RMIT University124 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria, VIC 3000, Australia
RMIT is the largest higher education institution in Australia, currently with more than 82,000 students. With nearly 20% of those students coming from overseas, it is a university that truly welcomes diversity and is a melting pot of different cultures. RMIT has three campuses in Vietnam, a European hub in Barcelona, an office in Indonesia, and partners with 200+ institutions in 42 countries to provide study opportunities worldwide. The university boasts an impressive reputation for both teaching and research, leading to it obtaining a 5-Star QS ranking for excellence in higher education. Its research work is recognized and commended by the Australian Research Council for its quality.
About Rmit University
With an emphasis on technology, design and enterprise, RMIT University in Melbourne was originally established as a Working Men's College in 1887, and was granted formal university status in 1992.
RMIT's motto translates as “a skilled hand, a cultivated mind”. There are three campuses in Australia, two in Vietnam (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City) and a research and industry collaboration centre in Barcelona, Spain. The Melbourne city campus combines modern architecture with historic buildings, including a former magistrates’ court, Old Melbourne Gaol and the Capitol Theatre, and during graduation time RMIT students parade through the city’s streets in their academic gowns.
RMIT, which is Australia's largest tertiary institution, instructs more than 30,000 students, a quarter of whom are from overseas.
There are courses in 23 schools across three academic colleges; the College of Design and Social Context, the College of Business, and the College of Science, Engineering and Health. RMIT has semester exchanges programmes involving more than 150 partner institutions in 31 cities on three continents.
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