Students in the news
Solar car teams breeze towards the podium
Engineering and design students are collaborating to prepare for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge using state-of-the-art modelling techniques in RMIT’s industrial wind tunnel.
Future-focused: Vietnam’s next decade looking bright
Our experts look to the future and share their insights about the Vietnamese economy and its start-up culture, anywhere working and tourism.
RMIT launches new Salesforce course to train students for jobs of the future
Built in collaboration with the global leader in customer relationship management (CRM), Salesforce, the new CRM Professional with Salesforce course is a welcome addition to RMIT's Future Skills portfolio.
The season that was: RMIT and Essendon Football Club
Almost a year on, and the innovative new partnership between RMIT and the Essendon Football Club (EFC) has proven a huge success.
RMIT journalism alumni receive prestigious ABC cadetships
Four recent journalism alumni will begin work as ABC reporters after receiving cadetships with the national broadcaster.
New aviation partnership lands in South Australia
RMIT has announced a new aviation training school partnership with Hartwig Air in response to a growing worldwide pilot shortage.
Going global: RMIT takes part in Asia’s premier design event
A star-studded list of RMIT alumni joined students and staff at the acclaimed Hong Kong Business of Design Week earlier this month.
RMIT congratulates Vietnam graduates
Graduation ceremonies in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have seen more than 1,000 graduates celebrate their achievements at RMIT Vietnam in style.
Graduates share their stories
RMIT’s newest graduates celebrated at a graduation ceremony held at Marvel Stadium yesterday.
Vocational Education graduates celebrated
Every year, more than 14,000 students choose to study a Vocational Education (VE) course at RMIT. Today we celebrate some of our hard-working VE graduates and share their unique stories.
Getting your facts straight
What do crocodiles, crime rates and codeine have in common? They’ve all been fact checked. Read more about the increasingly important skill that sorts fact from fiction.
Ready for life and work: meet our newest graduands
Four students. Four different stories. Tomorrow they will be brought together at Marvel Stadium when they officially become RMIT graduates.
RMIT develops Australian-first fact checking subject
In an era of fake news, RMIT is set to become the first Australian university to introduce a new subject focused solely on teaching students fact checking and verification skills.
Partners in disruption: preparing students for a brave new future
RMIT Online CEO Helen Souness looks ahead at the ever-changing world of work and the role universities have to play in it.
Next steps on the Dior mentoring journey
Insights from Christian Dior executives and a VIP styling session were among the highlights of an evening to mark the halfway point of the Women@Dior mentoring program.
Next generation of engineers showcase their work at EnGenius
A robotic arm controlled by facial expressions, a solar-powered Tuk Tuk set to circumnavigate the globe and 3D printed body implants – welcome to the next generation of engineering.
Architecture project involving RMIT students wins top honour
RMIT architecture students have worked alongside leading industry professionals to win the 2018 LAGI Biennial Competition amid a strong field of international entrants.
Innovative RMIT pilot puts student mental health front of mind
What do a ball pit, a message wall and a collection of marbles in a jar have in common? They’re all part of an event designed by RMIT students to improve student mental health.
Indigenous sporting health in good hands
A group of Indigenous students have completed a sports training certificate that is set to create a new study pathway with the Fitzroy Stars.
Times Higher Education rankings rise for RMIT
RMIT has risen eight places in the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings released today.
The rising star in higher education
RMIT has taken another stride forward, climbing 12 places in the latest global QS Graduate Employability Rankings released today.
Game on: journalism students bring finals fever to Channel 31
A group of aspiring sports journalists will cover all the ins and outs of a blockbuster AFL finals series during their live chat show on Melbourne community television station, Channel 31.
Creating a safe space: RMIT partners with Minus18
75 per cent of LGBTIQ young people in Australia experience homophobic or transphobic abuse and 80 per cent of this abuse occurs at school.
MFW: fearless fashion from Australia's emerging designers
Headpieces for Indigenous drag queens, the art of flâneurie, 3D printed experimental designs, and materials made from discarded plastic will all be on display during Melbourne Fashion Week.
Hackathon sees industry challenges tackled by student problem solvers
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that continues to rapidly transform the way we live, work and learn – from revolutionising simple day-to-day errands to enabling the re-creation of cities.
Peer-to-peer mentoring program shortlisted for prestigious award
For Valerie Li Yuen Fong, the Student Learning Adviser Mentors (SLAMs) program is like a second family.
Six tips for turning your University internship into a job
How do you turn your work placement into a job and transition to the world of work? An RMIT alumnus shares his top tips.
Clever creatives pick up their pencils
RMIT advertising students have picked up three coveted ‘pencils’ at the prestigious D&AD New Blood awards in London.
Global leadership programs recognised
RMIT’s global leadership programs have been shortlisted for an Australian Financial Review Higher Education Award.
Museums of the future: three industry insights
The 50th birthday of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is a perfect time to discuss how museums are adapting to the challenges of new technology.
Broken Heel meets Broken Hill and the School of Fashion
It’s not every day that RMIT students get to explore Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture with six drag queens at an iconic Australian location.
