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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.

RMIT Vietnam awards more than 33 billion VND in scholarships in 2017

Media release - 24 October, 2017

RMIT University Vietnam has awarded 111 scholarships with a value of more than 33 billion VND to prospective and current students.

New students get first taste of university life

News - 20 October, 2017

This week marks the beginning of an important journey for hundreds of students at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South and Hanoi City campuses.

Alumnus creates free first-aid app for Vietnamese speakers

News - 19 October, 2017

RMIT Vietnam Bachelor of Commerce graduate Ho Thai Binh has founded So Cap Cuu - First Aid SSVN, the first mobile application that offers free first-aid instructions for Vietnamese speakers.

A culture of healthy debate

News - 13 October, 2017

RMIT Vietnam UniSTART Learning Skills Program Developer Joshua Reed has contributed to a piece by national daily newspaper Tuoi Tre focused on the culture of healthy public debate in Vietnam.

Hanoi Founder’s Day Carnival: Where we belong

News - 09 October, 2017

The annual Founder’s Day Carnival is a chance for RMIT Vietnam students, alumni, and staff and their families to gather and build a stronger community – while having lots of fun!

A Canvas of creativity

News - 09 October, 2017

RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design is showcasing creative student works at Canvas, its first off-campus exhibition, at L’Usine Cafe in Ho Chi Minh City.

Energy integration – a path to regional sustainability in APEC

News - 11 September, 2017

An RMIT Vietnam lecturer’s research has found that energy demand is converging in countries across the APEC region, a finding that supports integration of energy policies, and also contributes to APEC’s discussions this year.

RMIT Vietnam making education accessible to all

Media release - 07 September, 2017

RMIT Vietnam President Professor Gael McDonald recently spoke on education accessibility at the 2017 Innovation Forum, held at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus.

Students share what makes them feel belonging

News - 21 August, 2017

Last week hundreds of RMIT Vietnam students reflected on their sense of belonging to the RMIT community at the Where We Belong photo wall event.