Supporting online learning through TEQSA partnership
RMIT has partnered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to deliver a six part online series designed to support education providers in the transition to online learning.
New Higher Apprentices scheme set to upskill experienced workers
A new program launched by the Victorian Government will provide pathways for experienced social service sector workers to grow their skills and take on new challenges in their jobs and careers.
Digital trial connects regional secondary students
A new project from RMIT and Telstra is providing laptops and internet access to Shepparton high school students as part of a study into the importance of digital inclusion.
Female STEM students inspire Minister’s visit
A unique program to support women get training and skills to enter the demanding STEM industries will see students embark on Higher Education degrees this week, boosted by a Ministerial visit.
QS rankings by subject released
RMIT University was among the top Australian performers in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject released today.
Lifelong learning key to unlocking skills gaps
A new survey of 600 Australian businesses has found almost half hire new to fill skills gaps rather than upskill existing staff, despite the benefits of delivering education and training internally.
New courses to prepare students for the cloud
RMIT has joined with AWS Academy to create new cloud computing courses that will arm students for in-demand roles in business and beyond.
RMIT takes home two BHERT Awards
RMIT has taken out two categories in the prestigious Business / Higher Education Round Table (BHERT) Awards.
A powerful voice for design and education
One of RMIT’s senior architecture leaders has been recognised for her contribution to academia with the 2019 Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize.
Higher Education Minister visits RMIT Vietnam
The Victorian Minister for Higher Education and Minister for Training and Skills, the Honourable Gayle Tierney, visited RMIT’s Ho Chi Minh City campus this week.
Passionate disability advocate recognised for contribution to community
Educator, author and speaker Dr Christine Durham OAM has received an honorary doctorate from RMIT.
Fact Check: Labor leader Bill Shorten says the number of apprenticeships has slumped since the Coalition took office. Is he correct?
RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates Labor Leader Bill Shorten's claim that the number of apprenticeships have slumped.