RMIT University has established a reputation for excellence in business and management education, providing high quality, industry responsive programs relevant to the national and global marketplace.
Studying business at RMIT University is a great way to enhance your career. In today’s competitive environment, professionals need the skills to adapt to an ever changing business world. At RMIT, we give our students the skills that enable them to deal with real-world business issues.
RMIT University has established a reputation for excellence in business and management education.
The College of Business and Law is one of the largest business schools in the Asia Pacific region and delivers industry-engaged education and applied research that spark ambition and new perspectives. Attracting over 31,000 students, programs are delivered in Melbourne, Vietnam, and via significant teaching partnerships in Singapore, China and Indonesia. Through RMIT Online the College offers a range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs.
The College of Business and Law comprises six schools offering programs from traineeship to PhD levels. Many programs articulate between vocational education and higher education, creating pathways for further study.
The College continues to provide industry responsive programs relevant to both students and the future needs of employers with a wide range of award programs, executive education and training that can be tailored for the workplace. Alongside established programs covering international management education, financial markets, and international accounting and law, specialist programs such as entrepreneurship and logistics are offered. This breadth of programs offered is possible through collaborative and cooperative teaching and research and many Business students may find that they will be studying alongside peers from a variety of business disciplines throughout their time at RMIT.
RMIT College of Business and Law has a proud history of providing programs that meet the evolving needs of students and industry.
All of our programs incorporate Work Integrated Learning (WIL) which means that our students are work-ready by the time they graduate.
This embedded industry perspective places them ahead of their competitors in the job market, and provides an invaluable opportunity to start developing social and professional networks during their RMIT studies.
Our teaching staff deliver programs responsive to the latest industry requirements and are actively engaged in research and consultation to business and government.
We also connect with the local Victorian community, businesses, research centres, governments and secondary schools in Australia to run projects, provide services, host conferences and provide networking opportunities for business leaders and alumni.
The College of Business and Law acknowledges academic excellence by awarding more than 70 prizes annually for outstanding performance in its courses and programs. The scale of this activity is made possible by the generous sponsorship of more than 60 companies, professional bodies and private individuals.
Student prizes are awarded within each academic school and at College level.
The College of Business and Law has links with overseas partner organisations including other leading universities and business schools, and companies. With campuses in Vietnam and significant teaching partnerships in China, Singapore and Indonesia, the College has a strong presence in the Asia-Pacific region. In addition, students can study an RMIT Business Program through Open Universities Australia, regional Victoria, or at our various locations in Melbourne.
After many years of offshore activity RMIT is highly experienced in international education. We undertake joint research with partners in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, the US, Canada and Europe.
Staff and students have the opportunity to develop discipline knowledge and gain cultural and professional insights through an extensive range of international exchanges, study abroad choices, project work and work experience.
Staff and students are able to extend their professional networks worldwide and, through the RMIT alumni network, continue their social networks and lifelong relationship with the University beyond graduation.
With more than 95,000 members concentrated across the Asia Pacific region, the College of Business and Law alumni community is actively engaged with the current student body.
Opportunities for involvement include becoming an MBA student mentor, the Business Plan Competition and other college activities that support the development of our students' entrepreneurial capacities.
To find out more about staying connected or getting involved as a mentor, contact the business alumni office on email@example.com.