Postgraduate study

What would you like to study?

With over 350 qualifications to choose from, it's never been easier to find the right fit for you.

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Thinking of returning to study?
Whether you've recently completed a degree, or it's been a while since you graduated, our helpful guide can help you find what you need to know.
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What's next... for Alex Roberts

RMIT’s focus on practical experience and industry connections led Alex Roberts from high school to a Bachelor of Business (Professional Accountancy). A postgraduate Executive Master of Business Administration is helping him soar even higher in the boundless world of business.

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Design your future

Take the step you need to gain the professional and technical building skills that will not only secure your career, but help you shape the future. RMIT’s Building courses are designed to give you industry connections, networking opportunities and skills to make a real-world impact.

Is postgraduate study for me?

Find out more about how you can prepare for the future of work with postgraduate study at RMIT.

Balancing family and study

A career in libraries was something Karen Seligman had always dreamed of, but it wasn’t until she had two children that she thought about it seriously. Karen shares her experience and four pieces of advice for balancing study and parenthood.

Finding work–life balance

It could be a career change, the next step up the ranks at work or a way to fulfil your passions. Whatever it is, once you’ve worked out your compelling ‘why’, you can focus on the ‘how’ of finding what balance looks like for you.

Top three tips for balancing work, life and studying law

A career turn-around saw Tyson Brown, 37, swap a job in management for one in the legal industry. The Juris Doctor graduate shares his student journey.

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