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RMIT Vietnam student creativity on display at bigger! exhibition

Media release - 15 November, 2017

RMIT Vietnam’s annual creative showcase bigger! was launched at the University’s Saigon South campus in mid-November and will be held at Hanoi campus from 20-26 November, displaying student works from the School of Communication & Design.

Building careers in creative industries

News - 15 November, 2017

Workshops for students at RMIT Vietnam’s Career Week at its Saigon South campus engage top employers from creative industries to share experiences and comment on students’ creative work.

MOU to boost continuous medical education for pharmacists in Vietnam

Media release - 13 November, 2017

A partnership between educational institutions and business groups is set to contribute to the development of continuous medical education for pharmacists in Vietnam.

Student virtual reality project showcased in Japan

News - 13 November, 2017

Bachelor of Design (Digital Media) students recently presented their virtual reality application Dyslexic City at the Asia Pacific Dyslexia Festival 2017 in Tokyo, Japan.

Vietnam faces shortage of interpreters

News - 10 November, 2017

As the number of multinational businesses in Vietnam increases, so too does the demand for skilled interpreters. At the moment, however, this demand is not being met.

Closer to where you belong

News - 09 November, 2017

Last semester 27 RMIT Vietnam students and alumni submitted creative projects about their journey to find belonging at university, as part of the Where We Belong Creative Contest.

Young filmmaker wins prestigious RMIT Vietnam scholarship

News - 08 November, 2017

At only 18 years of age, Nguyen Phuong Uy Viet produced two short films. Now, having won RMIT Vietnam’s President’s Scholar award, Viet will be supported as he continues to pursue big dreams as a filmmaker.

RMIT fosters open educational resources

News - 06 November, 2017

At the recent CODE Education Conference, presenters from RMIT Vietnam’s Library showcased the University’s use of open educational resources (OERs).

President’s Scholars focused on the future

News - 03 November, 2017

The RMIT Vietnam President’s Scholar award is the University’s most prestigious scholarship given to outstanding high school students who have achieved exemplary academic grades and demonstrated outstanding community engagement and leadership...

For a greener generation

News - 01 November, 2017

More than 550 primary school students and parents elevated their awareness of the environment after enjoying the recent Green Fair organised by RMIT Vietnam’s Green Generation Club.