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Information session
Acing your senior year & preparing for RMIT application
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10am, Sunday 19 September 2021
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Under normal conditions, studying and taking exams in the final year of high school is already arduous. During the COVID-19 pandemic, studying for the national high school graduation exam and getting into university is even more difficult.

Are you under a lot of stress studying and making important decisions for your future? Register to attend this event to learn the secrets to help you master your senior year in the middle of the pandemic and have a clear picture of your career direction.

1 | Main topics

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  • Tips on how to ace online studying during COVID-19 and plan strategically for Year 12.

  • Overview of RMIT Vietnam and programs on offer.

  • Discussion of the unique learning & teaching approaches of international universities during COVID-19.

  • Panel talk: "Acing your senior year & preparing for university application".

Register to join the event

Your information will not be shared with the third parties.

2 | What do RMIT students say about their senior year of high school?

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Nguyen Quoc Dai

  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management alumnus

  • Alumnus of Chu Van An High School

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"As I made the decision to enroll at RMIT rather late, I didn't have enough time to prepare for the English proficiency standardised tests. Due to the time constraint, I decided that apart from taking the IELTS test, I would enroll in the English for University program to improve my English and hone the soft skills needed for university, such as teamwork, presentation, and leadership. 

 

Time goes by very quickly and waits for no one. My advice to all Year 12 students is to prepare early to avoid putting yourself in a passive position like me."

3 | 20 internationally recognised programs 

Click on each program name to learn more

4 | Flexible study options

For students who meet English requirements

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Option 1

Study at RMIT Vietnam for 3 years (may study cross-campus between Hanoi City campus and Saigon South campus).

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Option 3

Start at RMIT Vietnam and transfer to RMIT Melbourne to finish your study and graduate.

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Option 2

Start at RMIT Vietnam and go on exchange for 1-2 semesters to RMIT Melbourne or RMIT's 200+ partner universities in the world without increasing your tuition.

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Option 4

Study at RMIT Melbourne for 3 years.

For students who do not meet English requirements

Start with the English for University Program to improve English proficiency and develop necessary skills to succeed in an international university environment such as essay writing, presentation, critical thinking, etc. then directly enter a bachelor's degree program through one of the above pathways.

5 | World-class facilities

Take an online tour of the RMIT University Hanoi City campus (located in Ba Dinh District - a central district in Hanoi) to discover our modern facilities that provide you with the perfect setting to thrive.

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RMIT UNIVERSITY VIETNAM

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