RMIT Vietnam was established thanks to the gift of one generous donor.
Now the students talks about the difference that RMIT Vietnam has made in their lives.
Chu Bao Ngoc
Alumni student and recipient of 2010 president's award
RMIT has changed my life in so many ways, I think the most memorable experience would be the English-speaking campus and the international education that RMIT has given its students. The facilities at RMIT and leisure activities are a great part of RMIT that sets it apart from all the university I think.
Nuyen Hong Hai Dang
Current student and student learning advisor
I have to be the person seeking actively for information, for knowledge. I can be the one creating the knowledge for myself through discussion with other students and my lecturers.
Tran Le Kim
Alumni student and children of Vietnam charity fund employee
I love RMIT Vietnam, they make me feel very comfortable and confident in class and from them I find the most efficient way to learn. So now I am very proud to say that I am one of the high academic achievers in RMIT Vietnam.
Lam Minh Tuan
Current student and president of the frisbee club
Here I have an international education with affordable price compared to studying abroad in all the countries. They encourage me to develop my ability, my passions, my responsibility and my creativity. Also, here I have more chances to interact with the international lecturing or teaching staff also, gives me more opportunities to work in many projects.
Tran Le Kim: My future goals is become a fund director of an NGO
Nuyen Hong Hai Dang: There aren't many Vietnamese researchers.
Lam Minh Tuan: In the future I may be the main income of my family.
Tran Le Kim: I want to help people, I want to satisfy by myself. When I help them I feel happy.
Lam Minh Tuan: Studying here I have much chances to speak English, study English,
interact with international lecturing or teaching staff and build more confidence.
Chu Bao Ngoc: I like to create more opportunities for Vietnamese people.
Nuyen Hong Hai Dang: I really want to attempt to fill in that gap and show the world that Vietnamese people can really be good researchers.
Chu Bao Ngoc: You know, giving back to the community.
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