Computer Science and Information Technology at RMIT
Computer Science and Information Technology degrees at RMIT allow you to gain the programming and system support skills that employers really value. But how do you work out which one is right for you?
Andrew Finlayson decided to switch careers and follow his passion for IT. Studying his masters at RMIT has provided him with many valuable skills and he is eager to break into the industry.
Games graduate makes her mark
RMIT graduate Cherie Davidson talks game development, working in London and what it means to be named one of the most influential women in the local games industry.
For Tass Grigoriou studying information systems gave him the opportunity to gain international experience for a global industry.
The Associate Degree in Information Technology has opened up all the options Kimberley Johnson wanted to find her place in the IT industry.
Top five tips for making art from play
Students from the School of Media and Communication have taken home the award for Best Visual Art in the 2015 Freeplay Awards.
Professor Mark Sanderson
Computer science researcher Professor Mark Sanderson talks about his information retrieval research at RMIT.
Hugh Williams: careers in computer science
Google Vice-President Engineering and RMIT alumnus, Hugh Williams, talks about careers in computer science, and how RMIT's programs give students the skills and experience industry needs.
RMIT computer science lecturer, Shekhar Kalra is an expert in web technology and has been recognised by the Department of Education for inspiring students and cultivating curiosity.
Ghizal Noorzaye developed an interest in project management through her participation in the Cooperative Education Program offered during her program.
Meet John Thangarajah: artificial intelligence expert
Associate Professor John Thangarajah is a self-confessed technophile who’s looking forward to a world where artificial intelligence can improve our daily lives.