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Computer Science and Information Technology at RMIT
Computer Science and Information Technology degrees at RMIT allow you to gain the programming and system support skills that employers really value. But how do you work out which one is right for you?
Food printing: coming soon to a kitchen near you
Digital food is quickly becoming a reality and nobody knows this better than RMIT alumnus and Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Rohit Ashok Khot.
Industry experience gives IT edge
A successful IT job interview is not just about having the right answers, it’s also knowing how to ask the right questions.
Hugh Williams: careers in computer science
Google Vice-President Engineering and RMIT alumnus, Hugh Williams, talks about careers in computer science, and how RMIT's programs give students the skills and experience industry needs.
Nick Teh – Design (Digital Media)
After interning at Channel 7 during the 2016 Australian Open, Nick Teh returned to university with newfound experience and a video with 1.5 million views.
RMIT computer science lecturer, Shekhar Kalra is an expert in web technology and has been recognised by the Department of Education for inspiring students and cultivating curiosity.
Laura Stitzel – Animation, Games and Interactivity
Laura’s postgraduate degree at RMIT led to an international career as an in-demand illustrator and animator for television.
Mastercard Smart Cities Hackathon winner Kyle Mantesso, is using the skills he gained at RMIT in his role as Senior Analyst Programmer at NAB Labs.
Computer Science Seminars
These seminars will focus on topics including artificial intelligence, information retrieval, big data, and big data analysis.
Sarah Longhurst is combining her passion for IT and entrepreneurship and is gaining valuable industry experience whilst completing her degree.
Virtual Experiences Laboratory
The Virtual Experiences Laboratory (VXLab) is a multi-disciplinary virtual laboratory connecting visualisation and automation facilities in RMIT and industry.