Why do an MBA at RMIT?
Thinking about studying an MBA? RMIT MBA students develop the capabilities, knowledge and tools to be successful in any industry or entrepreneurial venture around the world. Here are six good reasons to do your MBA at RMIT.
Why do Postgrad Business at RMIT?
Growth is strong in the business sector. But what should you look for in a business degree that gets you to the next level?
The neuroscience of leadership
Brain training for leaders can help them keep calm and in control in times of crisis.
The business of digital innovation
Digital transformation and the consequent need for innovation are making unprecedented demands on businesses. The pace of disruption means they must turn to digital transformation experts to lead their organisations, while staff increasingly require new digital skills and insights to collaborate, connect and create.
From versatile study options to finding a fulfilling career, Tatu is thriving at university.
Talking Innovation: Business and the new industrial revolution
Once upon a time technical skills ruled. Coding gurus and algorithm wizards were regarded as digital era superstars, regardless of their communication skills. But the tide is turning.
Inspired by industry connections and an internship at RMIT as part of her studies, marketing student Sweta Prashad is looking forward to what’s next.
Rowena Caroline has achieved a lot in her time at RMIT, but taking out first place in a university-wide innovation competition is her proudest achievement yet.
Being ‘good with numbers’ is much more than just a handy talent for Mirlinda Aliu – it’s now an exciting career path with a world of opportunities.
From a disappointing score in high school to finding a spark in finance, Liam is forging his pathway to success.
Kae Hum explored his interests in both technology and business to prepare himself for work at disruptive technology companies with world-changing missions.
From a wide-ranging career across the world to leading strategy at RMIT, Frank is making an impact in the world of business and law.
Digital disrupters take a front seat for business
Once seen as digital upsetters, big tech companies are now backing start-ups and government digital transformation programs in a major boost to homegrown innovation.
David Matthew Brown
David Matthew Brown trained and worked as a geologist until he decided to follow his instincts and pursue a career in finance and economics.
Chris Hope wanted to scale his impact on the world after a semi-professional sporting career. He chose a Master of Business Administration at RMIT to change his career trajectory and challenge himself to get out of his comfort zone.
From business internships to industry experience, CJ is making the most of his opportunities at university.
RMIT’s focus on practical experience and industry connections led Alex Roberts from high school to a Bachelor of Business (Professional Accountancy). A postgraduate Executive Master of Business Administration is helping him soar even higher in the boundless world of business.
Adam Seedsman has been adding value to RMIT for almost five years leading innovation and industry engagement. It's the strong industry connections that made his son Jack choose to study here too.
A whole new world of skills in Business Administration
WorldSkills is a multi-level competition that recognises practical skills across a range of industries. This is how it’s impacting some of RMIT’s students and teachers in Business Administration.