01 | Main topics
Tips on how to ace the senior year and plan strategically for the university life.
Explore the new Bachelor of Business with 9 majors & 14 minors.
Meet one-on-one with a Program Advisor and receive details on RMIT’s undergraduate programs, scholarship, application and admissions procedures.
Get a taste of what an RMIT classroom is like through our interactive workshops, delivered by RMIT international academics.
Business Workshop: Building the Future
Learn how to maximise your business skills to take on the challenges of the future and be the next “Steve Jobs” of Apple by building a new iPad Generation.
03 | Explore the Majors and Minors
A Major (8 standard courses) is the primary focus of your study.
A Minor (4 standard courses) is a secondary focus of study that is typically more specialised. Minors are designed to complement your Major and give you well-rounded skills as a graduate.
Accounting for Business
Blockchain Enabled Business
Business and Technology
Innovation and Enterprise
Logistics and Supply Chain
Management and Change
People and Organisation
Tourism and Hospitality
Personalised course structure
3 years | 24 courses | 3 semesters/year
(4 requisite courses)
Up to 2 Majors (8 courses per Major)
Up to 2 Minors (8 courses per Minor)
Business electives* and General electives**
Business Graduate Portfolio
* Business electives courses: choose any course from other Business majors or minors
** General electives: choose any elective course from any program at RMIT
Based on your preference of choices, the course structure can be personalised.
04 | Why study business at RMIT?
An internationally recognised qualification, awarded by RMIT University in Melbourne
The ultimate flexibility to customise your own program
Co-designed program curriculum with industry that is matched with the industry’s demands
Real-world learning, concentrating on solving real industry problems to build your portfolio of experience
Global exchange studying opportunities in RMIT Melbourne or 200+ partner universities
05 | What do RMIT students say about their senior year of high school?
Nguyen Quoc Dai
Logistics & Supply Chain Management alumnus
Alumnus, Chu Van An National High School
"As I made the decision to enroll at RMIT rather late, I didn't have enough time to prepare for the English proficiency standardised tests. Due to the time constraint, I decided that apart from taking the IELTS test, I would enroll in the English for University program to improve my English and hone the soft skills needed for university, such as teamwork, presentation, and leadership.
Time goes by very quickly and waits for no one. My advice to all Year 12 students is to prepare early to avoid putting yourself in a passive position like me."