The skills that make the difference

The skills that make the difference

As a global university, RMIT Vietnam students and graduates are exposed to an international way of thinking within the Vietnamese context, and gain skills and understanding that go far beyond the technical. They develop a range of personal and intellectual skills beyond specific expertise in any academic program.

Studying or training with us, students and graduates learn how to:

  • adapt to new cultural contexts

  • work in intercultural teams

  • manage your time effectively

  • show initiative

  • analyse and reflect on your own performance

  • learn and value the learning process

  • apply knowledge in a range of international and local contexts

  • culturally sensitive and intelligent

  • problem solvers

  • calculated risk takers

Graduate Attributes

See the list of graduate attributes that, according to the Australian Government, graduates from RMIT University possess.

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Employ graduates & students

We're incredibly proud of our students and the graduates they become when they leave RMIT Vietnam. We think you'll be impressed too.

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