Why Choose RMIT?

RMIT offers an education designed to equip you for success through practical industry training, global study opportunities
and innovative courses delivered by experts at the forefront of their fields.

Experience work

Over 50% of RMIT courses offer internships, placements or industry work experience at companies and organisations ranging from L’Oréal to the United Nations. At RMIT, students put theory into practice while developing the skills employers value most.

Social and fun

University isn’t just about what you study, it’s also about who you meet along the way. Life at RMIT is filled with social, cultural and recreation activities that link students with new experiences and great opportunities.

Leading the way

RMIT is one of Australia’s leading universities and boasts state-of-the-art teaching resources and research facilities. You’ll find our classrooms equipped with industry-leading technology designed to let you achieve your full potential.

There’s no better way to learn about art than by making it.

At RMIT you’ll be immersed in fine art studios, where you’ll gain the confidence and the tools to understand and interpret the world around you through art. Studio courses are taught by high-profile practising artists who exhibit locally and internationally, so you can connect with what’s happening in the art world.

RMIT’s teaching style is centered around you as an individual. You’ll receive personal mentoring that challenges and pushes you to discover and form your own art practice or specialisation.

Studios are complemented by studies in art history, theories and cultures, and in the professional skills you’ll need to succeed in the arts and creative industries.

Career

Art is the tool for innovation that can create real-life impact, and is essential to the new creative economy.

Creativity and innovation are now the core tools in a global economy dependent on growth. The booming art and design industry in Victoria alone confirms this – creative industries contribute around seven billion dollars annually to the state’s economy.

Progressive, collaborative thinking is in demand across major professional fields, like education, health, and entertainment, and artists are playing important roles in shaping creative endeavour in these areas. RMIT’s Fine Art graduates continue to make significant contributions to contemporary art and culture, nationally and internationally as artists, craftspeople, visual thinkers and cultural managers.

Many graduates enter careers as:

  • professional artists
  • arts managers, gallery directors or curators
  • sound engineers
  • teachers or academics
  • art technicians
  • filmmakers

The arts and creative industries continue to grow. Established institutions in Melbourne, including Federation Square, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), and an increasing number of commercial and artist-run spaces, provide exciting opportunities for graduates.

RMIT Architecture has an international reputation for design excellence and leads the way both in Australia and overseas by producing graduates that are design innovators.

Your first step in becoming an architect

This program is the first step to becoming an architect and will help you develop an understanding of architecture providing you with a diverse set of skills and learning experiences.

You will focus on learning the core skills required of an architect and architectural designer and intensively develop a broad grounding in design and communication skills.

You’ll learn from internationally recognised and award-winning architects. alongside visiting national and international experts, consultants and specialists.

Design is at the core of your studies

Ideas-led venturous design exploration is at the core of your studies. You’ll combine experimental and speculative design with real-life industry linked projects that will help you develop an innovative approach to architecture.

From first term, first semester you will be hands-on in design studios developing your drawing, 2D and 3D design skills. You’ll learn in an environment that models the best practice of an innovative architectural design firm.

RMIT Architecture achieves at the highest levels

RMIT Architecture and its graduates continue to achieve at the highest levels and are acknowledged by the national and international architectural profession.

At the annual 2017 Victorian Architecture Awards run by the Australian Institute of Architects, RMIT’s architecture community featured prominently across the 58 awards and 16 categories, receiving a number of key and prestigious awards.

Key achievements
  • The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) by the STHDI and MCR consortium (Silver Thomas Hanley, DesignInc and McBride Charles Ryan) won this year’s highest honour: the coveted AIA Victorian Architectural Medal and the William Wardell Award for Public Architecture
  • Architecture Adjunct Professor Robert McBride is the Director of MCR and the fourth RMIT Adjunct Professor in a row to lead prestigious Victorian Medal-winning projects
  • M@ STUDIO Architects, a research-led practice lead by RMIT Professor Vivian Mitsogianni and Dean Boothroyd with staff, alumni and current students was awarded the 2017 AIA Melbourne Prize for their NGV 2016 Architecture Commission win.

