Teen Summer Explorers

Teen Summer Explorers

Study load
Morning and afternoon
Program code
2 weeks
4 weeks
6 weeks
Application deadlines

Rolling applications

RMIT Saigon South
RMIT Hanoi
RMIT Danang
Program code
Application deadlines


Designed for learners from 12 to 17 years old, RMIT's Summer Explorers program promises teen students an extraordinary one-of-a-kind summer, with every passing minute full of learning and memorable moments.

Studying, having fun, and making new friends, teens participating in RMIT summer will have the opportunity to become more independent and prepare for university. They will be inspired and instructed to:

  • Improve English proficiency and become better prepared for IELTS and international exams
  • Develop skills for study and work
  • Improve communication and presentation skills
  • Take part in sports and wellbeing activities, make friends and enjoy summer
  • Plan their future career (applied for RMIT Ho Chi Minh's and RMIT Hanoi's summer program)

Program structure


  • RMIT Ho Chi Minh: Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 15:30 (2 weeks)
  • RMIT Hanoi: Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 15:30 (4 weeks)
  • RMIT Danang: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 - 11:00 or 14:00 - 16:00 (6 weeks)



Throughout the Teen Summer Explorers program, the students will improve their English skills, and become familiarised with techniques for taking the IELTS test and other international exams. They will also have the opportunity to develop a range of skills that will help them prepare for university.

Students will develop their fluency and improve their pronunciation to become more confident in communicating and expressing their ideas in English and become more accustomed to tasks found in international exams.

Throughout the summer course, students will learn speaking strategies and practice through activities and presentations that will familiarise them with tasks they may encounter in university.

Students will complete a research-based personality test and participate in activities to analyse their inner strengths. Based on these personality test results, a 1-on-1 consultation with professional career advisors is provided to parents to assist their children with career planning (applied for Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh campus).

Summer is the opportunity for students to expand their skillset in addition to their regular classes. Throughout the summer course, students will learn about research and critical thinking skills, personal goal setting. Developing these skills will help them prepare for study, work, and life.

Through a schedule combining a wide range of both academic and leisure activities, students will learn interesting new skills and knowledge, but without too much academic pressure. Furthermore, excursions and team-building activities will provide opportunities for students to connect with each other, to build team spirit and to create lots of great memories together.



  • For RMIT Hanoi campus, students will be developing and practicing creative thinking skills by learning from a team of film directors, producers and video editors in our 4-part filmmaking project. Students will learn how to make a short film, design a film poster, as well as present their film to an audience and have the chance to receive an award
  • For RMIT Danang campus, students will be developing IELTS Speaking skills: Through 7 IELTS-focused lessons, students will improve their ability to use vocabulary and grammar, pronunciation, express their ideas, as well as learn tips to manage time efficiently in the IELTS Speaking test. The course will help students to achieve a higher score in the speaking test of the international exams

Students will be challenged with interesting activities that combine painting and technology through participation in the art workshop at RMIT. They will work in groups, learn how to present ideas on artistic topics and apply technology to add their own creativity to their work.

Learning, teaching and assessment

The teen students will be taught by highly-qualified RMIT teachers using techniques that focus on communicative skills and University preparation, which provide an advantage for learners even while they are still in secondary and high school.

Communication with parents

  • Orientation Day at the beginning of the course
  • Closing Ceremony at the end of the course
  • Mid-course and end-of-course feedback regarding student's performance

If you have any concerns, you can always call our hotline at any time during the course.

How to apply

1. Contact a program advisor

2. Register for placement test

3. Take the placement test

4. Results and invitation

Sorry, this program is not available for international students intending to study on a student visa.

If you hold a different visa type, you may be eligible. Please contact Study@RMIT for more information.