RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
RMIT Vietnam Newsroom
News - 22 August, 2018Seventy-five exceptional RMIT students improved their leadership skills, and their futures, at an intensive three-day off-site Leadership Camp this month at Giang Dien Waterfall Eco Resort outside of Ho Chi Minh City.
News - 20 August, 2018RMIT Vietnam recently held its first study tours, intensive three-week courses on commercialisation and photography, respectively.
News - 20 August, 2018A strong passion for entrepreneurship, plus an urge to have an impact, have led an RMIT Bachelor of Commerce alumnus through the challenging journey of starting his own business.
News - 14 August, 2018Lam Huy Ngan, a Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) alumnus, known as Jo, has won customers’ hearts through the stories she tells about her fashion brands: Jamlos and Rustea.
News - 13 August, 2018RMIT Vietnam researchers have recently concluded extensive research on Vietnam’s ongoing state-owned enterprise (SOE) equitisation, a process seen as a key step as the country continues to develop its economy.
News - 13 August, 2018Three outstanding teachers have won the RMIT Vietnam 2018 Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award for their exceptional contributions to student learning.
News - 10 August, 2018Three senior researchers from RMIT Vietnam’s School of Business & Management are available to comment on the equitisation of Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises, based on the research report Moving Ahead: How to Accelerate SOE Equitisation in...
Media release - 08 August, 2018The inaugural Vietnam International Economics Research Symposium, held today at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus, provided a platform for international academics to exchange research ideas and discuss economic policies to support economic growth...
News - 08 August, 2018Last month, RMIT Vietnam hosted an episode of the Quoc Khanh Show with three RMIT-affiliated panellists sharing their expertise on the country’s startup industry.
News - 06 August, 2018New research has found the natural vibrations of cars make people sleepier, affecting concentration and alertness levels just 15 minutes after drivers get behind the wheel.