School of Global, Urban and Social Studies
The School of Global, Urban and Social Studies is a multidisciplinary leader in delivering education, training and research that contribute to a just and sustainable world.
Located in the heart of Melbourne on RMIT’s City campus, the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies (GUSS) is one of RMIT’s largest schools and provides programs from certificates to PhDs.About
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The School of Global, Urban and Social Studies is multi-disciplinary and offers education and training in a variety of programs and courses.
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The School of Global, Urban and Social Studies engages in research across diverse areas and its research responds to the needs of our time and is engaged with communities.Research
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Pathways in International and Community Services
Build skills before you start a degree. The School of Global, Urban and Social Studies offers a selection of guaranteed pathways to further study.
Guy Johnson was only 24 and fresh out of university when he walked into his first boarding house to scenes that would change him forever.
Languages can complement your degree
Interested in learning a new language or keeping up the language you learnt in high school? You can study the Diploma of Languages concurrently with many RMIT programs or take up a Language elective.
Jordan Lockett completed the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) to help make a difference in the lives of people who have been impacted by mental illness.
Research translates into interpreting programs
Unique initiatives in Translating and Interpreting have extended the RMIT program's reach to online communities regionally and globally.
Social Work Alliance Project
Social Work Alliance Project (SWAP) is a student group that aims to increase the sense of community within the discipline of Social Work at RMIT.
Laura Bishop is providing a second chance at life to Ethiopian mothers through her work at EthiopiAid, which aims to improve health and education in Ethiopia.
Researchers explore benefits of free public WiFi
The Victorian free public WiFi initiative is an unknown commodity but the potential benefits could be great for all Victorians, according to RMIT researchers.
Spotlight on gender and trauma
RMIT’s Dr Kathryn Daley shares her research on the role of gender in how people respond to trauma at a Corrections Victoria panel today.
Outstanding researchers awarded Vice-Chancellor’s fellowships
RMIT has announced the latest recipients of its Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships, with 12 outstanding researchers making an impact in fields ranging from sleep disorders to nanotechnology.