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Company Overview of RMIT University
RMIT University is an educational institution that offers graduate, post graduate, and doctorate programs. The institution provides courses in arts, business and law, engineering, science, architecture, management, media and communication, IT, and medicine. RMIT University was formerly known as Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and changed its name in 1992. The institution was founded in 1887 and is based in Melbourne, Australia.
17-25 Lygon Street
Melbourne, VIC 3001
Founded in 1887
Key Executives for RMIT University
Vice-Chancellor, President, Member of Remuneration Committee, and Member of Nominations and Governance Committee
Chancellor, Member of Remuneration Committee, and Member of Nominations and Governance Committee
Vice-President Resources and Chief Operating Officer
Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Academic
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
RMIT University Key Developments
NICTA Opens Data Analytics Lab with RMIT University
Nov 24 14
NICTA in cooperation with RMIT University, has opened a joint data analytics lab in Victoria. The lab is based at RMIT University's School of Computer Science & Information Technology (CSIT). NICTA and RMIT value the collaboration at over AUD 1 million, with further projects in the pipeline worth up to another AUD 500,000.
RMIT University Expands to Europe
Jun 12 13
RMIT University is expanding its presence to Europe by establishing a site in Barcelona, Spain to build its European education, research and student mobility activities.
RMIT University Opens Swanston Academic Building
Apr 16 13
The centre piece of RMIT University's $700 million capital investment program, the Swanston Academic Building, has been officially opened. The 35,000 square meter, 11-storey educational facility, contains innovative lecture theatres, classrooms and specialist spaces that support the most advanced teaching and learning methodologies. This building incorporates world class teaching facilities and vibrant spaces for students and staff in the heart of RMIT's city campus. The building has a number of water-efficient and energy-efficient features including displacement ventilation in lecture theatres, mixed-mode ventilation in portals and chilled beams in offices, solar pre-heated domestic hot water, rainwater harvesting and grey water re-use and a high-performance facade with double glazing.
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