RMIT Vietnam

RMIT Vietnam campus

Student life at RMIT Vietnam

RMIT Vietnam has two main campuses, Saigon South Campus and Hanoi Campus. Saigon South Campus is located in District 7 in Ho Chi Minh City. The Hanoi Campus is a muliti-storey building set on the banks of Ngoc Kan Lake.

Saigon South Campus

RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus is a purpose-built, contemporary educational facility of an international standard.  The main campus building - AB1 - is a five-floor building with wireless technology, allowing students to access academic resources wherever they are.

The Recreation and Events Complex, featuring a wide range of interesting facilities for a variety of recreational purposes, provides students with the opportunity to enhance their abilities beyond the classroom. The student accommodation, which some students have referred to as being more like living in a resort, provides a home away from home for students. A third stage academic building - AB2 - provides study facilities for another 4,000 plus students. Various contemporary food outlets offer a variety of Vietnamese and Western cuisines.

Student activities include social clubs and sporting groups such as football and basketball teams. Yoga, Aikido and classic and modern dance are also taught on campus. The student body has established its own clubs for business, English and social needs.

Hanoi campus

RMIT International University Vietnam's Hanoi operations are now being conducted from attractive new premises at Handi Resco Building, on the banks of one of Hanoi's most picturesque lakes.
The new campus location is fitted with the latest state-of-the-art learning facilities, including use of multimedia technology and other innovative features to allow for small group learning in an informal, collaborative setting.

The new location will enable continuing development of 21st century learning opportunities for all students on Hanoi campus, working together to attain their Global Passport to an international career.
A range of sporting competitions and community support activities are also available to students.
Opened in 2004, the Hanoi campus has around 1200 students studying English, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Business (Accountancy), Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) and the Master of Business Administration, with further academic programs to arrive in future.


On-Campus student accommodation is available at Saigon South Campus (approx. 100 spaces). The residential management team is one site 24/7. The accommodation available ranges from single-studio to multi-share accommodation. Bedrooms are equipped with an in-room safety deposit box and wireless connectivity to the University's intranet.  

It is not possible to live on-campus in Hanoi, but the Student Support team and International Unit in both cities will assist students in finding private accommodation.

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