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RMIT University

The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) is a leading Australian university renowned for the quality of its programs, teaching, consultancy, research and its graduates.

Since it was founded in 1887 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, RMIT University has been known as the Working Men's College (1887), Melbourne Technical College (1934), Royal Melbourne Technical College (1954) and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (1960)

RMIT University exists to provide vocational and professional education to support the career aspirations of individuals, to contribute to the intellectual development of Australia, to meet the needs of enterprises and to undertake strategic and applied research and consultancy to support the social and economic development of our communities.

It is about developing and applying new knowledge and new ways of thinking in every aspect of our communities through projects, through education, by identifying new opportunities and broadening the aesthetic and cultural appreciation of our societies.

It is about anticipating and helping to meet issues of concern and delight to the people and groups within the communities we serve, in Australia and our region. It is about helping people to realise their aspirations and goals.

As a result we value practicality and relevance, honesty and commitment, client focus, quality, cultural diversity, fairness to all, innovation and enterprise, environmental care, learning and personal growth and ethical behaviour.

We have been noting the change in our operating environment over many years.

The pace and application of technologies to many facets of economic activity continue to increase. This means that products (and product knowledge) are changing every three or four years, instead of every seven to ten years. Re-training and adaptability are required by both enterprises and individuals.

The impact of new technologies on reducing and automating the stages of business processes means jobs in traditional occupations continue to fall. People continue to face the need for career changes.

The new jobs are falling into two categories and creating a new divide. These are low value, low wage jobs in manufacturing or service industries (for example, tourism and hospitality) and knowledge work which creates high value and attracts high wages.