Graduate Ton Vu was one of 10 students worldwide shortlisted for The Architectural Review’s “Global Architecture Graduate Awards“, and the only candidate to make the list from an Australian or New Zealand university.

Career

The undergraduate program is a stand-alone award that provides employment options for those who seek to work in architectural practices or design more generally, in roles that do not require professional registration. Students must complete the Master of Architecture to be eligible to apply for accreditation as an architect.

Professional recognition and accreditation

Graduates may be employed in an architectural practice or a related design field, but need to complete the Master of Architecture in order to be eligible to apply to be professionally recognised as an architect. In Australia, completion of the Master degree will allow you, following two years’ professional experience, to sit the Architects Registration Board examination and register as an architect.

Pharmaceutical sciences combines knowledge about the human body, chemistry and the action of drugs in the body and enables the pharmaceutical industry to deliver more reliable, accessible and effective treatments.

In addition to an understanding of pharmacology and physiology you will learn about the development of new drugs, the clinical use of medications, and the legal and regulatory aspects of medicine development within the pharmaceutical industry.

You’ll gain an understanding of biochemistry, biostatistics, human biology and cell biology, and an in-depth knowledge of therapeutics, pharmacology and toxicology, physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology to prepare you for a career in the pharmaceutical industry.

A highlight of this program is that it provides a direct pathway into RMIT’s industry-based Pharmaceutical Sciences Honours year for eligible students.

The honours year provides extensive career experience in pharmaceutical and health-related industries.

Career

RMIT pharmaceutical sciences graduates are highly skilled with advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in selected areas of biochemical, pharmacological and related health sciences.

The pharmaceutical industry is Australia’s leading technology exporter and forms an expanding multi-billion dollar sector.

Graduates can work in:

  • pharmaceutical and healthcare companies specialising in running clinical trials, managing medical information or registering new drugs
  • universities, hospitals or biomedical research institutes developing new treatments
  • organisations specialising in forensics, medical auditing or research governance

You’ll learn in detail about the biogeochemical processes that occur in both natural and degraded environments and specialise with a minor in either environmental chemistry or environmental biology.

You can also choose to minor in geoscience (environmental engineering) or geospatial science, or gain breadth across the minors, depending on your preferred career path.

Practical and industry-relevant activities you’ll undertake as part of your studies include:

  • considerable hands-on experience with equipment, both in the laboratory and in the field
  • frequent field trips during second and third year
  • working on collaborative projects with industry

Many activities involve working in small groups to foster teamwork and a collaborative approach to research and projects.

Career

The training and the experiences provided by this degree are based on industry requirements, making our graduates highly employable.

Your work as an environmental scientist may involve laboratory work, field work, report writing, research, or any combination of these.

Typical tasks graduates perform include:

  • sample collection and analysis
  • waste management
  • ongoing monitoring and assessment
  • environmental impact assessment
  • site remediation
  • policy development
  • cleaner production
  • environmental education and training
  • environmental auditing

A number of graduates are now in senior positions in several industry areas, including:

  • the Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
  • Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP)
  • the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • catchment management authorities
  • agricultural and research agencies
  • environmental consultancies
  • higher education

Pharmaceutical sciences combines knowledge about the human body, chemistry and the action of drugs in the body and enables the pharmaceutical industry to deliver more reliable, accessible and effective treatments.

In addition to an understanding of pharmacology and physiology you will learn about the development of new drugs, the clinical use of medications, and the legal and regulatory aspects of medicine development within the pharmaceutical industry.

You’ll gain an understanding of biochemistry, biostatistics, human biology and cell biology, and an in-depth knowledge of therapeutics, pharmacology and toxicology, physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology to prepare you for a career in the pharmaceutical industry.

