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Solar panels power renewable energy initiatives

News - 31 May, 2016

Two solar powered stations have recently been installed at the University’s Saigon South campus, RMIT Vietnam.

RMIT Vietnam and partners launch TESOL Talks Hanoi

News - 26 May, 2016

RMIT Vietnam & partners launch TESOL Talks Hanoi, a speaker series for local professionals of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

RMIT Vietnam launches centre to build country’s educational capacity

News - 17 May, 2016

A Centre of Digital Excellence with the overarching goal of sharing RMIT Vietnam’s expertise in digital learning and teaching has been launched by the Australian State of Victoria’s Minister for Training and Skills, the Hon. Steve Herbert.

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 and top Malaysia university to collaborate on engineering and technology

News - 25 March, 2016

RMIT Vietnam and the Asian Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement to work together to enhance Asian education in engineering and technology.

Advanced cyber lab prepares students to keep Vietnam business safe

News - 22 January, 2016

A new cyber security lab with sophisticated facilities will prepare students to step into high-demand jobs in computer security as soon as they leave RMIT Vietnam.

Research demystifies Vietnamese online personas on Facebook

News - 19 January, 2016

Around 36 million people do it - but how and why? RMIT researchers say that the Vietnamese people using social media fall into three distinct persona groups: the Outgoing Connector, the Reserved Trustor and the Threats Perceiver.

Thousands of computers for millions of dreams

News - 23 December, 2015

RMIT Vietnam has donated 23 computers to Hoa Binh Ethnic Boarding School in Hoa Binh Province to set up a new computer lab for high school students who otherwise could not learn via the Internet.

Solar Power a promising technology for Ho Chi Minh City

News - 21 December, 2015

On any given day the sun shines for five to eight-and-a-half hours in Ho Chi Minh City, the bustling commercial capital of Vietnam and home to approximately eight million people.

RMIT Vietnam graduates ready for new global market trends

News - 04 December, 2015

As Vietnam joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) the demand for qualified employees with the global knowledge and essential skills to work in a multicultural environment will increase.