Biotechnology and biological sciences

RMIT's bioscience courses focus on practical applications through an emphasis on lab and fieldwork. Our teaching and research is supported by well-equipped facilities and strong industry connections.

RMIT Fiji Tour Project

Science at RMIT is all about hands-on experiences 'in the field'. Hear from Professor Jeff Shimeta as he talks about the importance of Science study tours such as the Self-sufficiency and Sustainability in the Remote Islands project in Fiji.

You'll be able to focus on the major biological sciences or specialise in biotechnology fields such as molecular biology, bioinformatics, genetics and proteomics. Industry-based training and access to well-equipped laboratories provide practical experience and prepare you for the workforce.

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