01 | Main activities
Explore RMIT’s undergraduate programs in Business & Management, Communication & Design, Science, Engineering & Technology.
Find out your pathway with our global study options in Vietnam, Melbourne - Australia, and 200+ partnered universities in 49 countries.
Get a taste of what RMIT classroom is through an interactive workshop delivered by our international academics.
Gain an understanding of RMIT’s admissions requirements and application process.
The Heart of Tourism and Hospitality
Creating memorable experiences through first-rate customer service and exciting travel packages and tourism destinations is at the heart of the tourism and hospitality industry. Challenge yourself in a series of tourism and hospitality experiences to discover what makes the tourism and hospitality industry sustainable and the heart beats in the rapidly changing ‘world of wonders’ of the tourism industry.
Waive application fee of VND2.000.000 when submitting application form at the event.
02 | Our programs
School of Business & Management
Business (NEW in 2022)
Choose from 9 Majors:
- Blockchain Enabled Business
- Business and Technology
- Global Business
- Innovation and Enterprise
- Logistics & Supply Chain
- Management and Change
- People and Organisation
03 | Flexible study options
Study a three-year program in Vietnam (can apply for cross-campus exchange programs between the Hanoi and Saigon South campuses).
Start the bachelor’s program in Vietnam, then transfer to and graduate from RMIT Melbourne.
Start the bachelor’s program in Vietnam and apply for a two-semester cross-campus exchange program at RMIT Melbourne or 200+ university partners around the globe while retaining Vietnamese tuition fees.
Study a three-year program at RMIT Melbourne (Australia).
05 | What do students say about RMIT?
Pham Thuy Linh
Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
Alumna, Ha Long Highschool for the Gifted, Quang Ninh
After passing the National Highschool Graduation Examination, I attended a public university for a short time, then applying to RMIT since I found it difficult to grow and enhance my strengths in the current study environment. So, I “restarted” my university journey at RMIT, and it was the right decision (if not saying it was the best one) for me.