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Preparing Gen Z for a new world of work

News - 14 May, 2019

As 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.

Break Free From Plastic grant launches zero-waste campaign

News - 23 April, 2019

Plastic waste in Vietnam is hard to ignore. Plastic bottles, bags and containers fill storm drains, pollute rivers and canals and line roadsides, and many shops give customers bags even for one item.

Improving learner engagement in English teaching

News - 09 April, 2019

RMIT Vietnam recently organised its annual Teacher Talks, a professional development series for the English-teaching community in Vietnam, in Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City.

RMIT ranks among world’s best for impact

News - 09 April, 2019

RMIT ranks among world’s best for impact

A holistic approach to health

News - 05 April, 2019

As World Health Day approaches, it’s important to keep in mind that this subject covers more than just physical health, as mental health is just as important to an individual’s wellbeing.

Upcycling project instils sustainable thinking

News - 02 April, 2019

RMIT fashion merchandising students have gained deep understanding of fashion sustainability from their hands-on experience in H&M’s upcycling project.

Celebrating cultural diversity

News - 01 April, 2019

Building a culture of diversity and inclusion is one of RMIT’s core values.

More than 100 scholarships available to study at RMIT Vietnam

Media release - 13 March, 2019

RMIT Vietnam will award 112 scholarships with a total value of VND33 billion for local and international students in its 2019 scholarship program.

RMIT students create warm winter for the poor

News - 01 February, 2019

As Hanoi entered its coldest winter in a decade, a group of students from RMIT Vietnam’s Business Chapter, along with several alumni, launched a campaign to provide disadvantaged people with warmth.

RMIT trains local educators on authentic assessment

News - 30 January, 2019

For a senior student majoring in civil engineering whose future job will involve designing and constructing bridges and roads, a real-world project is more effective than a three-hour exam for evaluating competency and knowledge.