RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

Accounting quiz

News - 26 August, 2008

Students from RMIT International University Vietnam will pit their skills against each other in a "battle of the accounting brains" tomorrow to prove that working with numbers really can be fun.

Big opportunities emerging for graduates in ‘hot’ new areas

News - 07 August, 2008

Big new opportunities are opening up for university graduates in areas of industry that are currently not well recognised in Vietnam.

Big opportunities emerging for graduates in ‘hot’ new areas

News - 07 August, 2008

Big new opportunities are opening up for university graduates in areas of industry that are currently not well recognised in Vietnam.

Scholarship opportunities as Vietnam goes online

News - 04 August, 2008

New opportunities are opening up for graduates in Vietnam as businesses worldwide move to make more of their services available to customers on the internet, according to experts at RMIT International University Vietnam.

Lord Hastings (KPMG International) at RMIT Vietnam forum

News - 15 July, 2008

People who succeed in business must be willing to share the benefits of their wealth with those who are less fortunate, a visiting world expert on "corporate citizenship" has told a forum at RMIT International University Vietnam.

Lord Hastings (KPMG International) at RMIT Vietnam forum

News - 15 July, 2008

People who succeed in business must be willing to share the benefits of their wealth with those who are less fortunate, a visiting world expert on "corporate citizenship" has told a forum at RMIT International University Vietnam.

MBA study tour 2008

News - 03 July, 2008

Experts in international management from several countries are in Ho Chi Minh City this week as part of a special MBA study program being hosted by RMIT International University Vietnam.

VC Margaret Gardner at Globat Summit of Women 2008

News - 09 June, 2008

Universities need a "simple and stable" regulatory framework to ensure that higher education can help accelerate national development, RMIT University Vietnam Vice Chancellor President, Professor Margaret Gardner A.O.

VC Margaret Gardner at Globat Summit of Women 2008

News - 09 June, 2008

Universities need a "simple and stable" regulatory framework to ensure that higher education can help accelerate national development, RMIT University Vietnam Vice Chancellor President, Professor Margaret Gardner A.O.

Cricket Teams help school children in need

News - 09 June, 2008

The President of RMIT International University, Mr Michael Mann, has presented a gift of 12 million VND to the Anh Linh Free Primary School, on behalf of six teams making up the Saigon Cricket Association.

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