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Our places and spaces are designed and used to their best advantage for collaboration across the whole RMIT community and with partners and industry. We take full advantage of our...

RMIT recognises that a welcoming and diverse environment results in higher success and engagement levels for our staff and students. Within Ready for Life and Work: RMIT’s...

Australia is paying a heavy price for excluding indigenous learnings and knowledge from its education system, according to Professor Mark Rose, executive director, Indigenous...

RMIT launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) during National Reconciliation Week 2016. Since then the University has already made positive progress towards the...

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, new British Prime Minister Theresa May and the “Ghostbusters” remake with a female cast suggest a sense of momentum for...

RMIT’s global strategy faces challenges. While few universities are as globalised as RMIT, other universities in Australia and around the world are going global. The biggest...

Strategy Week was a week-long series of events designed to provide a platform for engaging and exploring the macro and micro trends impacting life, and work. It was about...

One of the first priorities explored during the first half of 2016 was delivering on Goal 3 of RMIT’s strategy: supporting and empowering our people with clearer, smarter,...

“As a global university of technology, design and enterprise, RMIT has a long-term stake in the quality of public policy design and decision making, and can contribute a range...

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