A highlight of this program is that it provides a direct pathway into RMIT’s industry-based Pharmaceutical Sciences Honours year for eligible students.

The honours year provides extensive career experience in pharmaceutical and health-related industries.

Career

RMIT pharmaceutical sciences graduates are highly skilled with advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in selected areas of biochemical, pharmacological and related health sciences.

The pharmaceutical industry is Australia’s leading technology exporter and forms an expanding multi-billion dollar sector.

Graduates can work in:

  • pharmaceutical and healthcare companies specialising in running clinical trials, managing medical information or registering new drugs
  • universities, hospitals or biomedical research institutes developing new treatments
  • organisations specialising in forensics, medical auditing or research governance

Accountancy involves recording, classifying, summarising and interpreting financial transactions and events, and is frequently used by lenders, managers, investors, tax authorities and other decision-makers.

You’ll have the chance to develop essential capabilities to operate successfully in contemporary business and multidisciplinary environments.

Career

Graduates gain employment in public accounting practices, supporting staff teams in areas like auditing, taxation, management consulting, business services and receivership. Others are recruited into commercial and government organisations in treasury, internal audit, strategic business planning, financial reporting and management accounting roles.

The Department of Education forecasts that employment prospects for accountants to 2019 is expected to grow strongly.

Professional recognition and accreditation

Accreditation

This program is accredited by CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), the Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of International Accountants (AIA).
The program is recognised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

Membership

Professional bodies may offer students and/or graduates membership, opportunities for entry into professional qualification programs and other career enhancing benefits.

For further details about accreditation and information about membership and opportunities for students and graduates, please visit our accreditation and membership page.

Merge IT skills with business knowledge to analyse, design and build sophisticated business information systems and use state-of-the-art methodologies, tools, hardware and software.

This information systems degree provides essential business skills alongside advanced information systems knowledge to prepare you to succeed in modern organisations.

Major studies in information systems include business IT development, information systems strategy and governance, business databases, e-business systems, and business analysis and design.

As a graduate of this multidisciplinary degree, you will be equipped with in-depth skills and knowledge to implement impactful technological improvements across a range of industries.

Career

Graduates of this information systems degree can find employment across many industries and are sought after due to the combination of their IT skills and business know-how.
Some typical positions include:

• Business analyst

• Database designer

• Systems analyst

• IT consultant

• Information centre manager

• User liaison officer

• Information systems/operations manager

• Programmer/analyst

Recent employers of graduates include KPMG, Accenture, AAPT, SAP, Telstra, GE Financial Services, Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, NAB, ANZ, BHP Petroleum and various federal and state government agencies.

RMIT’s marketing degrees focus on developing skills, knowledge and practices that are linked to industry expectations. You will experience this first-hand in core and elective marketing courses, by examining case studies, and through opportunities to work in industry or on real industry-based projects.

In this four-year degree, you will build on your classroom learning through a compulsory industry placement undertaken in third year. You can also choose additional sequences of study, including advanced specialisations in marketing, or courses in other business or related disciplines.

Career

Businesses are increasingly demanding a new set of marketing skills as they move from traditional to digital marketing strategies. RMIT’s commitment to offering a practical, industry-connected education will ensure you are up to speed with current and emerging industry trends.

Recent RMIT marketing degree graduates are working in the following roles in industries as diverse as telecommunications, automotive, logistics, retail, property, e-commerce and marketing:

  • digital marketing
  • social media
  • customer and business analytics
  • sales and marketing campaign development.

This degree provides professional preparation for a stimulating career in the highly competitive and constantly changing global advertising industry.

The program has three distinct focuses: Art Direction, Copywriting and Strategy Planning/Account Management. There is a strong focus on critical and conceptual thinking and you will learn how to use these skills to solve marketing problems, generate attention for brands and products and build an emotional bond between a brand and consumers.

