Our commitments

RMIT Vietnam has made a commitment to upholding international standards of best practice both in the academic space and beyond the classroom walls. Explore this section to discover the commitments we've made.


Vietnam Country Commitment

This country commitment explains the actions RMIT Vietnam will take for the years ahead to fulfil our promises and societal responsibilities. Being a part of Vietnam is both an opportunity and a privilege, and we approach our role here seriously and with great pride.

Group of students of multiple ethnicities in a meeting

Learning & Teaching

RMIT Vietnam is committed to providing a transformative student experience through inclusive teaching and interactive, student-centred learning. The teaching and learning model at RMIT Vietnam is based on international best practice and includes classroom learning experiences, facilitated online and self-directed learning, peer learning and the development of employability skills.


Quality assurance

RMIT Vietnam seeks to apply modern quality management and quality assurance principles and processes to all of its operations.

RMIT Vietnam is subject to a five-year audit cycle by the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQUA), an independent agency created to monitor and report on the quality standards and practices of Australian universities operating both in Australia and overseas.

landscape ho chi minh city

Thinking green at RMIT

Sustainability is a key platform in the development of RMIT Vietnam. Along with RMIT University, we are committed to reducing our environmental footprint and providing a safe and “green” university for students and staff as part of our corporate social responsibility. By fostering a green culture within the University community and beyond that encourages staff, students, service providers and the general public to make changes in their day-to-day lives, both at work and at home, we can all help minimise our impact on the environment.