University's Experience Day aimed at giving high school students a sense of what a business environment may look like.
RMIT Vietnam held a special event on May 17 called Experience Day, for high school students to explore a simulated business environment and consider possible career paths.
The event encouraged students to engage with various interactive classes, create new products, think outside the square, and explore their potential entrepreneurial skills. There were also a number of activities to develop their soft skills, such as teamwork, critical thinking, and time management.
A seminar on exchange programs was also organized, to tell students about study programs in Europe, North America, and Australia.
The university also assisted parents in gaining a better understanding of the importance of courses and school selection, so they may guide their children in selecting the right career path.
RMIT University Vietnam is an Asian campus of the Melbourne-based RMIT University, Australia’s largest tertiary institution. Established as Vietnam’s first international university campus in 1998, RMIT Vietnam has presented more than 594 scholarships that included free tuition and is committed to providing quality education.