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What's next... for Stefan Bernadi

From industry experience to a postgrad qualification, Stefan is upskilling to get the career he wants.

Why study building at RMIT?

Ranked #25 in the world for Built Environment studies*

Benefit from long-standing industry connections, including 250+ employers of choice

Our courses are accredited by major industry associations

*Source: 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject

Discover building

Create and shape the spaces we live and work in every day

More than half the world’s population live in cities. With the increase in urbanisation, the development of our environment is about more than just constructing buildings and roads.

Our accredited programs connect you with industry mentors to gain professional skills to design, plan, shape, finance and manage the urban spaces we work and live in. 

Career outcomes

Laura worked on a $60-million IT project

Laura Adams combined her passion for science and travel while studying a Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) (Honours).

"RMIT enabled me to defer my studies to have time to undertake an internship with a $60-million IT project at an infrastructure company, and then travel for nine months through Asia, Europe and Africa."

"I returned rejuvenated, and successfully applied for a student exchange to study one semester of my project management degree at the University of Flordia, USA, to further my academic and personal growth."

Industry connections

Build your network

Benefit from RMIT's long-standing industry connections, and learn from experienced teachers drawing on real-world experience. Our programs are informed by industry and designed to meet the needs of current and future employers, ensuring you're ready to work from day one.

You can take part in internships that provide employment experiences to enhance your studies and prepare you for your career. We take a collaborate approach to research and are known for our successful student outcomes.

Facilities and locations

Students walking in RMIT's Bowen Street

Study in Melbourne city or Bundoora

Many of RMIT’s building courses are taught at the City or Bundoora campuses, depending on your course and course plan. Enjoy purpose-built facilities, study spaces, libraries and computer labs and have your choice of cafes, sport and fitness facilities, green spaces, and more.

Experience building at RMIT

Considering doing your masters in building? Learn more about two popular courses, the Master of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building and the Master of Property. Hear from real students about their experience studying building at RMIT

A highlight of the degree was a study tour that I went on, where my group visited a range of international construction developments. We visited Dubai, Abu Dhabi, London and Singapore, and learned about the technologies and processes used in construction in other countries.

The site visits were marvellous, and the variations in projects were amazing. All the professionals working within the construction industry whom we met were great, really knowledgeable, and came from diverse backgrounds.

– Samantha, Bachelor of Applied Science (Construction Management) (Honours)

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