RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 25 February, 2019Researchers have used artificial intelligence (AI) to support the instant diagnosis of one of the top causes of blindness – diabetes-related eye disease – in its earliest stages.
News - 20 February, 2019RMIT Vietnam has been shortlisted in the Teaching and Learning Strategy of the Year category of the inaugural Times Higher Education Awards Asia.
News - 18 February, 2019After taking a gap year to give back to his community by co-founding a social initiative, RMIT Vietnam’s 2017 President’s Award recipient Mai Duc Hieu took to the seas to share his experiences with youth from all over Southeast Asia and Japan.
News - 14 February, 2019How can you recycle the world’s stockpiles of treated sewage sludge and boost sustainability in the construction industry, all at the same time? Turn those biosolids into bricks.
News - 01 February, 2019As Hanoi entered its coldest winter in a decade, a group of students from RMIT Vietnam’s Business Chapter, along with several alumni, launched a campaign to provide disadvantaged people with warmth.
News - 30 January, 2019For a senior student majoring in civil engineering whose future job will involve designing and constructing bridges and roads, a real-world project is more effective than a three-hour exam for evaluating competency and knowledge.
News - 23 January, 2019A team of four RMIT Vietnam students has won the national round of the KPMG Innovation & Collaboration Challenge (KICC) 2019 with their innovative idea to tackle food wastage in Vietnam.
News - 18 January, 2019Inspired by the idea of bringing families closer together, an RMIT Vietnam student has redesigned the popular Hasbro© game Monopoly to celebrate the upcoming Vietnamese Lunar New Year, also known as Tết Nguyên Đán.
Media release - 18 January, 2019RMIT University Vietnam and Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Vietnam (Bosch) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance the existing collaboration between the two organisations.
News - 15 January, 2019The International Labor Organization (ILO) believes that Vietnam will be among the most-impacted countries by Industry 4.0, leading to opportunities for highly skilled workers.