Building Cultural Intelligence

Join this interactive learning experience to understand why cultural intelligence is a crucial skill in today's society and how it can reshape your perspective.

Learn the skills necessary to thrive in the 21st century and be confident to connect, communicate and work with individuals different from you. Over the 3 week module, you'll learn alongside RMIT peers from across the globe and gain recognition through an RMIT Cred and certificate. 

Eligibility: open to all RMIT students globally  

Duration: approximately six hours total, spread across three weeks.  

Through this module, you'll be able to: 

  • Develop deeper self-awareness 
  • Uncover cultural influences and how this impacts behaviour  
  • Recognise biases in society   
  • Reflect on your own actions and commit to change.

Session dates: Monday 26 September -  Monday 17 October.

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