Students empowered to create cultural change to reduce sexual harm
Student leaders are being empowered to call out disrespectful behaviour to prevent sexual harm and drive cultural change.
New pathways to justice
Finding innovative justice responses for survivors and victims of sexual abuse is one way that RMIT is working to build a community where students and staff feel safe, respected and valued.
Changing the Course: RMIT progress on reducing sexual harm
In 2017, RMIT set about responding to the recommendations made by the Australian Human Rights Commission and Universities Australia to change the course on sexual harm.
Constructing a bright future
A group of RMIT students have identified themselves as future leaders of the global construction industry after winning second place in an international competition.
Students reach new heights at global fashion summit
Three students from the School of Fashion and Textiles were selected to participate in the 2018 Youth Fashion Summit in Copenhagen.
Finding solutions for the recycling industry
Three industrial design student studios have worked with Victorian Government agencies and industry partners on a range of new enterprise propositions.
Students setting sail for the Indo-Pacific
More than 600 RMIT students are set to participate in 36 unique projects across 13 countries as part of a Federal Government mobility program.
Rehab device earns students national innovation award
A team of RMIT engineering students have won the Telstra Innovation Challenge for a device that provides real-time feedback to home-based rehabilitation patients.
Journalism student receives Ricci Marks award
Bachelor of Communication (Journalism), student Jedda Costa has been recognised at the Ricci Marks Awards Ceremony for her leadership in the Indigenous community.
VE helps former pro gamer further career
Vocational Education student Marcus Raj has been travelling the world while competing professionally in his favourite card game.
Fact Check recognised on world stage
RMIT ABC Fact Check won a major award at the fifth international fact-checking summit held in Rome last week.
Fashion design graduate tops AGOTYA field
Fashion design Honours graduate Jessica Gregory declared overall winner of the Design Institute of Australia’s 2018 Australian Graduate of the Year Award (AGOTYA) last week.
Country Road provides a window of opportunity for visual merchandising students
Six Diploma of Visual Merchandising students have been competitively selected to work on the Country Road Window Project for 2018.
New pathways created between two leading universities
RMIT University will enable students who undertake selected Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) micro credentials to receive credit towards four different RMIT postgraduate degrees.
Dateline: Graduate Fashion Week 2018
The catwalks of Europe have long beckoned to young fashion designers around the world with dreams of seeing their creations paraded in front of A-list crowds and industry representatives.
Public Relations students awarded top honour
Five RMIT Public Relations students have won an International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Gold Quill Award as part of this year’s IABC World Conference in Montreal, Canada.
New partnership helps students in Sri Lanka to study locally
RMIT Training and RMIT Vietnam have teamed up to allow students at Sri Lanka Technological Campus (SLTC) to complete the Foundation Studies Science stream locally in Colombo.
The Great Debate: Write What You Know
Six acclaimed Australian authors recently came together at RMIT to debate one of the hottest current topics in creative writing.
Professional Communication Graduates Shortlisted at Cannes
Four RMIT graduates have had their final year project shortlisted in a prestigious global student competition.
Lending a helping hand
RMIT University and Hands on Health Australia (HoHA) have teamed up to deliver a student outreach health clinic to Indigenous football and netball club, the Fitzroy Stars.
RMIT celebrates IDAHOBIT
RMIT has gone rainbow for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), hosting a broad-ranging panel discussion and other events.
RMIT students get a head start on their careers with Women@Dior
In an Australian first, a mentoring program with one of the world’s most revered fashion brands is giving five RMIT students a head start in their careers.
RMIT athletes perform on the world stage
Students and alumni taste success at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
RMIT and Microsoft develop course in world-first collaboration
RMIT has teamed up with Microsoft to deliver a ground-breaking new Games and Graphics Programming course for the next generation of mixed reality software developers and designers.
REW celebrates 50 years delivering English language solutions to the world
RMIT English Worldwide (REW) has been providing education solutions to clients around the globe for 50 years.
RMIT designers, engineers use virtual reality to reinvent the wheel
RMIT staff and students have developed the inaugural V8 Supercars Melbourne 400 trophy in honour of racing great, Larry Perkins.
RMIT breaks new ground
Hot on the heels of a tertiary education partnership with the Essendon Football Club, RMIT University has unveiled a new AFL ground on its Bundoora campus.
Out of this world: Designing an urban area on Mars
In the next giant leap for mankind, RMIT students are designing, creating and exploring a sophisticated civilisation on Mars.
RMIT alumni excel as Quill Awards finalists
RMIT University’s alumni have been acknowledged for Excellence in Victorian Journalism with 11 nominations in this year’s Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards.
A premier partnership: Essendon Football Club and RMIT
Two iconic Melbourne institutions have joined forces, creating a new frontier in cross-industry collaboration.
From RMIT to Sundance
RMIT alumnus and screenwriter Scott Ryan has exploded on to the international stage, with his six-part series "Mr InBetween" premiering at the Sundance Film Festival.
RMIT students design ACMI’s first ever line of merchandise
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) has launched a fresh line of merchandise locally designed and produced in collaboration with RMIT textile design students.