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Ellvana Curo – Property and Valuation
Ellvana Curo knew she wanted to learn about property, but never knew what field of work she wanted to work in before studying her Property and Valuation degree.
Will Barton: I am the author of my own story
"I am the author of my own story." RMIT University graduate Will Barton talks about his passion for agriculture.
I would highly recommend to anyone interested in undertaking Construction Management – especially females – to just go for it!
Women Building Futures 2017
Save the date to celebrate the women who are leading in property, construction and project management on International Women's Day, 2017.
The need for urban design for the megacities of the future
According to the United Nations World Urbanization Prospects 2014 report, 54% of the world’s population lives in urban areas which is expected to increase to 66% by 2050.
About the Employer of Choice program
The Employer of Choice program offers a formal way for industry to partner with RMIT’s School of Property, Construction and Project Management (PCPM).
Uber may hold key to housing affordability
The key to improving housing affordability may be “disruptive” thinking, according to RMIT researcher Dr Andrea Sharam.
Student designs on the right track for future rail crossing removals
A collaborative research project between RMIT University and the University of Melbourne explores new ways to improve the integration of public transport and urban design in Melbourne.
How Project Management can future-proof your career
In the 1980s, when a computer was the size of an office and lattes had not been invented, there were few opportunities for formal project management education.