Centre for Technology at RMIT Vietnam
RMIT Vietnam (South Saigon).
One of three centres at RMIT Vietnam, RMIT’s Centre for Technology aims to provide academic and research leadership in relevant discipline areas in Vietnam and the Asian region for years to come.
Working in partnership with industry leaders
Under an agreement between Intel and RMIT Vietnam, Intel provided approximately four billion Vietnamese Dong (US$210,000) to develop a specialised laboratory at the Saigon South campus.
The state-of-the-art electronic and computer engineering lab has over 30 workstations, a video conferencing system linked to RMIT’s engineering lab in Melbourne, Australia, and other resources such as test and measurement equipment and micro development systems to help students boost their engineering skills.
Along with current learning resources available at RMIT Vietnam, the lab sponsored by Intel enhances students’ practical experience as well as giving them opportunities to interact more regularly with academic staff and students at RMIT Melbourne.
Contact: Professor Serge Demidenko, Head of RMIT’s Centre for Technology
Master of Electronic and Computer Engineering
RMIT’s Centre for Technology delivers a master program in Engineering (Electronic and Computer Engineering).
The program is delivered by the University as part of its commitment to internationally recognised high-quality education. It aims to help Vietnam achieve its goal of having enough international standard engineering graduates to meet vital industry and infrastructure development needs in coming years.
Further information about the Master of Engineering (Electronic and Computer Engineering) program is available on the RMIT Vietnam website or from Student Recruitment, phone 08 37761369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.