Common Purpose
City Challenge
Ho Chi Minh City

This programme is open to students studying at RMIT University. 

Your city needs you to tackle one of its most pressing challenges.


Upcoming dates:


Week of 8 October 2018

Join the Ho Chi Minh City Challenge

Participate

Over two days, with 500 of your peers, tackle a major challenge set by the senior leaders of your city. At the same time, develop your ability to thrive in complex situations and lead diverse groups to innovative solutions. This is your chance to make an impact and leave your mark on your city.

Who you can hear from:

You will visit organizations on the frontline and hear from experts as you get to grips with the challenge. Working in diverse groups of peers, you will devise innovative solutions and present your idea to experts and senior city leaders, who could make it a reality. 

Arjun Balaji, Student, RMIT

“It was such a wonderful experience. Hearing from RMIT people there is going to be more like this, I would appreciate and encourage Common Purpose to run more programmes like this with industry connections.” 

Why take part?

By taking part in the City Challenge you will be better able to:

  • Work in diverse multidisciplinary and multicultural teams
  • Thrive in complex situations and systems
  • Create the conditions required for innovation to occur.

How to apply

When and where?

Week of 8 October 2018, Ho Chi Minh City.

Each day will run from 8.15am - 5.00pm each day.

How much? FREE

Register your interest with RMIT at bit.ly/GLPGlobal.

For further information contact students@commonpurpose.org.

 

Application deadline: TBC

The challenge: TBC

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