I attended the Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA) conference last week (May 2019) which was hosted by RMIT Vietnam (South Saigon campus). I was impressed with the facilities at RMIT, they offer a range of graduate and undergraduate degrees (and a summer program) that could be a good option for students looking to gain skills in one of asia's fastest growing and most vibrant cities. Tuition costs are competitive, particularly when you factor in the low cost of living. RMIT's main campus is in Melbourne with additional campuses in Saigon and Barcelona and they have a range of other international partners. RMIT is ranked one of the top 1% of global universities and programs are all in English.
Check out https://www.rmit.edu.vn/our-schools-centres/international-students for more info on academic programs and how to apply.
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