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New Academic Street project
The New Academic Street project will transform the heart of the RMIT City campus creating laneways, gardens, new student spaces and better library facilities.
RMIT has a reputation for delivering innovative academic programs within stunning modern and historic buildings located in Melbourne’s CBD. The project, which is subject to final approval by the RMIT Council, ensures that RMIT will continue to provide students, staff and visitors with a unique urban experience. Construction on the main project is planned to start in mid-2015.
Collaborative project creates a new book in nine days
Students from the School of Media and Communication have joined forces to publish a new book in nine days as part of the Emerging Writers’ Festival.
Indigenous student shares life and culture in Nepal
For Sarah Whaleboat, the opportunity to teach abroad and share her culture with students in a small primary school in Nepal was nothing short of a dream come true.
A New Rule of Law: Social intelligence, open rights
Explore the legal and ethical challenges of regulating the contemporary societies that emerged when Big Data encountered Web 3.0.
Midyear intake information sessions
Thinking of study in 2015?
Attend a Midyear information session and speak directly with RMIT staff about your options.
RMIT has over 250 programs available for Midyear entry in 2015.
Acknowledgement of country
RMIT University acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the land.