RMIT Careers and Employability can connect you to our talented students and graduates.
Communicate with our students
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Make a powerful impression by introducing students to senior executives and alumni who can deliver your message and convey your commitment to recruiting at RMIT.
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Interviews on campus
RMIT offers convenient interview and testing at our City campus in the urban heart of Melbourne’s CBD for organisations seeking our work-ready students and graduates.
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Recruitment for diversity
For organisations with an inclusive employment strategy, a diverse workplace can bring new perspectives and greater awareness of business opportunities in the market place.
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International student recruitment
Each year approximately 80 per cent of our international graduates return to their home country seeking graduate positions. Start your recruitment early: get the top graduates for your organisation.
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Contact our Careers and Employability team for more information about how to employ our students and graduates, host a Work Integrated Learning activity, or to participate in our careers events.
Whether you are employing an apprentice, trainee, intern or work integrated learning student, there are certain legal obligations and responsibilities you need to know.
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Law of the Land: Indigenous artwork hails Sovereignty
A powerful statement of Aboriginal Sovereignty – a 2.4m possum skin cloak forged from cast steel and iron – has been commissioned to provide an enduring spiritual connection to Country at RMIT.
Human gas capsule wins funding to push smart pill to market
RMIT “smart pills” that could beat gut-busting diseases are one of six novel Australian digital health technologies to win funding in the inaugural round of the ANDHealth+ Program.
RMIT success at robotics competition
A team of six RMIT engineering students have won a highly-competitive national robotics competition in Sydney.