This program offers you a creative advertising degree that combines theoretical and industry knowledge with hands-on professional skills including copywriting, art direction and strategy planning. It provides an overview of the role and value of advertising within broader marketing and communication practice, as well as in depth study of advertising media, strategic and creative disciplines. You will experience a variety of interactive learning and teaching approaches, both face to face and online, with a strong emphasis on industry relevance and creative outcomes.

Our graduates go on to work both locally and internationally in a variety of roles, from art direction and copy writing, to media planning and client management.

This program is ranked number five in the world and number one in Australia (Young Guns). It is one of the few creative advertising degrees which teach business and creative strategy.

Career

Graduates become innovative advertising strategists, copywriters and art directors. You can work strategically and creatively, locally and globally, and move seamlessly across disciplines and organisations that use advertising.
Typically, graduates work in:

  • agencies specialising in advertising, digital media, direct-response and sales promotion
  • media (TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines) and suppliers (TV production, radio, print and new media)
  • business, government and non-profit organisations with in-house advertising facilities
  • advertising and management consultancies.

Demand is high for top graduates in major centres and long-term employment prospects are strong globally, with notable growth in the Asia-Pacific.

The program will prepare you for roles such as:

  • strategic planner
  • media planner/ buyer
  • account executive
  • art director
  • copywriter.

This program will teach you to be a digital media design specialist in interactive media, digital video, sound design/soundtrack or digital environments.

You will explore the core disciplines of the field and then have the ability to specialise in visual effects and compositing, motion graphics, interactive and mobile media design, or sound design.

You will gain a solid grounding in contemporary digital media design theory and practice and will explore how digital content can be planned, produced, applied and integrated.

Career

Digital Media is a continually evolving field: what is cutting-edge now may not be in five years. RMIT has developed a modular way of updating course content and curriculum to reflect expected changes in both industry and online applications.
Successful graduates of this degree will be equipped to respond to these changes with a focus on core digital media principles that can be updated and redefined. This rapid industry evolution forms part of the challenges within a digital media career and as such, our graduates are positioned at the forefront of their chosen practice, poised to become future leaders.

Graduates of this program can expect to work in a variety of professional roles, both locally and internationally, including:

  • web and interactive design
  • user experience design
  • app and mobile design
  • visual effects
  • motion graphics
  • sound design
  • digital production
  • digital environment and production design.

Exercise and sports science focuses on the integration of exercise and physical activity into healthcare, sports performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation. It uses knowledge and techniques from the areas of biomedical science, physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, psychology and sport assessment to improve performance.

Areas of study include performance analysis, exercise and health, physical activity, exercise metabolism, injury prevention and rehabilitation, biomechanics, motor learning, skill acquisition, and exercise prescriptions for a range of health conditions.

You will gain an understanding of the difference between exercise for health and exercise for sport performance.

RMIT is a leader in exercise and sports science education and research. You will gain practical experience working with RMIT’s industry partners and have access to specialised laboratories, playing fields and the Bundoora Netball and Sports Centre.

Career

Exercise and sports scientists may work as part of an athlete’s team. They conduct research, make observations and interpret data in relation to sporting or physical performances and communicate their findings to support staff in order to improve performance.

Exercise and sports scientists devise treatment and exercise programs that support an individual’s preparation and recovery, and help them return to training or competition after injuries.

They develop programs for individuals to improve their physical performance and reduce the risks of injury.

They often attend training sessions and sporting events to monitor sporting performances in addition to working in an office or testing laboratory.

They also refer clients to sports medicine physicians and other health professionals such as physiotherapists, dieticians, sports psychologists and podiatrists.

Career outlook

The growth of Australia’s aging population and an increase in our sedentary lifestyle is creating a need for more expertise in the health sector.

Graduates work with all ages – from children through to the elderly – in rehabilitation, prevention and reduction of disease and the effects associated with aging, and mental health promotion.

In a sporting context, sport scientists will work alongside support staff and coaches to assess and improve fitness (physiology) and skills using biomechanics and motor skill assessments.

