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!

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are disrupting businesses, industry and the global economy.  The pace of digital transformation is faster than ever in 2020. Globally, the blockchain market size is expected to grow to USD 23.3 billion by 2023. 

RMIT’s Bachelor of Blockchain Enabled Business is the first (and only) complete bachelor’s degree in Australia designed to equip you with the broad base of multidisciplinary knowledge and skills that industry is asking for. 

The program has been designed to equip students with specialist knowledge and skills in Blockchain applications, strategy, finance, economics, accounting, law, and regulation and policy, to help businesses, government, and social enterprises to adapt to blockchain technology. 

At this event you’ll have the opportunity to hear from the top thinkers and teachers in this cutting edge field, learn how this technology is poised to revolutionise the way we do business, and how you can get the skills and knowledge to work in the next economy. 

In order to get the most out of the session we recommend that you pre-watch our Program Information video.

For detailed program information, including entry requirements, fees and pathways, please visit our Bachelor of Business (Blockchain Enabled Business).

For further details on RMIT’s Blockchain Innovation Hub please visit our webpage.

 

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