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The rising star in higher education

News - 12 September, 2018

RMIT has taken another stride forward, climbing 12 places in the latest global QS Graduate Employability Rankings released yesterday.

Students win big at Young Spikes 2018

News - 12 September, 2018

Two teams from RMIT Vietnam took home top prizes at the Young Spikes 2018 creative competition held in Ho Chi Minh City last weekend.

Career Fair connects students with industry

News - 11 September, 2018

Graduates today are entering a workforce that is increasingly more complex.

Chat show series boosts discussions on creative industries

News - 07 September, 2018

RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design recently hosted its first Creative Conversation show, welcoming Nguyen Thi Hai Ha, Co-founder and Managing Director of ClickMedia, to discuss new creative businesses in Vietnam.

RMIT Vietnam team wins second place at 48 Hour Film Project

News - 05 September, 2018

The short film titled Vọng, created by a crew named Dementia, defeated 95 competitors to come second in the national round of the 48 Hour Film Project. It also won four prizes, including Best Poster Design, Audience Award, Best VFX and Best...

Meet the little sister of My Mr. Wife

News - 27 August, 2018

Being chosen for a role in the new comedy Chang vo cua em (My Mr. Wife*) is a remarkable milestone in Tran Thanh Truc’s journey to fulfil her passion for acting.

RMIT Vietnam hosts first photography study tour

News - 20 August, 2018

RMIT Vietnam recently held its first study tours, intensive three-week courses on commercialisation and photography, respectively.

RMIT alumnus uses storytelling to propel her fashion brands

News - 14 August, 2018

Lam Huy Ngan, a Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) alumnus, known as Jo, has won customers’ hearts through the stories she tells about her fashion brands: Jamlos and Rustea.

Teachers awarded for preparing students for life and work

News - 13 August, 2018

Three outstanding teachers have won the RMIT Vietnam 2018 Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award for their exceptional contributions to student learning.

RMIT Vietnam lecturer explores visual reality in new book

News - 13 July, 2018

Martin Constable, RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design lecturer, has written a new book exploring how paintings and photographs are converging in the digital age, and what this means for the colours we see in them.

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