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RMIT is a global university of technology and design and Australia's largest tertiary institution.


The University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education and outcome-oriented research.


RMIT is a leader in engineering, accounting and finance, computer science and information systems, communication and media studies, psychology, education, law and economics.


RMIT has three campuses in Melbourne, Australia, two campuses in Vietnam and a centre in Barcelona, Spain. We also offer programs through partners in Singapore, Hong Kong, mainland China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Belgium, Spain and Germany, and we enjoy research and industry partnerships on every continent.


The University's student population of 82,000 includes 28,000 international students, of whom 17,600 are taught outside Australia (almost 7,000 at RMIT Vietnam).


RMIT was awarded the Premier's Award for International Education and the award for Excellence in International Education (University) in the inaugural Victorian International Education Awards.

  • Science, Engineering and Health
  • Design and Social Context
  • Business
  • Research and Innovation







RMIT’s three Melbourne campuses are home to a dynamic and thriving student population. From the hustle of Melburne’s CBD to the buzz of Brunswick and the tranquility of Bundoora, each offers a unique and inspiring learning environment. Cutting-edge facilities, including the Swanston Academic Building and Design Hub, represent RMIT’s commitment to developing world-class learning, teaching and research spaces.


Melbourne City

Situated on Swanston Street, the City campus has been an iconic part of the Melbourne CBD for more than 100 years. The campus is surrounded by cafes, galleries, theatres, restaurants and parks, and is easily accessed by public transport. Melbourne Central railway station is convenient to most campus buildings, while a number of north-south Yarra trams run up and down Swanston Street.



Brunswick is where multicultural Melbourne meets its creative soul. The campus is home to around 3000 students and to many of RMIT’s design-related programs, including fashion and textile technologies. Getting to and from the campus is easy. Jewell railway station, on the Upfield line, is a short walk away and the number 19 tram runs from Elizabeth Street in the city to the campus.



Situated in the northern Melbourne suburb of Bundoora, this campus is home to many of RMIT’s education, health, and biomedical science programs. The campus features state-of-the-art learning and sporting facilities, and is surrounded by amazing bushland and parks. There is plenty of parking on and around campus, and it is well serviced by tram and bus services.


Student Services

  • International student support


  • Careers and employment services


  • Financial advice


  • Health information


  • Accommodation assistance


  • Legal advice


  • Personal counselling


  • Spiritual support


Hands-on Student Media


Gain experience in all aspects of TV radio and print media:

  • Catalyst-student newspaper


  • RMITV-student community TV


  • SYN-youth-run media organization


On-campus Arts Program

  • Performing arts


  • Creative arts


  • Visual arts


  • Design


  • Dance


  • Film


Campus Store

  • Buy textbooks and course-related materials


  • Purchases RMIT merchandise like T-shirts, notebooks and stationery


  • Get discounted movie tickets



Notable Alumni


Jacques Nasser, Chairman of the World's largest mining company BHP Billiton, and former CEO of Ford


Justin Madden, current Shadow Minister for Innovation in the Parliament of Victoria; former AFL footballer


Paul Stoddart former owner of the Minardi (Formula 1) and Minardi Team USA (Indy Car) racing teams


Jason Wood, current Member of the Parliament of Australia


Dennis Jensen, current Member of the Parliament of Australia


Bruce Billson, current Minister for Small Business in the Parliament of Australia


Neil Comrie, former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police


James Hird, former player, Captain and coach of Essendon Bombers, Browlow Medallist (1996) and civil engineer


John Safran, AFI Award-winning documentary filmmaker


Rebecca Maddern, news presenter; host of the Melbourne weekday edition of Seven News on the Seven Network


Anthony Hudson, sports journalist; chief Australian Rules Football reporter on the Ten Network


Kenneth Jack, painter; work held in the National Gallery of Australia and Windsor Castle Royal Collection


Robert Ingpen, illustrator and writer; designed the flag of the Northern Territory and many Australian postage stamps


Leigh Whannell, filmmaker; created and acted in the Saw films


Chun Wu, actor and singer; member of the Taiwanese boyband Fahrenheit


Gillian Chung, a Hong Kong singer and actress, member of Cantopop group Twins, along with Charlene Choi


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