The College of Business supports a range of programs and events designed to foster innovation and entrepreneurship amongst the university community.
RMIT recognises that students today want more from their careers than just a salary – they also want to contribute positively to the world with specialised skills and knowledge.
Many of the world’s social, environmental and economic issues can be addressed by an entrepreneurial mindset. This means seeing opportunities rather than problems and viewing collaboration and partnership as pathways to success.
Driven by this concept of social enterprise, the College of Business offers students the opportunity to become active and engaged entrepreneurs even as they study.
New Enterprise Investment Fund
The New Enterprise Investment Fund (NEIF) and associated program is designed to support the formation of new business ventures originating from RMIT students.
Fastrack Innovation Program
Fastrack is a cutting-edge program that brings together top talent from across RMIT with innovative industry partners to collaborate on solutions to real-world challenges.
The Prince's Lead Your Own Business Program
The Prince’s Charities Australia in partnership with RMIT University supports transitioning ADF personnel to start a small business or consultancy through The Prince's Lead Your Own Business program.
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme
The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) is an Australian Government initiative administered by the Federal Department of Employment (DoE).
The Pop-up Shop is a space where student and graduate entrepreneurs are kick-starting their businesses, thanks to a new initiative from RMIT.
Business Lecture Series
RMIT University in partnership with Ernst & Young and veski, hosts and delivers the RMIT Business Lecture Series.
Entrepreneurship is celebrated as a fundamental value in the College.
Engage with the College's entrepreneurial ecosystem through programs, networks and a range of opportunities.