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ST | Postgraduate Cross Campus Vietnam Intensive
Hanoi, Vietnam; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
S3 Viet (Oct-Jan)
|Restrictions:||RMIT applicants only|
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|Key Experience Criteria|
|RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN):||Business (BUS), Business and Management||RMIT School:||Accounting, Business IT and Logistics, Economics, Finance and Marketing, Graduate School of Business and Law, Management|
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|Program type:||Study Tours (Global Intensives)|
|About your Experience|
APPLICATIONS CLOSED - STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED CAN REGISTER AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE
- Postgraduate Cross Campus Vietnam Intensives
- Dates: Various, November / December / January
- Deadline for Application: Strictly by 30th July.
- Places Available:
RMIT Vietnam is the Asian hub of RMIT University, with two well-equipped campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
RMIT Vietnam delivers a number of MBA, EMBA and MIB courses over an intensive four day weekend, which are now available for Melbourne students to take part in.
Your enrolment for these intensives will sit with RMIT Vietnam and therefore you will need to apply for a student visa to enter the country.
Eligibility:If you are a postgraduate student and you would like to participate, you must:
- Be currently enrolled in an RMIT Postgraduate Business program
- Have a minimum overall grade average of credit (GPA 2.0)
- Ensure the intensive course fits into your program structure
To get started you should:
Applications now open for Semester 3 2018
STEP 1: View the list of Intensives below being offered at RMIT Vietnam campuses in the coming semester.
Please note - the Intensive dates might be altered by RMIT Vietnam closer to Semester 3.
STEP 2: Submit an application for MBA EMBA Vietnam Cross-Campus Intensives, using the 'Apply Now' button at the bottom of this page.
STEP 3: Complete all sections of the online application. This will include:
- a copy of current passport (or submit an old one with proof you are applying for a new one)
- The name of the Intensive Cross-campus Course you wish to undertake in Vietnam. Please copy and paste the name from the list below into the Passport Copy text entry box of your 1.Outbound Student Mobility: General Information questionnaire.
Your enrolment will be created manually by Academic Registry after the application deadline of 30th July 2018.
Please note there is no ‘Submit’ button for the online application and once all documents are uploaded, your application is complete.
List of intensives:
Please note - the dates below have been updated 24/7/18 but might be altered by RMIT Vietnam closer to Semester 3.
(HANOI): Hanoi Campus (SGS): Saigon South Campus (Ho Chi Minh City)
|#||COURSE CODE||COURSE||Sem 3, 2018|
|BUSM4520||Design Thinking for Business||Int: 16-19 Nov (HANOI)|
|BUSM4132||Leading People and Organizations||Int: 30 Nov-3 Dec (HANOI)|
|BUSM4127||Accounting for Business Decisons||Int: 7-10 Dec (SGS)|
|MKTG1277||Marketing||Int: 23-26 Nov (SGS)|
|BUSM4529||Managing Technology and Innovation Strategy||Int: 2-5 Nov (SGS)|
|BUSM4526||Managing Business Operations||Int: 14-17 Dec (SGS)|
|#||COURSE CODE||COURSES NAME||Semester 3,2018|
|BUSM4535||Design Thinking for Business||Int: 9-12 Nov|
|BUSM2412||Marketing for Managers||Int: 23-26 Nov|
|BUSM4538||Management of Technology & Innovation||Int:16-19 Nov|
|BUSM4450||Business Research Design||Int: 7-10 Dec|
|BUSM4532||Business Operations Management||Int: 14-17 Dec|
|#||COURSE CODE||COURSES||Semester 3,2018|
|BUSM4037||Contemporary Issues in International Management||Int: 9-12 Nov (HANOI)|
|BUSM3244||Business and Economic Analysis||Int: 7-10 Dec (HANOI)|
|BUSM2412||Makerting for Managers||Int: 14-17 Dec (SGS)|
|BUSM4486||International Strategy||Int: 30 Nov-3 Dec (SGS)|
|BUSM4450||Business Research Design||Int: 28-31 Dec (SGS)
Int: 21-24 Dec (HANOI)
Mobi applications are due to three months prior to the commencement of the semester at RMIT Vietnam:
1 July for a Semester 3 start.
Vietnam admin has allowed an extendion to 30th July, no further extension will be possible due to admiistrative and visa requirements.
Academic Enrolment:STEP 1: On confirmation from the Student Enrichment Services, you will need to confirm your intent to complete the intensive course by committing to your Mobi application (changing your status on Mobi to Committed).
STEP 2: Once committed, you will be enrolled into the Vietnam course by the Academic Registrar’s Group after the 1st July deadline.
STEP 3: Student Enrichment will issue a confirmation letter to be used for applying for a Vietnam student visa.
Costs to consider (not limited to):
- Host country visa (if applicable)
- RMIT Tuition fees
- Personal expenses
- You will be covered by RMIT's insurance, however you may need to take out extra cover depending on your circumstances, please see the RMIT policy for more information.
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