RMIT Vietnam was established in 2000 and as a satellite campus of the well-known Australian university. As Vietnam’s first international university campus, it was important to RMIT Vietnam to be able to provide its students with an international community that would support their growth in an increasingly globalized world. That’s why the university has prioritized the hiring of international research and teaching staff from the beginning. Today, the university has staff from more than 30 countries.
Three years ago RMIT Vietnam’s HR department contacted Academic Media Group to start advertising some of their faculty vacancies on Academic Positions. Using Academic Positions allows RMIT Vietnam to reach applicants from different parts of the world who have different beliefs, cultures, experiences, and skills that can enrich the university and promote globalization. After a year, RMIT Vietnam upgraded to a subscription agreement which allows them to publish all of their vacancies on Academic Positions. Academic Media Group’s expertise in international academic talent attraction allows the university to stand out and stay competitive in this time of increased researcher mobility. Through its partnership with Academic Media Group, RMIT Vietnam is fulfilling its commitment to bring a world-class education in a global study environment to the heart of Asia.