Full scholarship fuels young student’s passion for IT
Joining RMIT University on full scholarship this year, Dau Hoang Minh aims to take his passion for information technology to the next level.
RMIT students’ international winning streak
Winning three awards from two concurrent international competitions were what two RMIT Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance) students Phan Le Minh An and Vuong Anh Chien have achieved in just four months.
RMIT students rank 21st worldwide in AWS DeepRacer
Team RMIT-badger of three RMIT School of Science and Technology students ranked 21st worldwide at the AWS DeepRacer hosted by the leading global cloud services provider - Amazon Web Services.
RMIT Vietnam awards more than 47 billion VND in 2021 scholarship program
Ninety-five students from Vietnam and beyond proudly received their scholarships in a virtual ceremony hosted by RMIT Vietnam this week.
TEDx RMIT inspires young people to create their own legacy
Held entirely online for the first time, this year’s TEDx RMIT talks attracted its biggest line-up of speakers and audience under the theme “The One Legacy"
RMIT students flatten the plastic curve with award winning campaign
A team of two RMIT Vietnam students took home the third prize at the ASEAN Youth Social Journalism Contest with a social media campaign to raise awareness about plastic consumption among Vietnamese youth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
RMIT excels in graduate employability rankings
RMIT has strengthened its position amongst the top global universities, ranking 74th in the latest QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
Vietnam tourism: Light at the end of the tunnel?
As Vietnam considers a pilot program to reopen Phu Quoc island to international tourists, Dr Nuno F. Ribeiro, RMIT Senior Lecturer and Research Cluster Lead in Tourism and Hospitality Management suggests a slow and steady approach to this and any future plans to re-ignite tourism.
Get ready for the world of work virtually
The challenges posed by COVID-19 outbreaks do not stop RMIT from preparing its students to be ready for the world of work through a range of virtual career activities.
Fair global access to COVID-19 vaccines is a necessity
RMIT School of Business & Management Lecturer Dr Majo George discusses key considerations for equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines among the nations of the world.
New program supports women leadership in Customs Administration
Women’s leadership in Customs Administration was the focus of a new and innovative RMIT-supported training program with 58 participants from 11 countries.
Global ranking reputation remains strong for RMIT
RMIT has risen 18 places in the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings released today .
RMIT students win third place at regional human resource hackathon
Going up against 28 teams from Singapore and the region, a team of five RMIT students took home third place at Singapore Human Resource Institute’s (SHRI) Annual Hackathon.
Disruptive technologies are set to change how we work
The post-COVID workforce will benefit from innovations that start today, said international experts at a collaborative roundtable held by RMIT University and Deloitte.
Fintech and blockchain become interesting to students in digital age
Vietnamese students demonstrated their problem-solving skills by using blockchain and fintech to solve real-world issues through an inaugural nationwide competition, recently hosted by RMIT Vietnam.