RMIT Europe and EIT Urban Mobility partner to tackle air pollution
A series of free online courses developed by RMIT and industry experts is helping urban planning professionals to tackle a crucial question: "How can we improve air quality in our cities?"
EdTech, AgTech and Logistics tech in focus for Australia / Vietnam opportunities
A new report provides insights for Australian firms looking to explore business opportunities in Vietnam related to Industry 4.0 across the agriculture, logistics and higher education sectors.
Litter released into waterways teaches communities a lesson
Bottles fitted with GPS tracking devices are being released into the Barwon River to demonstrate how and where litter travels once it enters Victoria’s precious waterways.
RMIT students become the teacher at Rosanna Primary School
Students from RMIT’s Bachelor of Education stepped back into primary school to practice critical skills required for teaching English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) students.
Decolonising higher education: First Nations student perspectives in Australia
First Nations students at RMIT shared their perspectives on how universities can promote inclusion and Indigenous perspectives at the recent UNESCO World Higher Education Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Humanitarian engineering lecturer wins national teaching excellence award
RMIT’s Dr Nick Brown was announced as a 2021 winner for teaching excellence at the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) this week.
Summit fosters Australia-Vietnam cooperation in digital education
The best of innovative digital technologies for education were the focus of the Digitally Enhanced Learning Summit, delivered in partnership by RMIT University and the Victorian Government's trade facilitation agency Global Victoria.
Next-gen Bachelor of Business courses designed to meet the future of education
RMIT & RMIT Online have launched new programs with industry partners Amazon Web Services (AWS), Adobe, Australian Red Cross, and Medibank
New Vice-Chancellor and President for RMIT
Professor Alec Cameron has been announced as RMIT's incoming Vice-Chancellor and President.
Hamann wins prestigious Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize
Associate Professor Conrad Hamann was announced as a joint winner of the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize, the fourth RMIT recipient to win the award.
Inclusion, integration, innovation: future-proofing education
With COVID-19 accelerating the switch to virtual learning, industry leaders say we must continue to integrate technology, embrace innovation and ensure no one is left behind.
Key Hong Kong partnerships renewed
RMIT has achieved a significant milestone in Hong Kong with the renewal of two global partnerships.