RMIT has three campuses in Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city. See how our learning spaces have evolved to feature award winning buildings, industry-standard facilities and modern technology.
Our diverse Melbourne campuses are home to more than 82,000 students including 12, 000 international students from over 100 countries. We invest heavily in our campuses: bringing some of the most technologically advanced learning facilities to our students. Each of our campuses has strong links with community and industry, upholding our international reputation for excellence.
Melbourne City campus
Founded in 1887, RMIT has grown up with the City of Melbourne. Our main campus is in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) , with vibrant cafes, bars, restaurants, sprawling parks, bustling markets and renowned galleries surrounding the campus.
The campus is a mix of contemporary architecture, historic buildings, sustainable design and striking outdoor spaces. The programs offered at our City campus include architecture, design, media and communications, engineering, physical science and social science.
The campus is near major public transport hubs including a major train station, Melbourne Central Station and tram services that connect you to every suburb in Melbourne and beyond.
Our Brunswick campus is located conveniently located five kilometres north of the city centre. The popular retail strips of Sydney Road and Lygon Street, with their bustling cafes, independent boutiques and thrift stores are a short walk away.
The campus is home to many of our design-related programs and research, including textile technologies, fashion design, merchandising and product development. It offers purpose-built teaching and facilities for fashion, textiles and design training.
The campus is easily accessible by train and tram.
Our Bundoora campus is a vibrant centre of learning located 18 kilometres north-east of Melbourne’s city centre.
Bundoora is home to many of RMIT’s engineering, health and medical sciences programs. State-of-the-art facilities are set in large open spaces and leafy surroundings. You will study in a relaxing environment and can still travel to Melbourne's city centre via public transport.
The campus features a purpose-built health and medical science laboratory, as well as advanced sporting facilities that include a FIFA-approved soccer pitch, a football oval, an athletics track, and tennis and netball courts.
RMIT’s facilities and buildings are constantly evolving and expanding to meet the demands of contemporary university life.
We have invested in the redevelopment of our teaching spaces to promote collaborative and student-centred learning. You’ll find purpose-built lecture theatres, studios, classrooms and specialist spaces designed for collaborative work equipped with the latest technology.
RMIT’s new award-winning buildings include the Swanston Academic Building and the Design Hub, and outdoor recreational spaces such as the Alumni Courtyard and the A’Beckett Urban Square.
While studying at RMIT, you’ll benefit from a wide variety of facilities and services.
If you are in Melbourne, visit us at Info Corner. It is your one-stop-shop for getting help with programs and courses, information on how to apply, entry and visa requirements. Pick up a brochure to plan your future study.
The RMIT library has well-resourced library facilities at all three campuses and includes study spaces, computers, and a large collection of books, periodicals and other course-related materials.
Prayer rooms are available at all campuses. RMIT also provides multi-faith support and cross-cultural assistance for all religious denominations.
Study and Learning Centre
Visit our Study and Learning Centre for free assignment writing and study skills advice, English language development, maths, physics and chemistry skills. Build your academic skills in a friendly environment, with experienced teachers and students to guide you.