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What makes every day Valentine Day?

News - 19 January, 2018

It might be something as simple as an everyday act of caring, according to RMIT Vietnam students who conducted a ten-week research project for Wipro Unza Group, a manufacturer of leading brands across Asia.

Fashion lecturer studies Vietnam’s ethnic dresses

News - 17 January, 2018

Victoria Eskdale, Associate Lecturer in RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design, journeyed to the mountains of northern Vietnam to learn about the traditional fashion of ethnic minority groups.

Fit.n.Grit: A story about determination

News - 16 January, 2018

The philosophy behind Fit.n.Grit is all in the name – a healthy body combined with a strong will to succeed.

Swallowable sensors reveal mysteries of human gut health

News - 15 January, 2018

Findings from the first human trials of a breakthrough gas-sensing swallowable capsule could revolutionise the way that gut disorders and diseases are prevented and diagnosed.

Student project raises awareness of mental health issues

News - 12 January, 2018

Thirteen and a half million Vietnamese people (roughly 15 per cent of the population) suffer from a diagnosable mental illness, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), as reported in December 2016.

Living alleys: RMIT Vietnam project captures urban life

News - 09 January, 2018

A group of RMIT Vietnam researchers have developed a creative archive of urban living in the alleys (hẻm in Vietnamese) of District 4, Ho Chi Minh City.

RMIT: Where We Belong

News - 02 January, 2018

Cultivating a sense of belonging is essential to creating life-changing educational experiences for students. When students feel connected to their university community – whether that is to a club, a program, or the university community as a whole...

Most read stories of 2017

News - 28 December, 2017

This has been a banner year for RMIT Vietnam. We launched new programs and projects, and our staff, students, and alumni continued to achieve great things in life and work. Here are this year’s top 5 stories according to our website readers.

How does technological advancement impact human interpreters?

News - 28 December, 2017

According to RMIT Vietnam’s Associate Professor Dr Duong Thi Hoang Oanh, professional interpreters need not fear being replaced by technology.

X Run no obstacle for staff and students

News - 22 December, 2017

More than 300 staff and students scaled walls and leapt over barriers last Saturday as they took on the 2017 RMIT X Run obstacle course.

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