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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!
Studying Property, Construction or Project Management at RMIT
Find out what it's like studying Property and Valuation, Construction or Project Management at RMIT and the different degrees on offer.
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).
Residents left with the bill for flammable cladding crisis
Simon Lockrey, senior lecturer in industrial design, breaks down Victoria’s combustible cladding crisis, what it means for homeowners and what it will take to fix.
Dame Judith Hackitt speaks at RMIT
Removing banned cladding materials from Melbourne buildings is needed to reassure residents and rebuild public confidence, global building regulation and fire safety expert says.
Constructing a bright future
A group of RMIT students have identified themselves as future leaders of the global construction industry after winning second place in an international competition.