Celebrating 20 years in Vietnam

Our journey

Founded in Melbourne in 1887, RMIT was driven by the contribution it could make to the community. This remains a central part of our identity wherever we operate.

Our decision to open campuses in Vietnam was motivated by the same desire. In 2000, RMIT Vietnam established itself and eventually welcomed its first cohort in early 2001. 

From day one, we want to make an impactful contribution to Vietnam, especially through the lives of the young people we help shape.

Two decades on, with 9,500 students and 15,000 alumni, our impact in Vietnam is long-lasting. 


RMIT Vietnam - 20th Anniversary Publication

'Vietnam Leads' Policy Workshop Series

Staff and Students Events

RMIT’s 20th Anniversary in Vietnam is a year-long celebration. There are several activities and events for members of RMIT community to get involved throughout 2020 to mid-next year.

20 Green Challenges


We are constantly thinking of ways to be more eco-friendly towards our planet. Now it’s your turn.

Celebrate RMIT Vietnam 20th Anniversary with #RMIT20GreenChallenges!

For more info: RMIT Vietnam Green Generation Club Facebook fanpage

Accessibility Design Competition 


Through the Accessibility Design Competition, RMIT seeks innovative, inclusive design and ideas to enable people with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities to access, function and excel in working environment. The final solutions can be presented in the form of a hardware prototype, a design for communication, an ideas ready to be implemented.


Birthday messages to RMIT Vietnam

RMIT Vietnam 20th Anniversary​ - Happy Birthday wishes from students

We received several submissions from our students with endearing photos of themselves in front of the Anniversary’s decorations on campus, enclosed with their beautiful birthday wishes to RMIT Vietnam. We would like to thank every single student who participated in the activity.

Click above to browse the top 10 entries awarded and their lovely messages!

Staff Recognition & Long Service Awards


79 staff members were recognised for their commitment and service to RMIT University, and living the RMIT values.

The staff awards were broken down into three categories - Long Service (5, 10, 15 and 20 years of service), Distinguished Service, and Living our RMIT Values (inclusion, imagination, impact, passion, agility and courage). 

This year, as our University celebrates its 20-year anniversary in Vietnam, so too does Long Service Award recipient Ngo Van Thuan who is celebrating his 20th year of service to RMIT in 2020.

RMIT Vietnam 20th Anniversary - Alumni Video Series

Trailer - RMIT Vietnam Alumni video series

Here are the proud and notable alumni of RMIT Vietnam. Watch their videos to see how their journeys continued after graduating from RMIT.


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