What does learning look like at RMIT?
The learning experience at RMIT is blended with a mix of online and face-to-face activities so you can learn flexibly through digital content, enjoy opportunities to interact with others and experience the amazing specialist equipment and spaces that RMIT has to offer.
Digital learning is a core part of every student’s experience at RMIT. This may be in the form of readings, videos or other kinds of learning materials that you can access on demand through Canvas (our digital learning platform) as you learn at your own pace. Sometimes, you may be invited to participate in online discussion forums or simulations.
This is complemented by timetabled classes on campus, such as lectorials, tutorials, practicals or workshops, which provide ample opportunity for you to interact and collaborate with other students and your teachers.
Assessments at RMIT are authentic, practical and relevant to your future work. As the world of work shifts to a blend of digital and face-to face activity, many of your assessment activities and submissions will be delivered online. There will be no face-to-face exams unless there is a professional accreditation requirement in your program.
RMIT’s blended learning experience is flexible, accessible, inclusive and connected. Supported by our specialist spaces, equipment and technologies, it provides the enhanced digital experience that learners are looking for in the 21st century.
If you want to know more about how this experience is brought to life in your course or program, please speak with your program or course coordinator.