What you should consider
Choosing between international destinations can be confusing. How do you compare New York's awe-inspiring architecture and sense of possibility with the historically rich London, or the creative, international culture of Melbourne? Of course, you’ll need to take into account local universities and their reputations; courses and subjects on offer; and cost of living, including rent, food, transportation, entertainment.
What Melbourne has to offer
There’s something for everyone in one of the world's most liveable cities – from the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to the Eureka Skydeck, trendy underground bars and food trucks serving gourmet street food, live music, exhibitions, international sporting events, festivals, theatre and comedy shows running year-round. Out of the city, visit some of Victoria’s beautiful regions such as the Great Ocean Road.
Why choose RMIT?
RMIT’s focus on industry-based, practical learning offers international students the chance to establish themselves in an overseas market or take their skills back home. Courses include a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops and guest lecturers, as well the opportunity to get real-life, hands-on experience.