School of Education
The School of Education is a multidisciplinary leader with an established reputation for providing educational and vocational leadership in knowledge creation.
The School of Education supports current and future educators to develop critical skills needed within contemporary teaching and learning.About
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The School of Education is multi-disciplinary, with an established reputation for providing educational and vocational leadership in the field of knowledge creation.Our teaching areas
Education, Training and Work in the Asian CenturyResearch
The School of Education is dedicated to industry and community engagement by providing a number of pathways through research and specific individual projects.Industry connections
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Pre-university study prepares you for success at university. You can improve your English, gain core knowledge in a new subject area or refresh your skills before entering an RMIT program.
The Bundoora campus, in the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, is set in a tranquil parkland environment complete with outdoor sporting facilities for football, athletics, tennis and netball.
Mark Mossuto currently facilitates and coordinates RMIT’s Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and looks after the development of customised commercial training.
Research: Education, Training and Work in the Asian Century
As a global university of technology and design, RMIT brings unique capabilities to research through a transdisciplinary approach.
Beyond the Classroom
A degree in education doesn't just place you inside a classroom – it's a pathway into any industry.
How to become a teacher
RMIT Education graduates Adam Benjamin and Carly Phillips explore the various options for study and the pathways that can lead you there.
Reframing Mathematical Futures
RMIT researchers have received more than $1.47 million in funding to find new ways to make maths more engaging for high school students.
Cross cultural education helps everyone
RMIT University hosted 33 honoured guests from Malaysia in March, made up of the Chief Minister of Pahang Province, school principals, teachers, education staff, and students from the Pahang province.
New Vice-Chancellor is ready to listen and learn
The new Vice-Chancellor and President of RMIT University, Martin Bean CBE, has arrived - and his first priority is to listen.
Music presence strikes the right note at education forum
Indigenous Australian musician and educator Kutcha Edwards was a keynote highlight at RMIT School of Education’s planning forum.