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Languages teaching scholarships
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is offering final year undergraduate students who are proficient in a language other than English between $6,000 and $11,000 to become qualified languages teachers.

Upcoming events

10/08/2014 RMIT Open Day
RMIT’s City, Brunswick and Bundoora campuses will be open for exploration.

Current news

Hicks’ lawyer presents at language symposium
Human rights consultant Dan Mori has delivered the keynote speech at a Language, Diversity and Global Security symposium at RMIT.
16/04/2014

Super investment pathway could close rental supply gap
A groundbreaking report by RMIT researchers outlines a new investment pathway to lift the supply of affordable rental housing.
15/04/2014

Lecture hears from Victoria's human rights watchdog
Victoria's human rights watchdog has delivered the keynote presentation at a public lecture for World Social Work Day at RMIT.
09/04/2014

New home for urban research
RMIT University has launched a new inter-disciplinary research centre focusing on critical urban issues and sustainable city living.
09/04/2014

Assessing the creativity of cities
Dr Ian McShane knows what makes creative cities tick - and he's putting that knowledge to good use for UNESCO.
28/02/2014

Joining forces for urban renewal
Students from Melbourne and Mexico have come together to transform the urban environments of their home cities.
20/02/2014

Art cuts through the sports media circus
An exhibition inspired by the recent controversy miring the Essendon Football Club has been praised as a vital piece of social commentary.
19/02/2014

RMIT delivers interpreter training in Myanmar
The first ever professional interpreter training workshop has been delivered in Yangon, Myanmar.
18/02/2014

Utopia - stepping across the cultural abyss
The RMIT Global Cities Research Institute recently hosted a free screening of John Pilger’s latest film, Utopia.
11/02/2014

Improving agriculture to fight Filipino poverty
Researchers will examine how improving agriculture can cut poverty in conflict areas of The Philippines, thanks to a $1.4 million grant.
03/02/2014

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