Thursday, June 28, 2012

Vietnam Students to Compete in Global Business Competition

Vietnam Students to Compete in Global Business Competition.

A four-person team from RMIT International University Vietnam, the local branch of the Australian-based RMIT University, has qualified for an international business competition hosted in July by Sri Lanka after winning the national edition last week.

The Lion Team beat three rivals from Hanoi Foreign Trade University, HCMC Foreign Trade University and Hanoi University in the final last Wednesday with their report on a management accounting case, which had been shortlisted against nearly 130 submissions by tertiary schools nationwide.

They were then required to give an oral presentation on their report to a board of judges composed of business leaders, together with its synopsis and a team introduction video.

The international competition, named Global Business Challenge 2012 by its UK-based founder Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, will take place from July 21 to 25 in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s biggest city, and will be attended by students from 22 countries and territories.

The CIMA Global Business Challenge is designed to bring out the best in the young business leaders of tomorrow, and is intended to be a great opportunity for students from around the world to showcase their talent in business management.

Another team from RMIT Vietnam also finished in fourth place at a similar contest held by one of the big four auditors, KPMG, in Hong Kong in April.


1 comment:

  1. Your article about Vietnamese language is really informative. I have intensive knowledge about Vietnamese language , culture and we are making a plan to teach Vietnamese language with the pimsleur method for our students so that they will have sufficient knowledge about their native Vietnamese language.