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New RMIT Short Course Guide available

Review the July to December 2016 Short Course Guide and discover a range of new and popular courses.

RMIT offers short courses in a variety of subject areas including design, business, engineering, fashion, architecture, communication, art, languages, technology, community services, health and more.

Short courses starting from July include:

 

An RMIT short course offers you the opportunity to quickly enhance your professional skills, increase general knowledge in a chosen area or simply nurture a new talent or hobby.

The Short Course Guide features testimonials from former RMIT students who describe the impact the course has had on their career, as well as profiles from RMIT course facilitators.

Sophie Doe studied Portfolio Preparation in Interior Decoration and Interiors – Design and Decoration for Living.

As a visual merchandiser with an interest in homewares, she was considering moving into interior design, so decided to undertake some short courses.

“The courses were fun, informative and a great way to meet new people and take time to indulge in learning something new,” Ms Doe said.

“They helped confirm that I wanted to move into interior design, and were a great stepping stone into a change of career direction.

“I am now a Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration student at RMIT University, which I am thoroughly enjoying.”

Courses are practical and designed to fit within a busy lifestyle, with contents varying from project-based to portfolio development. The courses run throughout the year and are based in central locations in Melbourne.

RMIT also offers a wide range of single courses for those who want to experience a subject before committing to a degree.

For more information, visit www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au.