Empowering engineering education
Professor Adrian Mouritz, Executive Dean, School of Engineering explains why RMIT University is at the forefront of modern engineering education.
RMIT environmental engineering and science students gain a global perspective as part of an intensive two-week study tour through China. The experience allows students to explore an international perspective on a relevant environmental issue and collaborate on projects that aim to solve pollution and degradation issues.
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RMIT is a world leader, and at the very forefront of modern engineering education, using a whole lot of different approaches to ensure that our students get contemporary, relevant, and industry-ready education.
RMIT has a long and close association with Engineers Australia.
All of our bachelor's programs in engineering are accredited by Engineers Australia under the Washington Accord.
What this means is that our graduates can practise as engineers after graduation, not only within Australia, but throughout the world.
At RMIT Engineering, we promote communication between our students in a number of ways, including digital technologies, such as apps, email, and other forms of communication, as well as, and very importantly, we get our students to work together in teams and that allows them to build their personal communications skills, and a one-on-one or small group environment.
In order to maintain our leading position, we will strive to continue to have greater engagement with industry to ensure that our students have the work-ready skills that they'll need for the future.
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