RMIT prepares fashion students for a post-COVID-19 world in the retail sector
Since Topshop staged the world’s first virtual catwalk in 2014, the fashion industry has transformed to bring a whole new experience to its customers through immersive technologies, like digital ‘try-before-you-buy’ and ‘in-store’ initiatives.
RMIT Film-making Talent Search Competition nurtures budding filmmakers
The Film-making Talent Search Competition offer high school students an opportunity to showcase their creativity and talents, and to gain in-depth knowledge on film making.
RMIT launches new fashion program
A shift in focus for RMIT University’s fashion program has placed it in the best position to produce work-ready graduates for the global fashion industry.
Teaching design online becomes part of RMIT’s “new normal”
Shifting creative study programs, such as design, into an online environment might be met with scepticism in conventional higher education, but the recent success at RMIT has subverted this idea.
Vietnam’s fashion and textile industries must become sustainable to survive
Reducing environmental pollution and achieving sustainability are the key factors for Vietnam’s fashion and textile manufacturing industries to maintain their competitive edge, according to academic researcher.
How to optimise the online learning experience
More than just a temporary solution during the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering education online is a chance for schools and teachers to innovate and completely embrace the digital era. RMIT University (Vietnam) academics share how the transition can be done.