What makes an enterprising mind?
Having an enterprising mind means you see opportunities where others see problems, and you view collaboration and partnerships as essential ingredients to success.
The future of life and work will be led by those with enterprising minds, and that’s why we’ve invested heavily in what we call our ‘enterprise ecosystem’ – a collection of programs run by people who know what it means to make it in today’s competitive environment.
Switching things up for social change. As president of RMIT SWITCH, Renée Gaspar is helping to support women with a shared passion for all things tech.
From business degree to business dream. Elijah Oxenham, Co-founder of Karma Pillows, was inspired by the difficulty of getting a good night’s sleep.
Make your passion your product. Heidi Holmes’ business, Mentorloop, allows organisations to connect mentees and mentors and makes the mentoring process easier for everyone.
Supercharge your future. After co-founding Eubi, a business specialising in portable phone chargers, Melvin Chee has drawn on all he’s learnt to continue building multimillion-dollar businesses.
Engineer the future. RMIT graduate and VicHyper Co-founder Zac McClelland led a team all the way to the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Finals and could take Australia into the future.
Turn adversity into opportunity. RMIT graduate Koky Saly is the co-founder of BeeKeeper Parade, a business to inspire change.
Enterprising programs at RMIT
and prepares you for the workplaces of the future. Here's how.
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS)
The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) supports unemployed students in the creation of a small business through government funding.