RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 13 December, 2018“Just be a donkey,” Sister Trish Franklin AO, Founder of Loreto Vietnam-Australia Program told the sea of fresh RMIT Vietnam graduates sitting before her, as she was awarded this year’s Honorary Doctorate from RMIT University.
Media release - 07 December, 2018More than 1000 graduates of RMIT Vietnam are celebrating their achievements in front of more than 2500 family members, friends and supporters at three ceremonies that were held this week in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
News - 15 November, 2018RMIT Vietnam’s 2018 Woman in Technology Scholarship recipient Nguyen Thi Thuy Tien and President’s Scholarship recipient Nguyen Quoc Cuong are emerging tech talents who share common traits.
News - 12 November, 2018They came from different cities and towns and arrived with their own unique journeys to share, but this year’s seven President’s Scholar recipients all had one thing in common: they embody RMIT’s core values.
News - 09 November, 2018Nguyen Ngoc Lien Giang used her passion for fashion, as well as plenty of imagination, to secure a Creativity Scholarship from the university.
News - 05 November, 2018After the success of the inaugural Women’s Empowerment Club, RMIT Vietnam has launched a second series of workshops aimed to connect local women to inspire positive change within their communities.
Media release - 29 October, 2018RMIT University Vietnam has awarded 110 scholarships with a value of 32 billion VND ($1.3 million) to prospective and current students at recent scholarship awards ceremonies at its Saigon South and Hanoi campuses.
News - 15 October, 2018More than 400 students, industry experts and advisors from around the world congregated at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus to facilitate, brainstorm and share ideas on innovation in Ho Chi Minh City.
News - 12 October, 2018Three groups of RMIT Vietnam students recently took part in a project which allowed them to raise awareness of sustainability issues while also enhancing their soft skills.
Media release - 17 September, 2018The second edition of Teacher Talks, a professional development series for the English-teaching community in Vietnam organised by RMIT Vietnam took place successfully across three locations in Ho Chi Minh City, Danang and Hanoi in September.