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RMIT University

  • 45% international / 55% domestic

About RMIT University

One of Australia's original tertiary institutions, RMIT University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community.

RMIT is a world leader in Art and Design; Architecture; Education; Engineering; Development; Computer Science and Information Systems; Business and Management; and Communication and Media Studies.

RMIT exists to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work, and to help shape the world with research, innovation, teaching and engagement.

RMIT has a unique approach to meeting the challenge of being ready for life and work: we offer an education deeply grounded in ideas and cross-disciplinary understanding, applied through innovative, enterprising practice to solving problems and meeting the needs of our community.

Applying for postgraduate study

The University entry requirement for graduate certificates, vocational graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, vocational graduate diplomas and master by coursework programs is that applicants must hold a bachelor degree or an appropriate level of advanced professional experience relevant to the discipline area.

Campuses

Brunswick

Bundoora

Brunswick

Bundoora

Courses

Masters (Coursework)

Develop your advanced research skills and contribute to new developments in biomedical sciences.

Masters (Coursework)

Find out about studying a Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) at RMIT University.

Doctorate (PhD)

Use your advanced research skills to further the growth and development of computer science.


Performance Indicators

81.3%
Overall satisfacation
79.8%
Skill scale
72.2%
Teaching scale
80.5%
Employed full-time
$100k
Average salary

Student Stories


  • Student Stories
I'm also doing part-time work as a casual in RMIT University as well as another tech-based firm.

Shrish Balasubramanian

  • Student Stories
I'm also doing part-time work as a casual in RMIT University as well as another tech-based firm.

Shrish Balasubramanian

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  • Student Stories
The course assisted me to make my teaching more efficient.

Felicity Kelly

  • Student Stories
The course assisted me to make my teaching more efficient.

Felicity Kelly

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  • Student Stories
I had to submit an expression of interest and application to be considered for the course.

Natteh Brown

  • Student Stories
I had to submit an expression of interest and application to be considered for the course.

Natteh Brown

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  • Student Stories
I'm also doing part-time work as a casual in RMIT University as well as another tech-based firm.

Shrish Balasubramanian

  • Student Stories
I'm also doing part-time work as a casual in RMIT University as well as another tech-based firm.

Shrish Balasubramanian

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  • Student Stories
The course assisted me to make my teaching more efficient.

Felicity Kelly

  • Student Stories
The course assisted me to make my teaching more efficient.

Felicity Kelly

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  • Student Stories
I had to submit an expression of interest and application to be considered for the course.

Natteh Brown

  • Student Stories
I had to submit an expression of interest and application to be considered for the course.

Natteh Brown

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Videos


Out of the Matrix | RMIT University

This new printmaking exhibition at RMIT Gallery focuses the spotlight on the outstanding traditions of RMIT printmakers and reveals new work that ranges from the analogue, digital, spatial, traditional and conceptual, and highlights the universal nature of printmaking today.

Centre for Urban Research | RMIT University

Connecting people and ideas for sustainable urban futures. " The state of our cities will profoundly influence our future. The majority of people on this planet already live and work in cities, and by 20150, 70 percent of the world's population will be urban dwellers. Cities are our engines of innovation and creativity and they are also sites of concentrated resource consumption and social inequality.  Rapid population growth, a changing climate, and volatile global economic conditions, have raised important questions about how our cities work." 

What makes art good or bad? | RMIT University

Professor Paul Gough, Pro Vice-Chancellor Design and Social Context and Vice-President at RMIT explains what makes art good or bad.

Out of the Matrix | RMIT University

This new printmaking exhibition at RMIT Gallery focuses the spotlight on the outstanding traditions of RMIT printmakers and reveals new work that ranges from the analogue, digital, spatial, traditional and conceptual, and highlights the universal nature of printmaking today.

Centre for Urban Research | RMIT University

Connecting people and ideas for sustainable urban futures. " The state of our cities will profoundly influence our future. The majority of people on this planet already live and work in cities, and by 20150, 70 percent of the world's population will be urban dwellers. Cities are our engines of innovation and creativity and they are also sites of concentrated resource consumption and social inequality.  Rapid population growth, a changing climate, and volatile global economic conditions, have raised important questions about how our cities work." 

What makes art good or bad? | RMIT University

Professor Paul Gough, Pro Vice-Chancellor Design and Social Context and Vice-President at RMIT explains what makes art good or bad.