Future Technologies

Future Technologies comprises a broad range of programs spanning across engineering, electrical and telecommunications, ICT and mechanical and aerospace and our new Industry 4.0 area at certificate, diploma and sub-bachelor levels.

The Future Technologies cluster aims to provide skilled graduates with a strong sense of purpose through innovative practise-based teaching and learning based on strong links to industry.   

This cluster drives innovation, leveraging RMIT’s vibrant research community and attracting funding from a range of government and industry sources. RMIT University is an Athena SWAN member and Future Technologies is central to driving improvements in gender equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly in the Science, Technology, Engineering disciplines. 

The Future Technologies cluster teaches programs in:

  • Engineering, Electrical and Telecoms
  • ICT
  • Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil
  • Defence industries
  • Industry 4.0
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