SIFE RMIT Hanoi works on realistic business projects that have a positive impact on the living standards of people in vulnerable communities.
SIFE mobilizes university students to apply business knowledge to make a difference in the community.
The Rabbit Hole: Adopting the concept of Room of Requirements, The Rabbit Hole was a self-care event for RMIT students to relax and recharge during deadline time. Designed as a healthy pub with ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theme and many meaningful self-care activities, The Rabbit Hole definitely enhanced students’ energy to achieve their academic goals in RMIT.
Inspired by the widely known board game "Werewolf”, "Who are RMIT's deadlines?" was SIFE’s adaptation game exclusively scripted on the student experience of RMIT, which brought RMIT’s students together during the pandemic time. The project received applications not only from the Hanoi campus but also SGS and Melbourne, which showed its amazing viral charm.
As a kind of Puzzle Game, Runstoppable was an event operated by students in the club and opened for all university students. The event was not only for RMIT students to relax after weeks of tedious studying, but also helped mount the RMIT’s clubs together with the participation of 5-7 Clubs’ representatives each season.
This was a meaningful and emotional journey of SIFE, including a cozy Mid-Autumn Festival for the children at the National Blood Transfusion Hospital and a small workshop to exchange and teach them how to make a lovely handmade lantern. The event was held successfully when it spread love to less fortunate children, and brought a warm Mid-Autumn atmosphere to the hospital.
As an annual activity, this is a signature event operated by club members and opened to all university students on Halloween with the aim to relieve students stress during the deadline week. For the latest Haunted House season - Shuang Xi, it attracted over 200 participants.
The Rabbit Hole
Adopting the concept of Room of Requirements, The Rabbit Hole was a self-care event for RMIT students to relax and recharge during deadline time. Designed as a healthy pub with ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theme and many meaningful self-care activities, The Rabbit Hole definitely enhanced students’ energy to achieve their academic goals in RMIT."
2019: Runstoppable: participants decoding the codes and challenges in teams
2018: When Silence Hurts Exhibition: addressed sexual harassment issues through the representation of infographic boards, interactive booths and a blind talkshow.
Mr. Nguyen Hoang Yen (Executive, 2019 - 2020)
"SIFE has gifted me with good friends and opportunities to join many projects with different roles which helps me to gain crucial experience. SIFE's members not only help each other in studying but also share about and sympathize with others' difficulties. I must say that SIFE is like a real family where no matter how far I go, I still want to come back.”
Ms. Nguyen Do Khanh Linh (Executive, 2020 - 2021)
“For me, SIFE is not only a club but a family. SIFE has not only helped me open my heart but also helped me grow up and learn a lot. I feel comfortable being myself as well as sharing with everyone when I'm happy or sad or having trouble. Honestly, up to now, I still think choosing SIFE is one of my best decisions in RMIT.”