Students - RMIT Master of Global Trade

Facts about our 2020 student cohort

70%
Work In
Managerial Position
Students
15
Nationalities represented
Students
10+
Years' Average
Work Experience
Students

Congratulations for sucessful completion
of the Master of Global Trade program

Students
Ky Anh Le
Economist and Trade Specialist, Delegation of the European Union to Vietnam
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Aveline Xu
Senior Sales Manager, Avery Dennison
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Binh Le
Director of Global Trade & Customs & Integrated International Tax, KPMG
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Chau Pham
Vice president, FDI Banking Dept, BIDV
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Chau Cao
Business Development Manager, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
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Huy Duong
Operations Manager, Avery Dennison
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Anthony Lee
General Manager, Enerfo Vietnam
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Huyen Hoang
National Sales Manager, Siemens Healthineers
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Jiaming Zhang
Business Development Manager, Innolux Group
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Michael Bones
Associate CEO, Innolux Group
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Mustafa Merchant
Assistant Manager II, Toyota-Indus
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Pragya Bhatnagar
Research Associate, Hinrich Foundation
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Sebastian Cortes-Sanchez
Associate Director, Asian Trade Centre
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Thong Huynh
Business Management Analyst, HSBC
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Thuy Ngo
Country Head of Sales, HSBC
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Tran Vinh Tran
Business Development Manager, HSBC
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Uyen Nguyen
Production Planner, VF Corporation

Hear from our students

Michael Bones - Deputy CEO, Innolux Footwear, Vietnam

Michael Bones

Deputy CEO, Innolux Footwear, Vietnam

My Nguyen - Marketing Director, TV and Audio Business Division, Samsung Vietnam

My Nguyen

Marketing Director, TV and Audio
Business Division, Samsung Vietnam

Phuong Nguyen - Country Manager, AdAsia Media

Phuong Nguyen

Assistant to the Chairman, Vingroup

Aveline Xu - Senior Regional Sales Manager, Avery Dennison

Aveline Xu

Senior Regional Sales Manager, Avery Dennison

Nguyen Khoa Bang - Senior Category Manager, Guardian Vietnam

Nguyen Khoa Bang

Senior Category Manager,
Guardian Vietnam

Zeeshan Ahmed- Director of Business Development Regulatory and R&D, Getz Pharma

Zeeshan Ahmed

Director of Business Development
Regulatory and R&D, Getz Pharma

Tran Hoang Nam - Head of International Trade, Saigon Southwest Trading

Tran Hoang Nam

Head of International Trade, Saigon Southwest Trading

My motivation for joining the Master of Global Trade was to service multiple purposes – for my own personal development, as well as professionally and how that can help our own business as we continue to look for competitive advantages in this ever-evolving landscape.

In the class, we have about 30 students from different countries and different industries. With that diversity, it’s great to exchange knowledge and ideas.

I see the program as a way to empower our employees to help them get ready for the international complexity in trade. I can see that a lot of effort has been put into the Master of Global Trade by bringing in industry lecturers. As students, we will benefit from their insights and practical knowledge.

I have been with Avery Dennison for 14 years and in the sales field for a long time. I want to learn more about the whole supply chain and globalisation, as we are managing the global business. This gives me good motivation to hear from different opinions and to, also, practice my strategic thinking.

Meeting new people is very important for mid-career professionals like me who want to move to the next level. It’s outstanding to see the profiles of my classmates. I’ll learn a lot from them.

The Master of Global Trade is unique and stands out because the program is designed by those who have pragmatic experience of learning and implementing things all over the globe.

I was trying to find a way to upgrade and improve myself. When I heard about the Master of Global Trade, I could see that it was a perfect match for what I was looking for. I also knew about the quality of RMIT, having studied my bachelor’s degree there.

Tuan’s Story

Ngo Quoc Tuan has been peeling shrimp in his family seafood business since he was six years old.

The story of his family’s export business is the story of Vietnam’s opening up to the world.

In the 1990s, when the US and Vietnam made a trade agreement, Vietnam was then able to freely export products overseas.

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