Mutually beneficial partnerships with industry underpin the College of Business’ leadership in applied education and research.
We invite you to explore how we can work together to deliver significant outcomes for your business. We engage with business, government, the not-for-profit sector and the community in a variety of ways including:
A crucial part of RMIT’s commitment to work-relevant education is delivered through Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) and paid student placements in industry are an important component of WIL. Other WIL opportunities include voluntary placements, industry based projects, simulated work experiences and the Business Plan Competition.
Executive Education works with industry and government organisations at the local and international level to provide a wide range of training, professional development and consultancy services.
The emphasis is on designing and delivering programs and short courses which align with the learning and knowledge needs of the client group. Practicality is an essential focus and our programs and courses combine a structured mix of lectures, presentations by experts in the field, group and individual activities and site visits.
The College of Business supports a range of programs and events designed to foster innovation and entrepreneurship amongst the university community. These include the Business Plan Competition, NEIS and Entrepreneur in Residence program.
The College of Business is heavily engaged in both knowledge creation (through research) and knowledge dissemination (through teaching and work integrated learning). We have a special focus in pursuing rigorous research that provides solutions to industry and society at large and which promotes social, cultural and economic benefits.
College of Business Industry Advisory Board
RMIT University is strengthening its industry ties with the College of Business Advisory Board. The board plays a crucial role in guiding the strategic development of the College of Business both nationally and internationally. The board consists of high profile business leaders from a range of industries who will work together to further business education and research at RMIT.
Program Advisory Committees
Every School has a range of Program Advisory Committees which are responsible for guiding the development of VET and Higher Education programs and ensuring they are relevant to industry requirements.
Sponsorship opportunities include named scholarships, student prizes and awards, alumni activities, industry-based research projects and named facilities and equipment.
Email us to discuss a mutually beneficial sponsorship partnership.
There are more than 36,000 College of Business alumni around the world making significant contributions to their communities.
RMIT’s Career Development and Employment unit can help you find skilled staff members from among our graduates and trainees in a range of ways.
The College of Business acknowledges academic excellence by awarding more than 69 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 33 companies, professional bodies and private individuals.