Business and administration

RMIT’s business and administration courses introduce you to a range of business functions and disciplines.

Our courses cover systems and practices used in workplaces, personal and team effectiveness, leadership, communication, and fundamental areas of business such as accounting, administration, marketing, project management and finance. All courses have a mix of academic and applied skills, ensuring graduates will be prepared to take on roles now and as future work environments change.

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This is Business at RMIT

Develop critical and creative problem-solving skills, embrace opportunities to network with business leaders and study or work overseas. Our industry-focused programs are embedded with opportunities for you to work on live industry projects, in professional practice or in simulated environments. You will be supported by passionate staff and peers to prepare you for a national or global career as a future business leader.


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RMIT offers a range of courses including postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational (sometimes known as TAFE), apprenticeships and more.

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