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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.

RMIT plays host to Australia’s biggest international skills excellence event

The 2019 Global Skills Challenge included 500 competitors and officials from across 15 countries.

Research leaps forward in ERA rankings

RMIT University has been rated among the world's best in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.

ATSB and RMIT partner in transport safety investigation

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has announced a strategic partnership with RMIT that will see the University offer Transport Safety Investigator qualifications.

Champions! Renegades win first BBL title

Melbourne Renegades made history on Sunday night winning their first Big Bash League Twenty20 crown, defeating the Melbourne Stars at Marvel Stadium.

Gender equity training to shape the workforce of the future

RMIT microcredentials will part of an Australian-first gender equity training pilot designed to prevent violence against women.

Sans Forgetica: new typeface designed to help students study

A new font released by RMIT could help people remember more of what they read as thousands of students begin to study for exams.

New Women's Football Academy to kick off in 2019

A new Women’s Football Academy will create education and development pathways for students and elite athletes and encourage greater participation in women’s football

New blockchain courses to address skills gap

With blockchain expertise in high demand, but considerable gaps preventing this demand from being met, RMIT has announced two new courses to provide students with these necessary future skills.

Blockchain-enabled badges for students

RMIT students will soon have the option to publish industry-relevant skills and experiences to the blockchain, in partnership with leading digital credentialing platform, Credly.

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