RMIT Vietnam was established in 2000 and has grown into a leading university in the region, with two well-equipped campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
The programs and courses we offer are identical to those offered at RMIT University, Melbourne. RMIT Vietnam students are awarded an RMIT Melbourne degree on satisfactory completion of their program of studies.
Our campuses and international partners around the world are subject to the same stringent quality checks and standards, so you can be sure that wherever in the world you study an RMIT program you’ll be receiving the highest quality education.
We have over 7,000 students enrolled at our two Vietnam campuses, with numbers steadily increasing.
Saigon South campus
The Saigon South campus is based in Ho Chi Minh City and is the larger of our two campuses, with around 6,000 students enrolled. It runs a broad range of programs in areas including IT, business, fashion merchandising and economics.
The Hanoi campus has about 1,400 students and its program offerings include English, IT, commerce, accountancy and professional communication.