RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise and one of Australia's original tertiary institutions. It has three campuses in Melbourne, two in Vietnam, and a hub in Barcelona, Spain. Founded in 1887, RMIT has grown alongside the city of Melbourne.
Situated in the heart of the CBD, the City campus on Swanston Street has been an iconic part of the Melbourne skyline for more than 130 years. The campus is surrounded by some of the world's best restaurants, cafes, galleries, theatres, retail outlets, recreational venues and parks. Conveniently located opposite Melbourne Central railway station, trains, trams and buses will take you virtually anywhere you need to go in the greater Melbourne area.
Situated 18km from the city, in the north of Melbourne, the Bundoora campus is home to many of RMIT's education, health and biomedical science programs. The campus features purpose-built laboratories, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, sporting facilities including a FIFA-approved football pitch, an Australian Rules football oval, athletics track, and tennis and netball courts, and health sciences teaching clinics. Surrounded by native bushland and tranquil parks, there's ample parking, and it's well serviced by tram and bus routes.
Brunswick is where multicultural Melbourne meets its creative soul. The campus is close to markets, eclectic shops, and a thriving art and music scene. Brunswick campus, located 6km north of the city, is home to around 2,500 students and to many of RMIT's design-related programs, including fashion and textile technologies, product development and merchandising. Getting to and from the campus is easy on the tram or train.
RMIT is a leader in technology, design, communication, global business, global communities, health solutions and urban sustainable futures. It is ranked in the top 15 universities in Australia and 250th in the world* and is also ranked 11 in the world for art and design (number 1 in Australia), 26 for architecture and the built environment and in the top 100 universities in the world in education; engineering (civil and structural); engineering (electrical and electronic); computer science and information systems; communication and media studies; development studies; business and management studies; and accounting and finance.**
We've built deep relationships with prestigious business partners around the world, so you'll get invaluable industry experience through collaborations, projects, internships and more. The connections you make now can set you up for the rest of your career, so it's our mission to get you job-ready with an amazing professional network to call on. RMIT partners with leading organisations like BMW, the United Nations, Deloitte, Adidas and L'Oréal. RMIT graduates are well regarded by employers worldwide, with the University ranked eighth in Australia in the 2019 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
With campuses in Hanoi and Saigon South in Vietnam, you can soak up the energy and culture of these cities, while undertaking a semester, year or internship abroad. RMIT Europe, our hub in Barcelona, Spain, offers you the chance to undertake a study tour, internship, mentoring program, online business challenge or research opportunity in Europe.
Our campuses are known for their award winning, urban spaces and state-of-the-art facilities. The New Academic Street precinct is a whole new student experience with 32,000 square meters of inspiring design and innovative technology. We also offer modern studios, high-tech production workshops, purpose-built laboratories, exhibition spaces and more. Our cutting-edge facilities, include the Swanston Academic Building, Micro-Nano Research Facility, Advanced Manufacturing Precinct and Design Hub.
The RMIT Activator provides free experiential learning activities that will nurture your entrepreneurial talent and develop your creative problem-solving skills. If you have an amazing business idea or product innovation, Sandbox and Launch Hub are two programs designed to take you from concept all the way through to launch.
RMIT Creds are micro-credentials that build your general business and leadership skills beyond your study program. The credentials have been co-designed with industry to make you a more effective employee or business owner. Completing the courses provides students with digital badges to share on social media and display on your professional resume.
Our undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational programmes are global in focus and practical in application. RMIT offers a variety of study options across 18 schools, grouped into academic colleges:
College of Business
- Business, IT and logistics
- Economics, finance and marketing
- Graduate School of Business and Law
- Vocational business education
College of Design & Social Context
- Architecture and urban design
- Fashion and textiles
- Global, urban and social studies
- Media and communication
- Property, construction and project management
College of Science, Engineering & Health
- Health and biomedical sciences
- Vocational engineering, health and sciences
*2018-19 QS World University Rankings
**2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject