One of Australia's original tertiary institutions, RMIT University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in education, research, and engagement with industry and community. Working with international study abroad students, RMIT inspires and engages so you can discover new ideas and perspectives by exploring cultural spaces, resources, and collections. At RMIT, teaching, research, and engagement are central to making an impact and creating life-changing experiences for students. The university's local and international campuses feature award-winning buildings and some of the most technologically advanced facilities in the world.
About the University
Australia’s Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) has a superb reputation for its exceptional education, research, and engagement with industry and community.
Originally a night school set up in 1887, RMIT is now a public research university with 95,000 students, making it Australia’s largest institution with both vocational and tertiary education pathways. With such a broad student base, teachers are adept at using task-centred approaches and adaptive teaching styles that nurture success in each RMIT individual. Ranked globally for its art and design subjects and rated five stars by QS, RMIT also takes its real-life ethos into its virtual courses. In a well-supported online community, leading RMIT professors equip students with the knowledge and practical skills that prepare them for an auspicious career.
Learn more at RMIT's official website.
SAF's Student Promise
“I choose to study abroad because I wanted to experience a different school and a different culture. I feel like my horizons have broadened already.”Jing Deng, Past SAF Student
Get to know RMIT in Melbourne
Australian English is very different to American and British English.
Getting familiar with Australian English will be important if you're planning to live in Melbourne! Australians are informal and friendly, and there are many common phrases used by Australians in everyday conversation that you might like to know in advance. In this video, RMIT explores typical greetings used by Australians.
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