Life can be full of complications. At RMIT we understand that university study may not be the only thing going on in your life. That’s why we offer a range of support services to ensure students don’t lose their momentum when working towards a degree.
Here’s a list of support services available to help you stay focused and on-track while completing your degree.
RMIT’s Study and Learning Centre has a wealth of resources available to students year-round:
The Learning Lab has specialised online tutorials and resources for postgraduate students to hone skills in areas like research and writing.
For friendly advice from experienced Learning Advisors, visit our drop-in learning centres at a time convenient to you.
Been awhile since you were at university? Sharpen your study skills at our academic writing and study skills workshops. We also offer specialised workshops to help prepare you for postgraduate coursework. Receive online feedback on your assignments from e-tutors through the online assignment feedback tool.
We also have specialised resources for postgraduate research students. To find out more about the full range of ways RMIT can help you keep learning, visit the Study and Learning Centre.
There’s no substitute for experience. A mentor can be a powerful way to tap into a wealth of knowledge relevant to you. Before you graduate, get personally matched with an industry professional and receive one-on-one guidance and support through our mentoring programs.
Your mentor will advise you through your transition from postgraduate study. Their knowledge and experiences can provide a headstart to help you hit the ground running in your career.
Got a great business idea? Let’s hear it. RMIT Activator supports the formation of new business ventures originating from RMIT students with interest-free loans of up to $25,000. If you’re the entrepreneurial type, you’re welcome to enjoy a coffee on us as you share ideas and network at our Coffee Club events.
Personal support such as childcare, financial advice and counselling is available when you need it, and our Student Support Advisors offer free advice and support on a range of topics to minimise distractions and help ensure you’re able to achieve your study goals.
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