RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
Media release - 13 June, 2019The Victorian Minister for Higher Education and Training and Skills, the Honourable Gayle Tierney, visited RMIT’s Ho Chi Minh City campus yesterday.
News - 07 June, 2019A facial recognition monitoring system for retail management, developed by an RMIT engineering student, received the Best Student Project Prize in the IT/Engineering area at the RMIT Industry Networking Night & Student Projects Showcase.
News - 03 June, 2019Besides impacting nearly every aspect of everyday life, new technologies are also changing and disrupting the financial industry and the way consumers and firms access financial services.
News - 27 May, 2019In 2019, it is a common refrain that print is dead, whether that be printed books or publications, like magazines and newspapers. However, this is not entirely true, as these mediums remain popular among many readers, both young and old.
Media release - 27 May, 2019Two hundred and fifty delegates from 22 countries gathered together at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus for a 3-day event to share and discuss the best practices in navigating career development in the age of Industry 4.0.
Media release - 20 May, 2019RMIT University Vietnam has become the first university in Vietnam to attain formal accreditation for its Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality Management program from the Institute of Hospitality (United Kingdom).
News - 14 May, 2019As the Fourth Industrial Revolution picks up speed, humankind is witnessing dramatic fundamental shifts in the way we live, how we socialise, and how we work.
Media release - 02 May, 2019RMIT Vietnam has been named 'The Most Winning University' at the Vietnam Young Lions 2019, a prestigious annual creative competition held in Ho Chi Minh City recently, with three students being awarded gold, six students winning silver, and two...
News - 24 April, 2019World Book Day, the biggest event of its kind, honours and celebrates the contributions of authors, illustrators, books and reading around the globe.
Media release - 24 April, 2019An ongoing collaboration with Vulcan Augmetics Social Enterprise, a start-up that produces modular, affordable prosthetics, has enhanced the engineering and technology skills of RMIT Vietnam students.