RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
Media release - 15 November, 2017RMIT Vietnam’s annual creative showcase bigger! was launched at the University’s Saigon South campus in mid-November and will be held at Hanoi campus from 20-26 November, displaying student works from the School of Communication & Design.
News - 15 November, 2017Workshops for students at RMIT Vietnam’s Career Week at its Saigon South campus engage top employers from creative industries to share experiences and comment on students’ creative work.
News - 13 November, 2017Bachelor of Design (Digital Media) students recently presented their virtual reality application Dyslexic City at the Asia Pacific Dyslexia Festival 2017 in Tokyo, Japan.
News - 09 November, 2017Last semester 27 RMIT Vietnam students and alumni submitted creative projects about their journey to find belonging at university, as part of the Where We Belong Creative Contest.
News - 08 November, 2017At only 18 years of age, Nguyen Phuong Uy Viet produced two short films. Now, having won RMIT Vietnam’s President’s Scholar award, Viet will be supported as he continues to pursue big dreams as a filmmaker.
News - 20 October, 2017This week marks the beginning of an important journey for hundreds of students at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South and Hanoi City campuses.
News - 13 October, 2017Imaginative and well-planned teaching is at the heart of a transformative student experience. Associate Lecturer Linda Nguyen from RMIT Vietnam talks to us about how she draws on contemporary instructional design to create the best possible learning...
News - 09 October, 2017RMIT 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.
News - 20 September, 2017School of Communication & Design students showcased their ability to think differently and creatively about industry and social trends at an end-of-semester showcase last week.
News - 11 September, 2017The Australian Alumni in Vietnam Video Competition 2017 showed how Vietnamese students in Australia transformed themselves as a result of studying in a different culture.