Students employ fintech and blockchain for sustainability
Vietnamese students devised innovative ways of using fintech and blockchain to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at a nationwide competition hosted by RMIT University.
Emerging leadership for the future of work
Ahead of the upcoming RMIT-Deloitte HR Forum 2022, experts from the two organisations talked about post-pandemic workplace trends and what resilient leadership in the new era looks like.
Vietnamese next-gen family business leaders empowered to make impactful changes
A new generation of young and talented Vietnamese men and women has demonstrated their strong leadership skills and knowledge to help their family businesses build resilience and grow during and post the COVID-19 pandemic.
RMIT Vietnam offers PhD scholarships in design and social context
RMIT Vietnam School of Communication & Design (SCD) offers three full-time PhD scholarships in Vietnam. The scholarships are open only for Vietnamese nationals.
RMIT helps Australia Awards scholars get ready for further education
The Australia Awards have provided the opportunity to pursue further studies for thousands of Vietnamese since 1974. And for more than 700 of these awardees over the past 10 years, the path to Australia was greatly aided by RMIT University’s English Language Training program.
RMIT award winners celebrated at Staff Recognition Awards
This special event recognised staff who have gone above and beyond, as well as celebrated those who have reached significant milestones during their time at RMIT Vietnam.
RMIT students finish top of field in global creative competition
RMIT students were awarded the D&AD New Blood Awards 2022, with a project using digital and technology to motivate online learners.
AI emerging trends you can’t ignore
What are the most anticipated Artificial Intelligence (AI) trends and their implications on the Vietnam job market? RMIT Vietnam’s senior lecturer in AI and software engineering Dr Dinh Ngoc Minh shared his insights.
Enlighten mindfulness from a scientific perspective
Historically embedded in Buddhist traditions, mindfulness is gaining a growing interest in both healthcare settings and mainstream practices. A semantic map generated by RMIT researchers provides an overview of the classifications and shared definitions of mindfulness across research domains.
The war in Ukraine led to a war in logistics | FBNC World News Weekly Talk
The Russia-Ukraine conflict and sanctions on Russia have caused widespread disruption to global shipping and are likely to increase ongoing supply chain disruption. RMIT Lecturer Dr Majo George analysed the effects on the shipping industry, increased transportation costs and freight rates, as well as the near future for the logistics and supply chain industry in the world.
How the war in Ukraine is reshaping global trade & investment | FBNC World News Weekly Talk
RMIT Economics lecturer Dr Daniel Borer analysed the impact of the Russia –Ukraine conflict on global trade and investment. He emphasised gasoline price increase, rising inflation, Fed interest rates hike, and global long-term effects.
The global tourism industry: will it be a long road to recovery? | FBNC World News Weekly Talk
RMIT Senior Lecturer Dr Nuno F. Ribeiro shared pathways for the global tourism industry to recover after the pandemic and strategies for long term growth in Vietnam , especially within the APAC region. According to Dr Ribeiro, there are two avenues Vietnam should focus on within the next five to ten years including upskilling the workforce at all levels and enhancing collaboration between government and non-government sectors in the region.
Empowering women leaders in border control in Eastern and Southern Africa
A new partnership between RMIT University and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is supporting the next generation of women leaders in border control agencies across six African countries.
University students propose solutions to promote diversity and inclusion
University students put in the effort to provide practical solutions and innovative technologies to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
To be or not to be phished
Can the number of people falling for phishing attacks in Vietnam be reduced if the younger generation can become more tech-savvy? A range of cyber safety games and activities organised by RMIT Vietnam can lend a hand to address this burning question.