In our strategic plan, we lay out the goals, directions and priorities that we will pursue together over the next five years, in order to transform the ways we work and learn.

Direction one - Life-changing experiences

A transformative student experience

Priority 1 - Graduating ready for life and work

Priority 2 - Inspiring teaching

Priority 3 - Learning through work and enterprise

Priority 4 - Valuing and growing our diversity

Priority 5 - A digitally enabled experience

Connected pathways

Priority 1 - A distinctive form of connected education

Priority 2 - Supporting access, progression and pathways

Priority 3 - A trailblazing approach to assessment and credentials

Priority 4 - A dynamic community of alumni

Priority 5 - Enterprise-ready

Direction two - Passion with purpose

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Supporting and empowering our people with clearer, smarter, simpler systems

Priority 1 - Our people focused on outcomes and positive impact

Priority 2 - A team approach to work

Priority 3 - Simpler, more supportive processes and systems

Priority 4 - A positive culture of service and support

Priority 5 - Intelligent, timely use of information and analytics

Managing resources for long-term value

Priority 1 - Financial performance to support our goals

Priority 2 - Places and spaces for creativity and collaboration

Priority 3 - Digital infrastructure supporting everything we do

Priority 4 - Improving environmental sustainability

Direction three - Shaping the world

Research and innovation: creating impact through collaboration

Priority 1 - Using our strengths to drive impact in research and innovation

Priority 2 - Solving public policy problems

Priority 3 - Research embedded in teaching and engagement

Priority 4 - Effective research training

Industry and enterprise embedded in everything we do

Priority 1 - Meeting global demand with strategic partnership

Priority 2 - Connected with industry and community throughout the student

Global reach and outlook

Priority 1 - Preparing students for the globalised world of work

Priority 2 - A global contribution to research and innovation

Priority 3 - Global operations that contribute to RMIT's reputation and financial performance

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer