Why study psychology at RMIT Vietnam

International standard

The first international standard psychology program in Vietnam

Contemporary content

Based on the same degree at RMIT in Melbourne with the latest concepts and real-world studies

Work integrated learning

Gain insights and employment opportunities from field placement or research projects with industry connections

Learn from certified experts

Learn from Australian certified psychologists and local academics

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Discover psychology

Study the science of human behavior with the first international standard applied psychology program in Vietnam

If you have a passion for understanding the science of the mind and broad areas of human behaviour in our everyday lives, studying at RMIT Vietnam provides you with the theoretical and practical foundations to pursue a career in the field of psychology.

Career outcomes

Make a difference

The career possibilities with a psychology undergraduate degree are broad, including roles in education, social work, counselling, research, human resources or in marketing as a market research specialist, or a specialist in customer behaviour or advertising. Graduates can also pursue higher studies with RMIT in Melbourne to become certified professional psychologists. 

Real life experience

Learn from the real world

The Psychology program at RMIT in Vietnam has engaged companies and organisations, as well as large multi-national corporations, in the field of market research, education, and human resources to provide insights into industry needs and employment opportunities for graduates.

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Global opportunities await

Spend one or two semesters at one of over 200 partner universities, or at RMIT Melbourne.

There is no doubt that psychology will be one of the leading areas in the post-pandemic world. You will learn from leading Australian experts and local academics, providing you not only up-to-date lectures and research findings, but also culturally adaptive practice and discussion. Students will engage in interactive in-class activities as well as apply theoretical concepts in addressing real-world issues.
Nguyen Huynh Luan, Associate Lecturer, Psychology

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