RMIT facts and figures

RMIT facts and figures

RMIT University Vietnam is the Asian campus of Melbourne-based RMIT University. Established in 2000, RMIT University Vietnam brings a world-class education and globalised study environment to the heart of Asia.

Academic departments at RMIT Vietnam are grouped into four schools: 

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RMIT Figures

Number of students:
6,000

Percentage of international students:
5%

Number of scholarships:
900 scholarships worth more than 205 billion VND since 2001

Number of graduates:
11,000 since 2001

Graduate outcomes:
83.7% of employment rate; 21.2% of further study and 26.2% of self-employed (2016)

Number of undergraduate programs:
15 higher education programs in business, tourism, design, communication, technology and engineering

Number of Masters programs:
3 postgraduate programs in business and architecture

Number of PhD programs:
3 PhD programs in business, management and engineering 

Number of student clubs:

60

Number of exchange partners:
195+ partner institutions in 40 countries

Facility:
12.4 hecta across five buildings at Saigon South campus

(Updated July 2017)

RMIT Awards & Recognition

RMIT Vietnam's success as one of the leaders in learning & teaching and research has been acknowledged through recognised awards and rankings:

QS Rankings: RMIT has been ranked among the world’s best universities for engineering and IT, arts and humanities, and the social sciences, in the latest QS rankings (2017)

Golden Dragon Awards for FDI enterprises in fourteen consecutive years 2003-2016

The Top Trade Services Awards in six years 2007 - 2016 organised by the Ministry of Industry & Trade

National Energy Efficiency Building Awards 2016 and 2010

Top 100 Vietnam’s Best places to work: RMIT has ranked 70 in 2013, and No. 1 in education sector

Vietnam’s Golden Human Resources Award 2011 organised by Ministry of Education and Training, and Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA)

Certificate of Merit in 2011 from Vietnam Minister of Education and Training for outstanding achievements in the development and operation of the University on the occasion of its 10th anniversary 2001 – 2011

Certificate of Merit in 2007 from the Prime Minister on achievements contributing to social and economic development of Vietnam from 2002 – 2006

(Updated July 2017)

 

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