RMIT ranks highly among the world's top universities for the study of architecture.

RMIT's Design Hub

As a student, you will have the opportunity to work on industry-relevant projects, engage with professionals, and learn in an urban laboratory of design: our award-winning Design Hub, designed by alumni and architect Sean Godsell.

Your studies will combine experimental design with industry-linked projects to develop your creative approach to architecture.

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Top architecture courses at RMIT

Creativity is key to the new economy. RMIT knows that the future digital and knowledge revolution will depend upon innovatively designed solutions to visual and technological problems. 

You'll experiment with new ways of working, concentrate on building specialist techniques and refine your individual skills to situate your place in a successful creative career.

Here are some of our courses that reflect the latest industry developments in these fields:

This course is the first step to becoming an architect or urban designer. You’ll develop the core skills required of an architect and architectural designer and intensively develop a broad grounding in design and communication skills.

From first term, first semester you will be hands-on in design studios developing skills in drawing, 2D and 3D design and learning in an environment that models the best practice of a local or international design firm. 

RMIT’s highly celebrated design studios are situated within an urban campus, which means you will be immersed a laboratory of design exploration. These design studios typically make up half the course and are taught in small groups. 

RMIT Advantage

RMIT Architecture and its graduates continue to achieve at the highest levels and are acknowledged by the national and international architectural profession. At the annual 2017 Victorian Architecture Awards run by the Australian Institute of Architects, RMIT’s architecture community featured prominently across the 58 awards and 16 categories, receiving a number of key and prestigious awards.

Explore the design and management of urban and open spaces at all scales, from micro to macro, from garden to city, from political to infrastructural, from social to economic; and as a medium specific to site, time, and process.

Learn from acclaimed local and international landscape architects through design studios that model the best practice of global design firms.

You will investigate issues and topics that are relevantly related to the urgency of envisioning sustainable environments in urban and natural contexts increasingly affected by climate change, natural disasters and misappropriation of land.

RMIT Advantage

RMIT’s Master of Landscape Architecture is a world-leading course, having previously won the International Schools Award at the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture. Graduates can apply for accreditation with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), the profession's accrediting body.

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