China environmental challenges study tour
RMIT environmental engineering and science students gain a global perspective as part of an intensive two-week study tour through China.
Problem-solving and a love of industrial design are combined in Thomas O'Dwyer's program choice, and he hopes to turn those passions into a career in the transport industry.
Embrace a sustainable future
What can you do with an environment degree? Discover where studying sustainability can take you.
Sustainable cities of the future – France study tour
Each year a group of RMIT students undertake an intensive two-week study tour in France to investigate what a sustainable city or region might look like in the future.
Lauren Peek – Urban and Regional Planning
Studying a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning has helped Lauren Peek gain practical experience in the field.
A desire to help people prompted a career change for Malcolm, currently studying a Bachelor of Environment and Society.
Master of Engineering (Sustainable Energy)
RMIT staff and students talk about their motivations and what it’s like to study sustainable energy.
Surveying - Lucas Smith
Lucas Smith worked as a surveyor's assistant and was inspired to learn more by studying the Advanced Diploma of Surveying and then the Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) (Honours).
Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Remediation (EnSuRe)
RMIT’s Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Remediation takes an outcome-oriented approach to tackle environmental issues that impact the sustainability of local and international communities.
Amanda McAlister’s desire to be at the cutting edge of a new area of knowledge led her to begin the Master of Sustainable Practice program.
Joel Edwards is trying to work out the best way to treat household food waste, so that it minimises its environmental impact in a cost effective way.