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RMIT University

 

History:

RMIT University/ The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology centered in Melbourne, Victoria, is an Australian university of technology established in 1887. RMIT University has grown to be the largest tertiary institution in Australia that boasts over 82,000 students. Prof. Margaret Gardner is the current Vice- Chancellor.

Rankings:

QS World University Rankings placed RMIT University among the top 300 Australian universities in 2013. It has also won a 5-Star QS ranking for excellence in higher education. In 2009, RMIT was placed first in the GSEA's Top Entrepreneurial Universities List; first nationally and 12th internationally. Chinese, chiropractic, and energy medicines courses at RMIT won Bent Spoon Award in 2011. RMIT was placed 93rd among the 100 under 50 year’s old universities by the Times Higher Education rankings.

Campuses:

RMIT’s campuses are spread across Melbourne and Vietnam. It also has a centre in Barcelona, Spain.

RMIT has three campuses in Melbourne:

  • Central Business District
  • Brunswick
  • Bundoora

RMIT’s two campuses are in Vietnam:

  • Hanoi
  • Ho Chi Minh City

Scholarships:

RMIT provides doctoral, postgraduate, undergraduate and vocational education and training programs along with a wide range of scholarships to support students from different backgrounds.  

Academics:

RMIT hosts 23 schools under three academic colleges; College of Business, College of Science, Engineering and Health, College of Design and Social Context.

Apart from specialized courses in Fashion Design, Textiles, Furniture Design, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Entrepreneurship, Aviation Management, Aerospace Engineering, Media, Advertising, Photography and Indigenous Studies, RMIT also offers the following courses.

  • Architecture
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business, Management and Marketing
  • Communications, Media and Journalism
  • Computer and Information Sciences
  • Design
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • International Relations/Studies
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Sciences
  • Visual Arts

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