About

Australia’s largest tertiary institution, RMIT is a global university of technology and design. It is consistently ranked among the top 15 universities in Australia and is among the top 100 universities globally in the areas of accounting and finance, civil and structural engineering, computer science and information system and mechanical engineering.

The University has three campuses in Melbourne, Australia, and two in Vietnam. It offers programs through its partners in Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, mainland China, Malaysia, India and in Europe. RMIT also has research and industry partnerships on every continent in the world.

RMIT has over 80,000 domestic and international students enrolled across its onshore and offshore programs. This includes 26,000 international students, of which 17,000 are taught offshore (approx. 6,000 at RMIT Vietnam).

Research at RMIT aims to solve critical global problems affecting communities and the environment. We are focused on five specialist areas of strength.

We use our global presence, urban environment and community and industry connections to ensure our research makes a difference. Our focus on application and transformation is having a positive impact on communities and the environment.

World-class people, leading edge resources and our multidisciplinary approach to responsibly conducted research is distinctive and highly valued.

Outstanding international researchers and the development of quality Higher Degrees by Research candidates drive our high-performance research culture. This results in significant achievements and opportunities for individual academics and the University as a whole.

Research

Research at RMIT aims to solve critical global problems affecting communities and the environment. We are focused on five specialist areas of strength.

We use our global presence, urban environment and community and industry connections to ensure our research makes a difference. Our focus on application and transformation is having a positive impact on communities and the environment.

World-class people, leading edge resources and our multidisciplinary approach to responsibly conducted research is distinctive and highly valued.

Outstanding international researchers and the development of quality Higher Degrees by Research candidates drive our high-performance research culture. This results in significant achievements and opportunities for individual academics and the University as a whole.

Master's Programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (3)
Journalism & Media (3)
Medicine & Health (2)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at RMIT University!

Services

Our support services and networks will help you to succeed at uni and stay healthy and happy. We will support you during every step of your RMIT journey.Our Getting started – Orientation program at RMIT is here to help you find out about clubs and societies, meet other students who share your interests and find out more about your campus. Your school and program will also have its own orientation session with program-specific information.

Personal supportAs an RMIT student, you can get personalised support to reach your study goals and stay healthy and happy whenever you need it.Our support services include:
  • accommodation
  • childcare at our City campus and there are two community-based parent-run cooperative centres at the Brunswick and Bundoora campuses
  • counselling service for safe, professional and confidential counselling
  • finance advice and information to help you manage your money while you study
  • legal advice and information on a wide range of issues
  • chaplaincy for multi-faith spiritual advice and support, activities and workshops
  • prayer rooms at each campus.
  • parenting rooms at each campus
  • Student Wellbeing Advisors for free help, advice and support in areas like student wellbeing, legal, accommodation, work rights and renting matters.
Studying and learning adviceOur Study and Learning Centre provides a friendly environment to build your academic skills with experienced teachers and students to guide you.Support for students with a disabilityThe Disability Liaison Unit supports students with disabilities or long-term health conditions to manage their studies.Support for international studentsWe provide support or advice to international students and help you get the most out of your time in Australia and at RMIT.Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studentsRMIT’s Ngarara Willim Centre proudly provides study, cultural and personal support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, along with an encouraging environment for making new friends and connections.Work and careersThe RMIT Careers service can help you find a job while you study and consider your career options beyond RMIT. They can help you to find casual, part time or vacation work and help you write job applications and prepare for interviews.

Student Life

Join a club or society, get a free weekly breakfast or take part in our walking tours, fitness classes, markets, cinema screenings and live music events. There’s something for everyone at RMIT.

When you study at RMIT you’re part of a vibrant and welcoming university filled with social, cultural, sporting and recreation activities - there are endless ways to get involved.

As a student you'll have instant access to a huge range of activities and programs. Make the most of your time at RMIT: create, innovate, volunteer, mentor, test out your passions, develop leadership skills and make life-long friends.

Join a clubRMIT has over 100 student clubs, societies and collectives to choose from. Clubs are a great way to meet new friends, develop new skills and connect with people who share your interests. You can even start your own club.Whether you’re into music, arts and culture, politics, sports, academic pursuits or just relaxing with your new friends - there’s sure to be a club for you. You can also take part in our TV or radio station or write for the student newspaperActivities and eventsRMIT Link runs regular programs and events on, and around, every campus throughout semester.Experience Melbourne with a walking tour, see a movie between classes, discover new bands or represent RMIT at a community event.If you want explore further afield, we offer group Trips and tours led by fully trained student volunteers to destinations such as The Great Ocean Road, Wilsons Promontory and the Phillip Island Penguin Parade.Expand your creativityOur extensive Arts and culture program connects you with theatre, dance, music, visual arts, design, film, sound, writing and new media. Our galleries and performance spaces bring students from all disciplines together to explore and showcase their creative work.Sport and fitnessAt the Melbourne City campus, RMIT City Fitness offers a fully-equipped gym with a range of fitness programs and activities, and at the Bundoora campus, RMIT Sports Centre has a wide range of facilities including multi-purpose courts and a fully-equipped gym.View RMIT Link Sport and Fitness to connect with sport and fitness clubs, attend local community competitions, University sporting events, and find other sport and fitness options for staff and students.Build your leadership skills - volunteerDevelop new skills and knowledge, forge friendships, contribute to your RMIT community and boost your career prospects through one of our leadership and volunteering opportunities.You can mentor a student, run a club or society, lead a community project or volunteer your time at an RMIT event.

Accreditation

QS 5 Star Accreditation

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia