Studying a business program with RMIT means you will be part of a worldwide community of students, lecturers and researchers.
In addition to programs offered at campuses in Australia and Vietnam and through RMIT's partnerships in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, the College of Business and Law actively develops relationships with educational institutions and organisations around the globe.
If you are a current student at one of our partner institutions, find out about programs offered at RMIT's campuses and advanced standing arrangements.
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China
Originally founded as the Shanghai Guanghua University in 1925, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE) is a key training base for senior level management personnel in the financial and economic sectors and key research base for the development of the financial industry.
Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China
Wuhan University of Science and Technology (WUST) is located in Wuhan, the largest city in Central China. The University has established many high-level research centres, including centres with large enterprises such as iron and steel companies.
Xiamen University, China
Xiamen University (XMU) was founded in 1921, and is one of China’s top research Universities and a member of the 211 Project and 985 Innovative Platforms for Key Disciplines Project - initiatives of the Chinese government as part of a national endeavor to build world-class universities in the 21st century.
Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
UiTM is one of Malaysia's most innovative and entrepreneurial universities, forming linkages with industry to enrich research and innovation activities and enhance its entrepreneurial culture.
Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Sri Lanka
The Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) is renowned for the excellence of its teaching, and for preparing students for the world of work.
Articulation and Advanced Standing
Articulation agreements are managed by the Office of the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, International (DPVC-I). All enquiries from RMIT schools and external parties who wish to discuss a potential articulation agreement, MOU or staff/student exchange between programs of relevant disciplines should contact the Office of the DPVC-I.
Information about articulation agreements and specific requirements are available for staff to view in Admissions and Credit Assessment documents section of the College of Business and Law Intranet.
Additional articulation agreements and memoranda of understanding are currently being developed by the College of Business and Law with institutions in China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Germany, Spain, Italy and France.
Memoranda of Understanding
The College is building partnerships in research, learning and teaching with a number of overseas institutions. Staff are welcome to discuss new and current MOUs with their Head of School and the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, International in the College of Business and Law.