MBA Information Night and Scholarship Opportunities in Hanoi
6pm, Wednesday 18 March 2020
RMIT University, 521 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
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IMPORTANT DATES FOR JUNE INTAKE
Scholarship application deadline: 17:00, 20 May 2020
Application deadline: 17:00, 31 May 2020
Eight core and four elective courses
Six scholarships worth 25 percent of tuition fees
Two years part-time
Join our free demo workshops on ‘Technology and Innovation’.
Meet RMIT’s lecturers, students and alumni to learn more about RMIT’s MBA program and the international experiences on offer.
Six scholarships worth 25 percent of tuition fees are available to new MBA students in Hanoi in 2020.
02. Why choose RMIT for your MBA?
Add an elective concentration to help you become high performing managers in the era of Industry 4.0.
Technology and Innovation
Experience the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) approach through real projects with industry partners and case studies about big enterprises such as Tesla, Apple and Microsoft.
Learn from visiting lecturers from RMIT Melbourne and executives from multinational corporations such as KPMG and Visa.
Get a globally recognised degree issued by Australia’s RMIT University.
Go on exchange opportunities to RMIT’s 200-plus partner universities while retaining the Vietnamese tuition fee.
Broaden your professional contacts through RMIT’s large network of alumni and industry partners.
03. Our courses
Design Thinking for Business
Leadership and Management
Marketing for Managers
Financial Analytics for Managerial Decisions
Management of Technology and Innovation
Business Research Design
Business Operations Management
The courses are all delivered in English. For admission to the program, new students are required to meet academic and English language requirements.
04. Our academics
Abbott J. Haron
MBA, DBA, PhD
MBA Program Manager
Dr Haron, a dual Australian-New Zealand citizen, has previously taught at business schools in the Middle East. His research areas include the future of work, disruptive technology management, innovation management, strategy and business operations.
Adjunct Industry Professor
CEO and Chairman, KPMG Vietnam and Cambodia
Mr Cleine, who is one of Southeast Asia's leading corporate advisors, teaches in our master’s programs. Based in Vietnam since 1998, he has played a crucial role in driving KPMG’s success as the leading professional services organisation in Vietnam.
05. Our students and alumni
Trade Marketing Manager, Total Vietnam Limited