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RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

Alumnus publishes book on advice for new graduates

News - 17 May, 2018

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Le Tuan Anh knows what he wants to do with his career: help new graduates across Vietnam find their true calling. He has published a new book for just this purpose.

RMIT Vietnam alumni flourish at international consulting group

News - 17 May, 2018

The local office of Amaris International, the global technology and management consulting group, currently employs over 25 RMIT Vietnam alumni, and specifically seeks out graduates of the University.

RMIT Vietnam hosts first Alumni Business Exhibitions

News - 15 May, 2018

RMIT Vietnam, in partnership with the Australia Alumni in Vietnam group, organised the inaugural Alumni Business Exhibition on 5 and 12 May in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, respectively.

Alumnus puts her all into style app

News - 02 May, 2018

After receiving a healthy round of investment through Shark Tank Vietnam, RMIT Vietnam alumnus Kinh Van Quan Dao is now working hard to scale her fashion e-commerce startup.

RMIT Vietnam promotes reading culture

News - 24 April, 2018

As readers from more than 100 countries mark World Book Day on 23 April, book lovers from across the RMIT community reflect on the status of books in Vietnam and role of the University’s Library in promoting reading.

Global connections offer new opportunities for EMBA grad

News - 11 April, 2018

“I’m still learning every day, even after finishing my EMBA,” said Gigi Le from her home in Melbourne, where she now works with the largest facilities management firm in Australia and New Zealand.

Finding creativity through exploration

News - 05 April, 2018

Throughout his academic and career journey, RMIT Vietnam alumnus Le Duc Vu has sought to explore as many creative fields as possible.

RMIT Vietnam alum designs her own path

News - 27 March, 2018

Bachelor of Design (Digital Media) alumnus Vu Vy Anh has embraced every opportunity to pursue her dream of working in the creative industry.

The Creative Director behind viral campaign Dien May Xanh

News - 12 March, 2018

RMIT Vietnam alumnus Chau Chan Quyen says he’s both artist and businessman, but at the moment he may be better known as the creative force behind Dien May Xanh – one of Vietnam’s most viral television commercial series in 2017.

Students and alumni team up on start-up projects

News - 05 March, 2018

Students in the Applied Entrepreneurship course supported RMIT Vietnam alumni last semester, pitching plans for the alumni to grow their start-up businesses.

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