Vietnam should tackle pressure from carbon tax head-on
Imposing a carbon tax on imported goods is increasingly popular among Vietnam’s major export markets.
RMIT Vietnam to co-host a summit to advance child wellbeing in Vietnam
Vietnam Child Protection & Safeguarding Summit 2024 promotes safeguarding practices to support child protection and wellbeing, and increase collaboration among educational institutions, service providers, NGOs, industry, government agencies, and embassies in Vietnam.
Blended learning closes emerging gaps between education and employment
Blended learning, being considered as the new ‘traditional learning’, has created engaging and effective learning environments for students to learn and gain valuable skills for the future, sharing from RMIT Dean of Students Associate Professor Seng Kiat Kok.
RMIT spearheads higher education's pragmatic evolution for the AI era
While debate continues globally about artificial intelligence’s role in higher education, RMIT University has taken decisive action to reimagine higher education curricula, assessments, and learning analytics for the age of AI.