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Leadership Camp gives students hands-on training

News - 16 August, 2017

RMIT Vietnam held its first-ever Leadership Camp from 29-30 July at its Saigon South campus.

How newbies find belonging at RMIT

News - 04 August, 2017

New RMIT Vietnam undergraduate students recently documented the first moments of their university life in the inaugural My First University Project.

RMIT Vietnam alumnus puts freestyle football on the map

News - 25 July, 2017

Le Anh Tuan - RMIT Vietnam (Bachelor of Commerce) graduate happening to be one of the best exponents of freestyle football in Asia, a pioneer here.

Founder’s Day Carnival: We all belong

News - 18 July, 2017

The annual celebration, which took place at Saigon South campus last weekend, brought together nearly 2,000 attendees.

Industry Advisory Board Boosts Industry Collaboration

News - 12 July, 2017

The Industry Advisory Board at RMIT Vietnam aims to provide insights from an industry perspective & help foster collaboration between industry & academia.

RMIT Vietnam’s Learning Lab links students with success

News - 10 July, 2017

An online learning tool sponsored by RMIT Vietnam’s Centre of Digital Excellence enhances RMIT’s position as a leader in Vietnam’s education community.

Asian education ministers group visits RMIT on training mission

News - 19 June, 2017

More than 30 delegates from the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation, Regional Training Centre (SEAMEO RETRAC) paid a visit to RMIT Vietnam as part of a regular training program.

Student rejects scholarship from another university to study at RMIT

News - 08 June, 2017

Huynh Ba Ha An is a first-year Economics & Finance student who turned down a scholarship from another university so that he could study at RMIT.

RMIT Goodwill Cup raises money for elementary students

News - 05 June, 2017

Hosted by RMIT Vietnam Saigon South Football Club, in collaboration with HCMC Student Cultural House, the 2017 Goodwill Cup has raised 30 million VND for the Ninh Gia school in Lam Dong province.

Kong: Skull island director inspires RMIT students

News - 22 May, 2017

The director of Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, toured the RMIT Vietnam Hanoi campus recently and had an opportunity to talk with students.