RMIT Vietnam launches new Bachelor of Business

RMIT Vietnam launches new Bachelor of Business

RMIT Vietnam’s new Bachelor of Business provides students with flexibility on customising their own programs, cross-disciplinary knowledge and skill sets needed by contemporary business.

With the new format, students can choose from a suite of 9 majors and 14 minors, such as blockchain enabled business, business and technology, global business, logistics and supply chain, and management and change.

After completing four business foundation courses to have building blocks in year one, students can build their own program structure from up to two majors or two minors, or just focus on individual subjects and electives that interest you most. 

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In the final year, all students will undertake the compulsory Capstone Experience, a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course in which industry partners will be bringing challenges, providing feedback and mentoring, and overseeing simulated WIL tasks.

Bachelor of Business Program Director, School of Business & Management, Associate Professor Pham Cong Hiep said the program allows students to design their own program structure following their own interests and equips them with greater hands-on learning opportunities and industry engagement.

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“With accelerating changes alongside global megatrends, society and business have been fundamentally transformed. The market requires human resources who have mindsets geared towards technology and transferable skills,” Associate Professor Hiep said.

“Graduating from the program curriculum co-designed with industry to solve real-world problems, students will have the highly sought-after skills and knowledge to think innovatively across disciplines and rewrite what’s next.”

Story: Ha Hoang

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