Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, or RMIT, is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. The university was originally founded as a working men's college by Australian philanthropist Francis Ormond in 1887.
RMIT has three campuses based in Australia, with another two campuses in Vietnam and a research and industry collaboration centre in Spain. Its workforce comprises over 500 staff, with roles in teaching, lecturing, research and course management.
The university offers programmes of study in 17 schools across its three academic campuses, including programmes in art and design, architecture, engineering, computer science and information systems, business and management, as well as communication and media studies.