In a health setting, accredited exercise physiologists can work alongside other health professionals such as physiotherapists, providing expertise on what exercise will benefit a person and designing their workout program. This can be for those recovering in hospital from musculoskeletal injuries, heart attacks, or other conditions. People may also be referred to an exercise physiologist by a general practitioner as part of a strategy to reduce their risk of suffering from disease.

Exercise and sports scientists are employed in a wide range of areas including:

  • peak sporting bodies and organisations
  • sporting clubs
  • rehabilitation centres
  • health providers
  • community organisations
  • research agencies

RMIT Architecture has an international reputation for design excellence and leads the way both in Australia and overseas by producing graduates who are design innovators.

With a strong focus on ideas-led venturous design exploration, RMIT’s Master of Architecture will assist you to develop a sophisticated understanding of architecture, while providing you with a diverse set of advanced skills and learning experiences.

You’ll continue to develop the core skills of architectural design learnt in the degree to an advanced level. You will enhance your understanding of architecture and design-based research, acquire diverse skills, undertake a wide variety of learning experiences and gain critical awareness of your own work.

RMIT Architecture and its graduates continue to achieve at the highest levels and are acknowledged by the national and international architectural profession.

At the annual 2018 Victorian Architecture Awards run by the Australian Institute of Architects, RMIT’s architecture community featured prominently across the 58 awards and 16 categories, receiving a number of key and prestigious awards.

Key achievements

  • The New Academic Street (NAS) by Lyons with NMBW Architecture Studio, Harrison and White, MvS Architects and Maddison Architects won this year’s highest honour: the coveted AIA Victorian Architectural Medal and the Henry Bastow Award for Educational Architecture.
  • RMIT Professor Carey Lyon is the Director of Lyons and the fifth RMIT Professor in a row to lead prestigious Victorian Medal-winning projects
  • M@ STUDIO Architects, a research-led practice lead by RMIT Professor Vivian Mitsogianni and Dean Boothroyd with staff, alumni and current students was awarded the 2017 AIA Melbourne Prize for their NGV 2016 Architecture Commission win.
  • RMIT Lecturer Ben Milbourne was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects 2017 Victorian Emerging Architect Prize.
  • Graduate Ton Vu was one of 10 students worldwide shortlisted for The Architectural Review’s “Global Architecture Graduate Awards“, and the only candidate to make the list from an Australian or New Zealand university.

The Master of Architecture is the next step on the path to becoming a design architect with professional accreditation.

Top 3 reasons to be part of RMIT Architecture

  • Study in design-focused and practical, hands-on studios that model industry best-practice
  • Learn from local and international leading architects in small classes and design studios
  • Be immersed in an urban design laboratory in Melbourne, Australia’s design capital

Career

Our graduates find work in architecture, design and building practices in the private and public sector. In small to medium-sized practices, graduates are engaged in a broad range of activities from design to project management. In large architectural firms, graduates may work across a number of disciplines and often pursue international work opportunities.

This program will teach you the core strategic skills to implement your knowledge in the arts industry.

From managing festivals, events and museums to working as an advisor in the community, education and government sector – you’ll emerge from this program as a highly skilled, reflective and ethical practitioner committed to making a contribution to arts management and the community.

Learning from industry practitioners and professional educators, you’ll recognise, develop and extend your professional knowledge, skills, attitudes and values within a flexible learning framework.

You’ll have many opportunities to develop networks with industry practitioners to help establish yourself as an arts professional.

Career

The arts is a growing industry that is increasingly demanding qualifications and professional training. Graduates of this program are employable as skilled senior practitioners in areas such as arts administration and management, and project management, in a variety of educational, training, community and arts settings.
Career paths from this program are broad but all have a focus on arts, community and policy development and engagement and include roles such as:

  • arts officer in local government
  • community officer
  • policy advisor to government
  • management for cultural and artistic institutions
  • festival manager
  • curator
  • freelance artist

Qualify for a career in diagnostic pathology and medical research. This program suits graduates from biological science or biomedical science degrees.

You’ll specialise in two clinical pathology discipline streams from the following options:

  • anatomical pathology
  • clinical biochemistry
  • haematology
  • medical microbiology
  • transfusion and transplantation science

On graduation, you’ll have high-level skills in analysis and knowledge integration relevant to your area of specialisation.

Medical scientists work in:

  • hospital laboratories
  • private pathology laboratories
  • state health laboratories
  • universities
  • as technical support specialists in commercial companies

Looking forward, employment for Medical Laboratory Scientists to November 2020 is expected to have moderate growth.

Develop your career in project management with a qualification that’s in demand across diverse industries.

RMIT’s Master of Project Management will equip you with in-demand management and leadership skills that are essential to companies across all industries.

This program is designed for professionals currently working or looking to work in the field of project management. It is particularly relevant for professionals looking to take the next step in their career.

This program emphasises the practical application of theory to develop your capacity to respond to current and emerging issues and trends. You will critically engage with project management theory and best practice principles, and evaluate and implement project management strategies using real world project based cases and examples.

What you will gain through this program.

In today’s working environment the skills of the project manager have never been more in demand.

A masters degree in project management will help you develop skills that are highly sought after globally in a wide variety of sectors, such as construction, architecture, engineering, information technology, government and events management. You will learn how to run complex projects with a range of stakeholders, managing all phases on time and to budget, and contribute to an increase in business effectiveness.

Why study a Master of Project Management at RMIT?

Our expert teachers, passionate researchers, connections to industry and strong practical focus means RMIT postgraduates are among the most employable in Australia.

RMIT’s strong emphasis on leadership and management including project scoping, scheduling, procurement, entrepreneurship, client relationships and more, you will be well placed to meet and exceed the emerging expectations of employers and industry.

Career

The program’s multidisciplinary approach will broaden your knowledge and understanding of project management and further develop your skills for working on collaborative projects across varying industries.

Harness the power of big data with the Master of Data Science. With a mix of analytics and computer science you’ll be central to business decision-making, corporate strategy and government planning.

We live in a data-driven world that’s generating huge volumes of information at ever increasing rates, via social media, financial transactions, transportation, and even scientific discovery.

Handling this big data is consequently a top priority for all of us, whether you’re in business, industry, government, or even individually, as citizens and consumers.

The emerging interdisciplinary field of data science combines areas of computer science with mathematical statistics and domain expertise to manage and analyse this data.

Though incorporating statistical methods, data science puts a greater emphasis on the specialised computational skills required to manage and analyse big data from sources such as social media, massive sensors, mobile and transaction data.

Data scientists develop the capability to derive insight and opportunity from the vast repositories of data that many organisations collect.

They help organisations in all sectors of the economy to make sense of these very large volumes of data; enabling businesses to gain a competitive edge, governments to deliver more targeted services, and research teams make new discoveries.

Data science and the analysis of big data could appeal to people from a whole range of backgrounds, such as graduates from computing, mathematics, science, engineering or health.

Despite sharing a number of courses with the Master of Analytics, the Master of Data Science has a significant core of both computer science and statistics.

This prepares graduates for a career working in a field that is driving scientific research, economic growth, public policy and corporate strategy, using cloud technologies to aid the management and analysis of very big data sets.

There are opportunities to experience an industry internship, and you will also undertake a capstone project that gives you hands-on, practical experience analysing data in a project setting.

The emphasis is on working within a corporate environment and integrating all the knowledge you’ve acquired throughout the program into a solid skills base to take into your professional life.

After being exposed to the latest theoretical and practical expertise, graduates of the Master of Data Science are expected to become influential leaders within their organisations.

It’s been called the “sexiest job of the 21st century”, but whether or not that’s true, data scientists that can manage and make sense of big data are among the most important roles in the information age.

Career

Any organisation handling large volumes of data needs qualified data scientists.

