dr Nguyen Vu Hong Thai has published his research on the effects of excess bank reserves in China in three A-ranking academic...