Situated 18km from the city, in the north of Melbourne, the Bundoora campus is home to many of RMIT's education, health and biomedical science programs. The campus features purpose-built laboratories, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, sporting facilities including a FIFA-approved football pitch, an Australian Rules football oval, athletics track, and tennis and netball courts, and health sciences teaching clinics. Surrounded by native bushland and tranquil parks, there's ample parking, and it's well serviced by tram and bus routes.
The RMIT Activator provides free experiential learning activities that will nurture your entrepreneurial talent and develop your creative problem-solving skills. If you have an amazing business idea or product innovation, Sandbox and Launch Hub are two programs designed to take you from concept all the way through to launch.
RMIT Creds are micro-credentials that build your general business and leadership skills beyond your study program. The credentials have been co-designed with industry to make you a more effective employee or business owner. Completing the courses provides students with digital badges to share on social media and display on your professional resume.
Our undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational programmes are global in focus and practical in application. RMIT offers a variety of study options across 18 schools, grouped into academic colleges:
College of Business
College of Design & Social Context
College of Science, Engineering & Health
*2018-19 QS World University Rankings
**2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject
“When I was looking for schools to apply to, RMIT stood out. I did a lot of research on fashion courses at various universities in Australia and the program at RMIT interested me immediately.
Personally, this program could not be a better fit. I have always been into art and this program is the perfect balance of business and art. I feel this program has prepared me for my future career more than I could ever hope for. I feel confident in not only my skills, but in my knowledge of business as well.
RMIT has surpassed all of my expectations. The classes are challenging and interesting. The teachers are all incredibly helpful and have helped me mature as a student.”
“I've decided to study overseas not only to enrich my academic education, but as well to enrich my life and by getting influenced by the culture, food and customs from other countries. I knew that Australia is a multicultural country, and I've also heard about the quality of the Australian Universities.
I once read that life is like a book, and if you don't go outside your comfort zone, it's like just reading the first page, so I decided to take a risk and begin with this big adventure and move more than 13,000 km away from my home in Mexico."