Founded in 1887 by Francis Ormond, RMIT began as a night school offering classes in art, science, and technology in response to the industrial revolution in Australia. In 1904, it was incorporated under the Companies Act as a private college. Following a petition by students, it officially changed its name to the Melbourne Technical College in 1934. Its name was officially changed to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1960. After merging with the Phillip Institute of Technology in 1992, it became a public university by act of the Victorian Government under the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Act 1992 and changed its name to RMIT University.
Ranges between Min 25000 AUD to Max 50000 AUD
900 AUD - 1600 AUD / Month (Depending on the student lifestyle)
20 hrs/Week during Study Period,40hrs/week during Holidays
Part time wages ranges from 18 AUD to 45 AUD/hr
Industry connections: RMIT has strong connections with various industries, which provide students with opportunities to gain work experience, internships and networking opportunities.
Global reputation: RMIT is a global university, ranked in the top 400 universities in the world. It has campuses in Melbourne, Vietnam, and Spain, providing students with a truly international experience.
Focus on practical experience: RMIT has a strong focus on providing students with practical experience through industry placements, work-integrated learning and practical assignments, which helps students to develop job-ready skills.
Innovation: RMIT is a leader in technology and innovation, with a focus on research and development in emerging technologies, such as advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence and cyber security.
Creative and design-focused: RMIT is renowned for its creative and design-focused courses, including fashion and textiles, graphic design, industrial design, and animation.
Student support: RMIT offers a range of support services for students, including academic support, counselling, and career services, as well as a range of clubs and societies for students to get involved in.
The applicant has to be a full-time employee for at least 2 years and must be in an occupation that is available in the skilled occupation list to be eligible for PR
Students can stay up to 36 months after Graduation (Subclass 485)
If a student's University/Subject ranks top 200 world rankings (I,e THE/QS/Shanghai Ranking) they are eligible to apply for 1 year Job Search Visa.
Post Completion of the Course in Australia students can try for an Express Entry Visa Note: Post Completion of the Course student will have more opportunities to get a job in Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East & India with a very good pay scale
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