RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT competition boosts high school students’ Tech Genius

News - 05 October, 2016

Three students from Gia Dinh High school won the best project team prize for creating a wall climbing robot at RMIT Vietnam’s TechGenius 2016.

RMIT Bachelor of Engineering student sets sights on a 3D future

News - 29 September, 2016

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronics) (Honours) student Nguyen Phuong Duy wants to bring 3D printing to Vietnamese students.

The ‘three C’s generation’: are university academics ready?

News - 20 September, 2016

An expert from Deakin University explored whether academics are embracing learning technologies to enhance their students’ learning.

Communication, mentorship and English key to success in tech

News - 16 September, 2016

RMIT Vietnam alumni offered students sage advice about entering technology job market at a recent panel discussion during Career Week.

Building a career during the rise of the Internet of Things

News - 16 September, 2016

Intel Vietnam’s Director of IT Jojy Ovelil said he anticipated the rise of the Internet of Things in the next 2 or 3 decades. Learn more.

Experts discuss realities of tech start-ups

News - 14 September, 2016

Four high-profile tech entrepreneurs shared what it takes to build a successful start-up during RMIT Vietnam’s Career Week.

Facebook ‘Thinks Big’ at RMIT Vietnam

News - 05 September, 2016

Facebook recently held its first ever 24-hour Hackathon in Vietnam at RMIT’s Saigon South campus.

Pokémon Go signals the rise of augmented (and virtual) reality

News - 11 August, 2016

Now that Pokémon Go has captured the attention of Vietnam – as it has the rest of the world – and people are engrossed in capturing Jigglypuff and Zubat, we ask: What’s next?

Vietnam’s burgeoning (RM)IT industry

News - 08 August, 2016

With a dynamic startup scene & a high standard of low-cost living, it might not surprise to hear HCMC being touted as ‘the next potential Silicon Valley’.

Technology disrupting how we learn and live

News - 02 August, 2016

Why have universities utilised the lecture as a teaching tool for so long, knowing that it is a poor way to learn?