October 2016

October 2016

TRG and RMIT: 15 years of providing opportunity

28 October, 2016

TRG International has participated in RMIT Vietnam’s internship program, offering students the opportunity to learn about & transition into the IT industry.

Guru club - a story of peer success coaching

25 October, 2016

Born out of the need to help students in their scholarship quest, student-run Guru Club has become a hub for personal growth at RMIT Vietnam.

Student impressed with Japanese technology and craftsmanship

25 October, 2016

The co-existence of innovative technology and traditional craftsmanship in Japan impressed Master of International Business student Nguyen Vinh Bao.

RMIT Vietnam launches PhD program and doctoral scholarships for women

24 October, 2016

RMIT Vietnam President Professor Gael McDonald announced the launch of the University’s PhD program,new scholarships at an event on 24 October 2016.

RMIT Vietnam hosts 2016 Forum on Quality in Higher Education

24 October, 2016

International experts from Vietnam, Australia share their vision on higher education's quality at inaugural 2016 Forum on Quality in Higher Education.

Young Spikes Creative Academy a priceless experience for students

21 October, 2016

Participating in the Singapore Creative Academy will benefit their careers for years to come, said two Bachelor of Communication students.

Make a difference, says 2016 President’s scholarship winner

21 October, 2016

Making a difference has helped Pham Ngoc Phuong Anh win a full-tuition scholarship to RMIT Vietnam.

Newbies get ready for uni life

19 October, 2016

More than 470 new RMIT Vietnam students at both campuses will transit smoothly to university life thanks to the new Get-ready program.

Finding inspiration in innovation

19 October, 2016

2000 future students & their parents enjoy dynamic workshops, info sessions & inspirational demonstrations at Technology Experience Day.

Developing the skills for Vietnam’s IT opportunities

15 October, 2016

According to VietnamWorks, Vietnam’s information technology job market will face a shortage of 79,000 qualified workers every year until 2019.

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