Organisations in all sectors of the economy – IT sector, business sector, science and engineering, government, medical – can gain a competitive edge by better managing and analysing their data.

As data science is still a new and emerging field, the roles available for data scientists are consequently quite varied and diverse.

As well as the title of data scientist, other positions include analytics specialist, business intelligence analyst/developer, data analyst, data architect, data engineer, data miner, research scientist and web analyst.

RMIT is situated in Melbourne’s central business district, with the adjacent biomedical and knowledge precinct to the north – both areas being particular hubs for data science employment.

While industry expertise is at the heart of program delivery, studying at RMIT also means you are physically located close to Melbourne’s data professionals, with many opportunities for developing links to local industry and jobs, including meet-ups, events and seminars, as well as other networking occasions.

After being exposed to the latest theoretical and practical expertise, graduates of the Master of Data Science are expected to become influential leaders within their organisations.

Equip yourself with the key skills and competencies required to become a leader in your chosen industry.

This program starts with series of courses that introduce key business concepts, before building towards more complex projects that will allow you to showcase your understanding of corporate strategy and design-led thinking.

Students can complete an RMIT MBA program through 2 years of full-time study, or on a part-time basis. Online and flexible learning options are also available.

A program designed to guide your development as a business leader.
The RMIT MBA is a challenging 1.5-year (full time) program designed to build real world business skills and creative problem-solving techniques.

Your journey begins with the business fundamentals – Design Thinking for Business, Leadership and Management, Marketing for Managers, and Financial Analytics for Managerial Decisions. You’ll be guided through these essential areas by committed lecturers who care about your progress.

Design Thinking is at the core of RMIT’s MBA program. From the beginning of your program you’ll be immersed in Design Thinking weekend intensives where you will discover your creative side and explore problems usingan agile approach. This inspirational course will transform the way you think about problem solving, and give you the confidence to attack complex business problems in new ways.

After completing courses in areas such as Strategy and Management of Technology and Innovation, you’ll finish the program by building consulting and management skills that you can take directly to the market.

Courses such as Business Research Design and Business Consulting are complemented by challenging electives that will sharpen your capabilities.

You’ll graduate with a sound understanding of business fundamentals, an entirely new perspective on creative problem solving, and a set of real-world business skills that you can immediately apply in professional situations. (RMIT MBA graduates are widely acknowledged as job-ready by the business community).

Career

As an RMIT MBA graduate, you’re on the path to business leadership.
You’ll find our MBA Graduates working and leading in professional, commercial, industrial, not-for-profit, NGO public administration and start-up organisations. They perform a wide range of roles, including organisational strategy and innovation, management consultancy, international development coordination, and advice and operations management.

Our MBA program is designed to ensure our graduates enter the business world with the full range of real-world skills necessary to be an effective problem solver from day one. To help our students build these skills, we run a number of industry-relevant programs and electives.

Our comprehensive Business Mentoring Program will assist your career progression and increase your employment opportunities. During the program, you will engage in a range of activities including seminars with guest speakers, group work and case studies, individual mentoring and coaching and career preparation.

The mentoring program covers essential areas such as: leadership in the workplace, power and influence, judgement in decision-making, career and self-management, working in Australian organisations, working in Asia and working in a family business. All our business mentors have at least 15 years experience, are active leaders in their respective fields, and will provide valuable guidance and support.

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RMIT International Excellence Scholarship

Value and duration

20% tuition fee reduction for the entire program duration.

Eligibility

In order to qualify for this scholarship you must:

  • achieve an overall 70% or equivalent in your last completed qualification
  • provide either a personal statement (approx. 300 words) or a 60-90 seconds video. Please introduce yourself, explain why you think you deserve the scholarship and tell us why you would be the perfect RMIT Ambassador
  • have a full offer and enrol in one of the following programs at RMIT, commencing in Semester 1 or Semester 2, 2019:
    – Bachelor degree
    – Masters by Coursework
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