Professor Adrian Mouritz, Executive Dean, School of Engineering outlines the different levels of study and the high-tech facilities available to engineering students at RMIT University.
The video opens on a couple of shots of RMIT's City campus, with trams and pedestrians passing by. Professor Adrian Mouritz from the School of Engineering then starts talking about the features of RMIT’s engineering programs. His talk is interspersed with scenes of students working in classroom, field, laboratory and practical environments. Upbeat music plays throughout.
Duration: 1 minute
Engineering at RMIT is a core academic activity within the university.
Within engineering, we offer programs from the trade through to the PhD level including bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and PhD degrees.
We have students doing both educational programs as well as research studies.
RMIT has a variety of facilities for use by our staff and students.
That includes undergraduate teaching laboratories, research laboratories, and centres where we can undertake work with industry.
Examples of these include micro-electronic engineering, additive manufacturing, chemical engineering, and a variety of other engineering fields.
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