RMIT Vietnam (RMIT International University Vietnam)

RMIT International University Vietnam is Vietnam’s first and only fully foreign-owned university, delivering internationally recognised degrees from campuses in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

RMIT Vietnam has grown rapidly since it opened its doors in 2001, today enrolling more than 3,000 students into degree programs and some 2,000 into Academic English classes. Students come from across the world to study, and all teaching and learning is in English.

The Saigon South campus in Ho Chi Minh City is expanding, with a $US7 million building program delivering a sports and leisure complex and student accommodation, and construction of a $US15 million academic building which started in early 2010.

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RMIT Vietnam news

RMIT reports strong financial results
RMIT University, Australia's largest and most internationalised tertiary institution, recorded a group surplus of $67.4 million in 2013.

Exchange student publishes Vietnam survival guide
An RMIT University student has published a survival guide for exchange students going to Vietnam.

Greening hearts and minds in Vietnam
Staff and students from Melbourne and Ho Chi Minh City have come together at a forum on improving sustainability at RMIT Vietnam.

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