RMIT is making a global impact in research through collaborations with local and international partners to deliver advanced multidisciplinary solutions.
RMIT research institutes ceased operation at the end of 2015, ending an era of successful collaboration under a more traditional discipline based research framework which has been replaced by Enabling Capability Platforms in eight focus areas.
Our college and school-based research centres are having a national impact in their specialist areas.Research Centres
Research GroupsResearch Groups
RMIT leads and/or contributes expertise to a number of multi-partner research collaborations.Multi-partner collaborations
Walking Backwards (towards the precipice)
Lucie McIntosh is interested in the process of signification and, more specifically, in how the process of signification might be made visible through the content of an artwork.
Chien-Ju Chia is the recipient of the 2018 Taiwanese Arts Residency Exchange, supported by RMIT University and the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts.
The (potential) impact of EU law on national law: the case of work-life balance
A public lecture hosted by the EU Centre RMIT in conjunction with CPOW. This lecture will discuss the impact of the EU law on national law in relation to work-life balance.
Research on law reform protects vulnerable workers
Workers’ rights have been boosted with regulation of the labour hire sector in Victoria, thanks to research undertaken by an RMIT academic in partnership with the State Government.
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.