About RMIT University

With a focus on innovation and embracing new ideas, Melbourne’s RMIT University (established in 1887) is a leader in design, information technology, business, communication, education, engineering, science and the life sciences. With over 470 programs available to international students, the choice is endless.  RMIT University provides education and training programs to over 65,000 students, including approximately 23,000 international students.

RMIT offers a wide range of services and facilities including prayer and meditation rooms, academic support, computing centres, libraries and student clubs.

RMIT’s main campus (City) occupies two large city blocks in the heart of Melbourne, giving students close proximity to public transport, a large range of shopping complexes and multicultural food, and an exciting social life provided by the city’s main theatres, pubs and cafes. RMIT’s Brunswick and Bundoora campuses are situated in Melbourne’s north, easily accessible by public transport and placed in spacious environments, with the Bundoora campus situated on 42 hectares of extensive parkland.