Strong relationships with industry

RMIT University Vietnam has always enjoyed strong relationships with industry leaders in Vietnam, and we offer many benefits to the organisations with whom we connect. We believe that a long term, ongoing relationship between a university, its students, and business innovators in the region is a mutually beneficial cycle:

  • Industry provides input into the University;
  • This helps the University to shape students into graduates that are more suitable for industry’s short and long term needs;
  • The graduates’ unique skill set, developed based on industry trends, makes them more likely to excel in their careers;
  • …Which means industry is employing the best people for the job.

Add to that RMIT’s workforce development options, tailored for the needs of industry partners, and it's win win win! Read on to see how your involvement with RMIT University Vietnam can be a win for your organisation.

Employ our students & graduates

Whether you're looking for a short-term intern, part-time employees, or hoping to recruit your next future CEO, we can help.

Engage with our students and alumni

Why our students are different

RMIT Vietnam students gain many of the same advantages as students who study abroad, while still understanding the local context.

Find out what makes our students special

Raise your profile on campus

The more students know about you, the more likely they are to want to work for you. Find out how to connect with our current student body.

Read more about raising your profile

Industry News

13 February, 2017
Design Bachelor (Digital Media),Nguyen Anh Duy,his team launch Caro Journal, a publication for young people enjoying looking at life through a...
23 January, 2017
Bachelor of Business students showcased their readiness for work at the Applied Entrepreneurship expo last week.
19 January, 2017
An Industry Fellow in RMIT Vietnam harnessed his lifelong passion for toys to create Son Tinh, Thuy Tinh – a set of figurines from Vietnamese...
06 January, 2017
Twenty-six international students from RMIT Melbourne have spent three weeks engaged in the Culture & Context in Vietnam course by RMIT Vietnam.
23 December, 2016
RMIT Executive MBA alumnus Shane Dillon is the co-founder of the largest, most diverse community of international students in Asia, the International...
19 December, 2016
Nearly 100 business leaders attended an event to help RMIT students expand their professional network & learn about the startup sector.