Do you want to be the voice for your school? Be an active part in the continuous improvement process of your program? Join the Student-Staff Consultative Committe (SSCC). This article shows you the information covered during SSCC Information sessions.
The Vacation and Internship Fair is on this Friday to help RMIT students to source Work Integrated Learning opportunities. It is also a chance for you to meet and discuss employment opportunities with employers from a range of industries, and find out about other opportunities including internships, work placements, cooperative education positions, vacation work programs and volunteer and graduate opportunities.
At RMIT, we take into account any previous academic studies that are relevant to your enrolment. Studies you have completed prior to commencing with us may count towards your award, through recognition of prior learning (RPL), recognition of current competency (RCC), or credit transfer. When the College assesses your application for your previous studies to be acknowledged, we provide you with a formal outcome. You then have the right to dispute this outcome, by lodging an appeal against a Credit Transfer / RPL / RCC decision.
The College of Business encourages your active participation in your education. Your learning experience should be a collaborative journey. However, sometimes things don't go to plan, and you end up with a final result that is below what you expected to receive. As an RMIT student, you have the right to dispute your final assessment result for any course you complete, in certain circumstances.