DSC Intertext Symposium 2020
The DSC Intertext Symposium is a unique Higher Degree by Research (HDR) student-led conference for the College of Design and Social Context (DSC) at RMIT University.
Discover What's Next - Pharmacy
A pharmacy degree opens a range of career opportunities. A Pharmacy degree from RMIT University can help you get there!
Discover What's Next - Business Industry Spotlight
Ready to discover real industry connections in Business at RMIT?
RMIT x ACMI - Games Talks 2020 - Talk 7: Brett Leavy (Virtual Songlines)
The Creative Director and “Virtual Heritage Jedi” is using VR and videogames to preserve First Nations culture. Join him in a live streamed chat to hear about his life’s work.
Discover What's Next - Moving to Melbourne
Get ready to find out what it's like to study in one of the world's most liveable cities.
Discover What's Next - Blockchain
Come and talk with staff of RMIT University’s new Bachelor of Business (Blockchain Enabled Business) program that will be starting in 2021!
RMIT Scavenger Hunt
RMIT Scavenger Hunt is a simple, yet tremendously entertaining activity where you will tackle a variety of creative and challenging task.
Discover What's Next - Music Industry
Join us in this interactive workshop to hear firsthand what life as an RMIT Music Industry student entails.
Discover What's Next - Creative Writing
Thinking of studying in RMIT’s world-leading Creative Writing program? Let academics and students tell you everything you need to know.
What Can the Diary Offer (in Troubled Times)?
Join the non/fictionLab for its monthly series of public online forums: How the Future Looks Now. The series brings together writers and other creative artists, industry leaders and academics, to discuss how the future looks now for our artforms, industries and communities.
CAST OUT LOUD: Space for Us presented by Jacob Tolo
Join RMIT’s Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) Open Talk 2020 to hear from guest presenter Jacob Tolo, curator of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2021. Jacob will present and discuss his curatorial work around making space for other voices.
Discover What's Next - Transitioning into University
Discover what your first year at RMIT is going to look like.
Finding the new normal: Vietnam's response in the face of COVID-19.
With border closures and travel bans impacting travel and hospitality, what's next? Join RMIT and industry experts as they discuss the how COVID-19 has affected the country, its pandemic response and what's ahead for industry, tourism and hospitality in the region.
Discover What's Next - Property, Construction & Project Management
Hear from our experts in Property, Construction & Project Management and learn about the employer of choice program.
RMIT x ACMI - Games Talks 2020. Talk 8: Games Talks 2020: Grace Bruxner (Worm Club)
The experimental game developer and Creative Director of Worm Club (‘Frog Detective’ series), joins us for a live streamed chat about her games and career so far.
Discover What's Next - Careers in AR, VR, UX, Video & Sound Design
Learn how Digital Media unlocks opportunities for creative careers in emerging areas such as AR, VR, UX, Video, Sound Design, interactive.
Experience surveying day
If you are interested in a career as a land surveyor, this one hour event hosted by RMIT University provides a fantastic opportunity for you to do surveying activities with the help of fully qualified Surveyors.
Discover What's Next - All you need to know about RMIT
Discover all you need to know about studying at RMIT!
Discover What's Next - Economics & Finance
Come and talk with staff, students and industry experts who are part of the Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance) programs.
RMIT Writing & Publishing and Hardie Grant presents the Spark Prize In-Conversation Workshop
Hardie Grant Books and RMIT Writing and Publishing are pleased to introduce the inaugural Spark Prize, a new biennial prize for a narrative non-fiction book proposal. In this conversational workshop, hear from an author and editor about the author-editor relationship and gain valuable insights into writing a book proposal that will grab a publisher's attention.
WCEF Oceania Side Event
Join Professor Usha Iyer-Raniga from RMIT and other Circular Economy Specialists for the World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF) Oceania Side Event on Wednesday 7 October commencing at 7:30pm AEDT in understanding Australia's challenges to transition to circularity.