RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

PhD graduate explores the human element in cyber security

News - 08 December, 2016

RMIT PhD graduate Dr. Pham Cong Hiep was awarded his doctorate with research about the implications of cyber security on IT users & security professionals.

Dr Quach Thuy Quynh lands coveted RMIT award in Melbourne

News - 23 November, 2016

Dr Quynh got the 2016 A4 RMIT Vietnam Higher Education Award in Melbourne for exemplary teaching practice and enhancing student learning.

World Bank economist talks ‘Vietnam 2035’ at RMIT Hanoi

News - 30 June, 2016

Dr Sandeep Mahajan, The World Bank’s lead economist, gave a lecture on the report Vietnam 2035: Towards Prosperity, Creativity, Equity and Democracy.

Vietnam poised for success in global economy, says expert

News - 31 May, 2016

Vietnam’s economy is well-placed to take advantage of the growth of China & three significant trading agreements (TPP).

Management guru lectures at RMIT Vietnam

News - 28 April, 2016

An Australian expert in organisation studies recognised as one of the world’s top 200 management gurus has given two guest lectures at RMIT Vietnam.

Sensors technology provides smart safety solution for mining workers

News - 02 April, 2016

On-site safety in the mining industry is getting a smart technology boost, thanks to an innovative development from a team of RMIT and CSIRO researchers.

RMIT Vietnam lecturer’s research published in prestigious A-ranked journals

News - 29 March, 2016

Economics lecturer Dr Nguyen Vu Hong Thai has published his research on the effects of excess bank reserves in China in three A-ranking academic journals.

Researcher road tests best-selling textbook

News - 25 March, 2016

An RMIT Vietnam researcher has an opportunity to make many young academics green with envy – consulting for eminent academic publisher McGraw-Hill Education (Australia).

East/West divide diminishing in search for optimal business practices

News - 04 March, 2016

In this globalised business world some large corporations from eastern and western countries are adopting operating modes from each other’s cultures to gain an advantage, RMIT Vietnam researchers have found.

Research examines the value of restoring sight

News - 03 March, 2016

RMIT is working with The Fred Hollows Foundation to assess the full benefits of cataract removal and restoring sight in Vietnam.

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