RMIT is a global university of technology, design, and enterprise. It is one of the world's top 200 universities (QS University Rankings 2022) and is known for its global excellence in higher education and applied research. RMIT's local and international campuses feature some of the most technologically advanced facilities in the world, from the MicroNano Research Facility to RMIT Trading Facility (RTF).
RMIT is one of the largest higher education institutions in Australia. Established in 1887, RMIT was awarded royal patronage by Queen Elizabeth II for its educational service to the Commonwealth and contribution to the war effort. RMIT remains the only higher education institution in Australia with the right to use the prefix ''Royal'' and the Monarchy's coat of arms.
RMIT's main campus is based in the heart of Melbourne city, which is Australia's number 1 city for international students (QS Best Student Cities 2023). The university has three campuses and two sites based in Australia, two campuses based in Vietnam, an industry and research collaboration centre based out of Spain, and over 200 partnerships with institutions from 42 countries.
RMIT is ranked 1st for graduate employment rate in Australia3 and ranked 3rd globally in reducing inequality4. The university is nationally among the top five for its international exchange and welcomes international students from across the globe.
RMIT specialises in industry-based and practical learning. It has industry partnerships with leading organisations like BMW, Deloitte, Adidas and L'Oreal to prepare students to be work-ready on graduation. Most work-integrated learning study options at RMIT include internships, work experience, and placement opportunities.