5 reasons why you need to go on a student exchange
Want to see the world while building the skills you’ll need to succeed in the global employment market?
All things Naiise: A local designer’s haven
Singapore is second to none when it comes to the coolness quotient in design.
Forget about robots – people skills are the future of Singapore’s jobs
There’s an ever-increasing fear that a robot may one day take your job.
The recipe for success: Infusing business with passion
Despite the string of sweet treat fads that come and go, cupcakes have turned out to be more than just a temporary craze.
Built from the ‘grind’: The 6oz Espresso Bar story
As the city of Singapore wakes up, cafés of all shapes and sizes prepare for a busy day.
Construction management - Is it for you?
Alex Pang, a graduate of RMIT and construction manager with Lendlease, is a success story.
Do you know the secret to a well-rounded education?
As the busy owner of CTES Consulting, Christina Tin certainly knows how to manage the demands of a busy professional life.
Mex-ing Out on the hottest food trend in town
Marcus Jilla fell in love with fresh tacos, spicy guacamole and all sorts of delicious Mexican food while he was on an RMIT exchange programme in the US.
RMIT students bust 4 myths about business degrees
People often think business degrees are meant for competitive overachievers or those who wish to pursue corporate jobs, but this is far from the truth.
Smart cities need smart people: Are you one of them?
Around the world, nations are proudly claiming that several of their metropolises are ‘smart cities’. But what exactly is a smart city?
Studying abroad: Is it the right move for you?
Does the thought of packing your suitcase and studying in a new city sound daunting?
To change or not to change? It’s never too late.
You may have just spent one, two, or maybe even three years studying a course which you have come to realise just isn’t for you.
Why we love RMIT
From the moment you pass through the doors of university on your first day, you begin to envision the years ahead.