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Stay focused with RMIT

Consider a single course this July.

If you're thinking about studying at RMIT, a single course is a great way to make new connections, complete pre-requisites for a degree or learn a new specialisation. A single course is a single 'subject' from an RMIT undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Up-skill in User-centred Design, Management, STEM subjects or try a Design Studio. With over 400 subjects to choose from, you can continue your educational journey in your chosen field. 

Applications are now open, enrolments close 13 July. You can secure your place in the classroom, start studying in mid-July.

There are some other important things to keep in mind. Single courses are full-fee paying courses, and government assistance is not available for this type of study. Single course results will not alter your GPA and cannot be used to meet postgraduate program entry requirements.

If you would like advice on which subject to choose, please contact our friendly team by replying to this email or calling +61 3 9925 8111.

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July - December course dates are now confirmed and published in the latest guide.

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We love featuring stories from students via our News page or social media. Each month you can win a $100 voucher.

Work featured by: Lexi Maller, Alex Sherlock, Ana Wansik, Lauchean Duncan

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Learn from industry professionals

Short courses at RMIT provide an opportunity for you to network with passionate and motivated peers. Our teachers maintain up to date materials to bring you the latest trends from industry. Central locations and flexible timetables.

Short courses starting soon
How to Understand the Blockchain Economy short course

If you are seeking a deeper understanding of blockchain technology and its impact on society, the economy and their industry then this course is ideal for you.

Participants will be introduced to the theories of institutional cryptoeconomics, apply those theories to use cases such as supply chains and identity management, and explore some of the ethical and legal challenges blockchain technology presents. The course is face-to-face, structured over two days of intense learning, and is comprised of 6 lectures. The course will be delivered by several members of the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub

When:   21 and 22 July 2018
Where:  RMIT Building 88 (440 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne 3000)
Time:    10 am - 5:30 pm

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