Celebrating our graduates – Celyren Phipps & MacKenzie Curtis
Graduates Celyren and MacKenzie share a love of film and media, leading them to create their own short film and form a film production company.
Celebrating our graduates – Edoardo Brunetti
Edoardo Brunetti’s knowledge of French and Italian allowed him to undertake extensive research throughout his degree, highlighting what can be achieved by learning other languages.
Celebrating our graduates – Alicia Currie
After a break between high school and university, Alicia Currie’s career path became clear after taking on a Diploma of Business.
Celebrating our graduates - Harsh Jain
Described by his educators as a student that epitomises integrity, impact and curiosity, Harsh is an outstanding graduate at RMIT.
Celebrating our graduates - Keelin Nicholson
RMIT graduate Keelin is making it her mission to help children.
“I’ll always be community focused, looking at mental health and why people may commit crimes.”
Meet Michelle Gissara, a proud and passionate student who is graduating with a Bachelor of Justice and Criminology (Honours) this week.
RMIT journalism graduate wants to become "voice for the voiceless"
Fourteen years after arriving from Afghanistan, Shamsiya Hussainpoor graduates from RMIT this week, with a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism), and a desire to give a voice to others.
Celebrating our graduates – Conor Lynch
COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions presented many challenges for students, and for RMIT graduate Conor Lynch it meant overcoming technological and logistical battles to come out on top of his studies.
Celebrating our graduates – Hayden Ryan
Despite the difficulties of studying during COVID-19, RMIT music industry graduate and Yuin man from Narooma, Hayden Ryan has made the most of every opportunity as an RMIT student.
Celebrating our graduates – Cassandra Kennedy
Cassandra Kennedy’s time at RMIT was spent getting the most out of her student experience, including being an advocate of Women in STEM and participating in Careers Information forums.
Celebrating our graduates – Beau Windon
Beau Windon is a neurodivergent writer of Wiradjuri descent. He’s just finished his Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing) and has already secured some high-profile publishing and performance work.
Celebrating our graduates – Claudia Forsberg
Claudia Forsberg has had a unique three years at university during the pandemic but has made the most of every opportunity that has been thrown her way.
Celebrating our graduates – Giulia Serbolonghi
Giulia Serbolonghi is just one of thousands of RMIT students to proudly graduate after completing her Diploma of Business Administration studies this year, but the path to further study hasn’t always been an easy road.
Q&A with James Dyson top 20 global finalist, Aaron Nguyen
RMIT industrial design graduate Aaron Nguyen is in the running to claim the winner of the James Dyson Award 2021, after being shortlisted as a top 20 global finalist.