COVID-19 has brought mental health into sharp focus. RMIT experts look at the coronavirus mental health plan, how young people are affected by the pandemic, and finding your “new normal” post virus.
RMIT has partnered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to deliver a six part online series designed to support education providers in the transition to online learning.
RMIT’s annual Pride Week has been reimagined as a virtual event, to bring together and celebrate the University’s diverse community.
As the coronavirus pandemic highlights our deep vulnerability to novel viruses, researchers are bringing new ways of thinking to the development of desperately needed anti-viral treatments.
From financial support to online study help, find resources and information for RMIT students to support you through your studies.
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RMIT academics are in touch with the latest trends and research within their fields and can add depth and value to any news story.
We have 250 courses now online, enabled and open for application. Find a course to suit you and start studying in July.
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