Gain an in-demand qualification in just six months when you undertake one of our government funded short courses.

What would you like to study?


Surging demand for project managers

With technology-driven changes such as automation, big data and artificial intelligence pushing organisations to new limits, there is plenty of challenging work for project management graduates to sink their teeth into.

Discover property

Build your future

More than half of the global population lives in cities. As cities grow and change, so does the property industry, providing limitless opportunities for qualified professionals.

Are you looking to upskill, take the next step in your career, or choose a new path? Whichever course you choose at RMIT, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the development, valuation, investment and management of land, labour and capital in built environments. Property is an ever-expanding industry where you'll find many avenues to achieve your career goals. 

RMIT is ranked 25th in the world for Built Environment studies. As a property student, not only will you benefit from our established industry connections, but you can also take part in global opportunities and internships that provide workplace experience to help you reach your career goals.

Industry connections

Develop your network

RMIT emphasises a close connection with industry, and offers you hands-on learning and experienced teachers. Our teaching staff hold relevant experience and current industry knowledge, giving you access to real-world insights and countless opportunities to connect with industry.

Blend theory with hands-on practice, connect with industry and learn the fundamentals of property development, investment and valuation. You'll build essential skills in research, industry analysis, stakeholder management, and a deep theoretical understanding of the property industry.

Career outcomes

RMIT student, Mia

Chase global opportunities in project management

A passion for adapting to new challenges is what led Iain to explore his global opportunities through the Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) (Honours).

“I was selected to attend a leadership conference in Hong Kong. Across six days I was exposed to a plethora of ideas, and had the chance to meet professionals that worked in the industry. With the skills and knowledge I have acquired from both my studies and work integrated learning, I believe RMIT has provided me with a solid platform to commence my professional career.”

Experience property management at GPT Group

Bachelor of Applied Science (Property and Valuation) (Honours) student Mia was selected to participate in a one-year internship at GPT Group, one of Australia’s largest property management groups. The internship included three rotations in separate parts of the business, including the office and shopping centre management departments, and the sustainability team.

“The GPT scholarship is only available to one RMIT student per year, so I was stoked when I got the position. At GPT, it’s useful to have industry professionals surrounding me who provide real-world knowledge, including insights into what I could do for my thesis.”

Facilities and locations

Study online and on campus in the heart of Melbourne

Based on current information, most Semester 1 2021 courses are expected to have a mix of face-to-face and online learning activities. Facilitated learning, such as tutorials, workshops, labs, studios, practicals and lectorials, will be delivered face to face on campus, where possible, with safety measures in place.

When you return to our bustling and vibrant City campus, you’ll have a wide range of facilities at your fingertips. From award-winning buildings, purpose-built media and design hubs, to computer labs and printing facilities, you’ll feel inspired in RMIT’s state-of-the-art student spaces.

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