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RMIT Vietnam alumnus wins coveted management trainee position

News - 21 March, 2016

At just 24 years old Bachelor of Commerce graduate Bang Nguyen (Daniel) is already on track to lead a major business division for multinational company Jardine Matheson.

Young author competition inspires RMIT writer

News - 26 February, 2016

Fresh RMIT Vietnam graduate Huynh Ngoc Sang was a finalist in the Tiki Young Author writing contest which attracted more than 2,200 entries.

Obama inspires future business leader

News - 15 January, 2016

Hearing US President Barack Obama’s words on how young people can make the world a better place has inspired an RMIT Vietnam alumnus in his quest to become an entrepreneur.

Double happiness for alumni - with RMIT as matchmaker!

News - 13 January, 2016

Two RMIT Vietnam alumni had the perfect month – in December 2015 they graduated AND married!

5gio sang brings children together

News - 06 January, 2016

RMIT Vietnam students recently gave disadvantaged children from orphanages the opportunity to play soccer with students from international schools and the sports institute in Ho Chi Minh City.

RMIT Vietnam champions of 2015

News - 24 December, 2015

At the end of 2015 RMIT Vietnam takes pride in the year’s achievements - and the best evidence is in our students and alumni.

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.

Winning President’s Award graduates pledge optimism and perseverance

News - 07 December, 2015

RMIT Vietnam graduates Nguyen Thuc Hien and Nguyen Vinh Bao were presented with the university’s prestigious President’s Award at the 2015 graduation ceremony.

Win-win for graduates working in hospitality

News - 02 October, 2015

The hospitality industry is booming in Vietnam and RMIT Vietnam graduates are grabbing the opportunities with both hands.

Narrowing the gap between academia and industry

News - 11 August, 2015

RMIT Vietnam alumnus and RMIT Australia PhD student Duy Dang-Pham is looking forward to returning to Vietnam to contribute his academic learning to industry.

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