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The Bachelor of Space Science is ready to blast off

RMIT's new space science degree reaching for the stars. Explore the only course in Australia teaching space flight operations.

Discover science

A world of possibilities

Join a school that is focused on making an impact. Emphasis on collaboration with industry flows through to your learning experience.

At RMIT, you’ll go beyond the classroom and apply what you’ve learned to real-world problems. You’ll gain hands-on experience during field studies and excursions, both locally and internationally.

Career outcomes

Skills for an evolving field

We actively engage with industry to ensure that you're always building the most relevant and in-demand skills for an evolving field. Our range of science courses, combined with work integrated learning, translate into excellent career prospects for our graduates.

Industry connections

Gain practical experience

Industry and community projects give you the chance to put your skills into action and gain practical experience before you graduate. These include local field trips, mapping the environment, exploring the aquatic environment, and even going overseas to tackle environmental challenges in other countries.

Facilities and locations

World-class research facilities

The RMIT science facilities offers extensive facilities and laboratories on campus. Whether you study mathematics or data, food technology, micro- or nanotechnology, chromatography or spectrometry, or virtual experiences, we have custom-built facilities that help students and research make scientific breakthroughs.

As a student, you'll have access to pharmaceutical labs, radiation therapy equipment, and medical treatment research facilities designed to help you gain the practical and theoretical skills to pursue a career you're passionate about.

Environmental challenges study tour in China

Environmental engineering and science students gain a global perspective as part of an intensive two-week study tour through China. This experience allows students to explore an international perspective on a relevant environmental issues, and collaborate on projects that aim to solve pollution and degradation issues.

Dr Matthew Currell, senior lecturer and coordinator of the China study tour, describes the tour as a valuable experience for RMIT students:

“During their time in China, students hear firsthand from experts working on real issues that are affecting the country."

Specialist laboratories and cutting-edge technology

Explore our wide range of facilities across engineering, technology, science and health. Get familiar with the spaces you’ll be studying in, before you arrive. 

Experience science at RMIT

Inside postgraduate science

All science master's courses at RMIT are designed and taught by experts and industry leaders to ensure our students are work-ready.

Students choose from specialisations in analytics, biotechnology, environmental, geospatial, medical physics, nanotechnology and statistics.

Engagement with industry is critical, and students have the opportunity to complete work placements, undertake advanced research projects, and go on field trips throughout their studies.

Discover Postgraduate Science

Associate Professor Kay Latham explains how postgraduate study prepares students for a lifetime of critical and creative thinking.

World's thinnest hologram

An Australian-Chinese research team has created the world’s thinnest hologram.

Interactive 3D holograms are a staple of science fiction, but the challenge for scientists trying to turn them into reality is developing holograms that are thin enough to work with modern electronics.

Now a pioneering team led by RMIT University’s Distinguished Professor Min Gu has designed a nano-hologram that is simple to make, can be seen without 3D goggles and is 1000 times thinner than a human hair.

World's thinnest hologram

An Australian-Chinese team led by RMIT University has developed the world's thinnest hologram.


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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer