Business IT and Logistics

School of Business IT and Logistics

The School of Business IT and Logistics is committed to providing our students with skills and capabilities that are relevant to the undoubtedly global world of business.

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Welcome to RMIT's School of Business IT and Logistics

What sets us apart as community is our commitment to undertaking teaching and research relevant to the real needs of business, government, other organisations and communities which adds value from the smart use of business systems.


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School of Business IT and Logistics

The School of Business IT and Logistics, situated in Melbourne’s Central Business District.

It’s one of six schools within the College of Business and recognised throughout the Asia Pacific region as a leader in the provision of education for the information systems, business IT, librarianship, and in logistics and supply chain management professions.

Our teaching areas

The School of Business IT and Logistics offers a diverse range of programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as Research opportunities in the areas of Business , Business Information Systems and Logistics.

Business and administration

RMIT’s business and administration programs introduce you to a range of business functions and disciplines.

Information systems

You will be highly valued by employers as an RMIT graduate who understands business, has highly developed IT and problem-solving skills, and can communicate effectively in a variety of industries.

Supply chain and logistics

Understand the complexities of supply chain management, logistics, procurement, import and export from industry experts.

Management and leadership

RMIT has offered business management programs since 1944. Our graduates are making their mark locally and overseas shaping organisations, leading teams and enhancing workplace operations and culture.

Start planning a career

Become one of Australia's most employable graduates when you choose from a range of industry responsive programs in business, IT and logistics.


New knowledge generated from research projects is disseminated via quality publications and the School has a strong record of achievement in PhD training with a current enrolment of 80 higher degree students.

Much of the research undertaken in the School of Business IT and Logistics is applied with an emphasis on industry relevance, leveraging off the School’s strong industry engagement tradition. The School’s research has benefited from investments in building staff research capability and attracting leading researchers and high calibre PhD candidates across the two main areas: Digital Business and Innovation and Logistics and Supply Chain Management.


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Industry connections

The School of Business IT and Logistics is committed to providing innovative, cost effective technology and design solutions to assist industry partners in achieving their organisational goals.



Visit us

Address: Building 80, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000

Postal address:

School of Business IT and Logistics
RMIT University
GPO Box 2476
Melbourne 3001 Australia

RMIT Connect 

Information for current College of Business students.

Address: Building 80, Level 7, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne,  VIC-3000
Location: Melbourne City campus , Building 80
 Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm,  Friday: 10am - 5pm
Website: RMIT Connect


The School of Business IT and Logistics is led by a team of extensively experienced professionals, academics, and industry leaders.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer