RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT alumnus youngest editor on VTV

News - 29 October, 2019

RMIT alumnus Nguyen Thu Ha always knew she wanted to work in the media.

Hanoi-inspired typography designed to celebrate creative city

News - 29 October, 2019

Inspired by Hanoi’s signature identity and rich history, a distinct typeface has been designed that’s dedicated to celebrating Hanoi as a creative city.

RMIT students win big at national round of regional data competition

Media release - 24 September, 2019

RMIT Vietnam students took home the top three prizes at the national round of the ASEAN Data Science Explorers (ASEANDSE) 2019.

RMIT Career Fair 2019 introduces a talent pool of students to corporates

Media release - 19 September, 2019

As part of RMIT Career Week 2019 at Hanoi and Saigon South campuses, the Career Fair emphasised the school's core mission to deliver an excellent learning experience, as well as preparing students for their future.

RMIT alumnus empowers Hong Kong foreign domestic workers through education

News - 11 September, 2019

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Nguyen Hong Phuc decided to leave behind her glamorous corporate management job to teach at a non-profit organisation, helping educate domestic workers in Hong Kong.

Alumnus blazes financial journalism trail

News - 23 July, 2019

Nguyen Thi Nam Phuong, a 2014 RMIT Vietnam graduate in Professional Communication, has spent the last five years learning the ropes of financial journalism in Ho Chi Minh City.

Women’s Empowerment Club creates greater community impact in HCMC

News - 15 July, 2019

Dedicated to empowering women and creating positive change in Ho Chi Minh City from conception, the Women’s Empowerment Club (WEC) has expanded its role to include hands-on community projects to make an immediate impact on a larger scale.

RMIT Vietnam student takes home University’s top business award

News - 25 June, 2019

Uyen La (Bachelor of Business, Economics & Finance) has been awarded the prestigious Business Medal as part of RMIT University’s annual Prize Giving, making her the first student in Vietnam to win the award.

Successful young author embarks on new chapter

News - 19 April, 2019

Tran Hong My Dung, a top graduate of the Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) program in 2018, loves sharing tips about studying abroad, popular professions and lifestyles with young readers through her writing.

A well-rounded year for RMIT students

News - 07 March, 2019

Being an RMIT Vietnam student is about more than just attaining an international qualification. RMIT students are prepared for the world of work, generous towards the community, and adept at managing their own wellbeing and success. As they begin...

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