RMIT Entrepreneurship Week

RMIT Entrepreneurship Week

RMIT University hosts a number of events open to all students at the University's Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week) on 24-27 August 2020. They centre around a Hackathon which challenges students to work together and help solve a problem. There are some great reasons to get involved, including:

  • Gain knowledge of unique insights and best practices from many entrepreneurial thought leaders
  • Introduction to problem discovery and circular mindset, design thinking, and pitching
  • Have interactions with industry mentors and ideation of business solutions alongside multi-disciplinary teams
  • Enhance your capabilities across entrepreneurship, social innovation, and sustainability

RMIT Entrepreneurship Week at RMIT Training

We are celebrating RMIT Entrepreneurship Week in Study Success with a series of special workshops and new resources to help our business students. We also have a group of Foundation Studies Mentors who are available online to help all Training students. Mentoring is a great opportunity for students to develop their communication, leadership, and language skills. It’s a great way for us to support our RMIT Training community and empower our students. Our students today are our leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. 

In Study Success we have a range of online resources to help our Business students prepare for University. This includes access to online training to help improve their academic, presentation, report writing, and computer skills through our Canvas page. 

Business English resources 

There are also lots of great resources online for students to improve their business English. These include RMIT Training's Blog.

We look forward to celebrating RMIT Entrepreneurship Week with you! 

Entrepreneurship Week
20 August 2020


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