RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

Young Spikes Creative Academy a priceless experience for students

News - 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

News - 21 October, 2016

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

27.5 Billion in Scholarships Awarded to Celebrate 15th Anniversary

News - 27 September, 2016

RMIT Vietnam has announced winners of 98 scholarships with a value of more than 27.5 billion VND ($1,2m) to prospective & current students.

Alumni wins at Harvard Conference in Hong Kong

News - 26 September, 2016

RMIT Vietnam graduate Pham Ngoc Bao Tran & her team won first place at Harvard Project for Asian & International Relations 2016 Asia conference.

Young leaders on changing the community

News - 19 September, 2016

Five prominent student leaders exhibited their ideas in social responsibility & community service at an international leadership symposium in Hanoi.

RMIT rises in global rankings

News - 15 September, 2016

The quality of RMIT’s research and education has been recognised, with the University rising in two major global ranking systems.

Students excel at Vietnam Young Spikes Awards 2016

News - 12 September, 2016

RMIT Vietnam students impressed during a local competition of the Spikes Asia, the Asia Pacific's annual creativity festival.

Design students receive awards boost

News - 08 September, 2016

Three RMIT Vietnam Bachelor of Design students have gained international recognition by earning places in the semi-finals of the Adobe Design Awards.

Top teachers transform learning experience

News - 16 August, 2016

3 outstanding lecturers won RMIT Vietnam 2016 Excellence in Teaching Awards. Find out more.

Student speaks at Global Education Dialogues

News - 22 July, 2016

RMIT Vietnam student Nguyen Ho Thao Nguyen presented on the issue of student employability at the British Council’s policy dialogue forum.

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