In an era when the flow of commerce and people across borders is coming under challenge, how do we best prepare our students to succeed?
More than 2500 RMIT students took part in global experiences last year; on exchange, industry placements, research programs, volunteering and summer school programs. What do these experiences mean for our students as their careers and lives progress?
This RMIT Global Dialogue event will explore how global experiences can transform lives, and will debate whether recent disruptive forces are driving or detracting from these experiences.
Hosted by Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Global Development, Professor Andrew MacIntyre, a panel featuring Vice-Chancellor Martin Bean CBE, alumni and diplomats will share their personal reflections on how global experiences can transform lives, and will discuss whether recent disruptive forces are driving or detracting from these experiences.
Join us to be part of an open and considered conversation, and for an opportunity to hear a diverse and highly informed range of views.