Student Experience

Be part of the RMIT community

Life at RMIT Training extends far beyond the classroom. Community and connection are important for a rich and fulfilling student experience. Matt, Tilly, and Ziggy (RMIT Training’s therapy dog) are the Student Experience team that are behind the fun and engaging activities and events offered at RMIT Training. Students can join activities to socialise, make new friends, practise English, and build meaningful connections with fellow students.

Student experience team and therapy dog, Ziggy

Student Events at RMIT Training

Our Student Experience team works to provide a warm and welcoming environment for students to meet new people, gain new experiences and explore Melbourne.

There are lots of exciting opportunities for students to get involved in, both in person and online. The Student Experience Team runs regular activities and events centred around socialising, sport, art, food & culture and sightseeing.

You can keep up-to-date with what’s on via our Eventbrite Calendar.  


It gives me a sense of belonging. It feels like home. Everyone is very friendly to you.

- RMIT Training Student Survey Respondent


Volunteering is a great way to gain work experience, learn new skills, improve your English, gain confidence and give back to the community.

  • Research indicates volunteers:
  • are happier and healthier
  • may experience mental health benefits
  • get a sense of purpose from helping others

Talk to our Student Experience team about volunteering in Melbourne.

Student volunteers in uniform

Students in a kitchen

RMIT Training Student Ambassadors

Student ambassadors work closely with the Student Experience team to create a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive environment for our students.

Life in Melbourne

Melbourne has consistently been voted one of the most liveable cities in the world, and for good reason! Melbourne is a very multicultural city, with people from all over the world calling it home. It has a vibrant and creative heart, with an abundance of cafes (yes, we really do have the best coffee in the world!), art galleries, festivals, live entertainment, sports events, places to eat and shop. You’ll never be bored with the weather; it can change on an hourly basis!

Visit our Melbourne for international students page for more information.

Melbourne city skyline at sunset

Social Media

Join the RMIT Training My Community group and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to find out all the latest on upcoming events, photos from previous activities, things to do at RMIT University and beyond.



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RMIT University clubs and societies

Make the most of your time in Melbourne by connecting with RMIT University’s Clubs and Societies.  

No matter what you’re into, or what you’d like to explore, there really is something for everyone at RMIT University Clubs and Societies. Express your creative side or play social sport; find spiritual enlightenment or experience the great outdoors; build on what you’re studying or share your opinions with like-minded people - there's all this and much more... 

Students walking on campus Social clubs
Skiing on snow Sport clubs
Students at a pride festival LGBTQIA+ clubs
Students making crafts Creative clubs

Frequently asked questions

RMIT Training Building 108 is open from 8:30am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday. You can use the Student Lounge on Level 12 for quiet study time or meet your friends in the Student Café and Courtyard on Level 4 before or after classes.

Building 108 is in the centre of Melbourne so you can take time outside of class time to explore our beautiful city. The RMIT Training Student Experience team arrange lots of activities in the afternoons and on weekends so you will always have something fun to do when you’re not studying. 

Every 2 months a new calendar of activities is emailed to RMIT Training students. There are also events advertised on the Student Lounge screens, in Students News and posters around the building showing all upcoming events. Student Experience also send out reminders.

When you find an event you want to attend, follow the link we send you or click the QR code. 

RMIT Training uses Eventbrite for student event registration. 

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Information for new students

Everything you need to know for your first few weeks at RMIT including enrolment information, timetables and orientation.

Student services

Explore the services, activities and support available to you as a student.

Campus tour

Do you want to see where you could be studying? We have put together a virtual campus tour.

Contact the Student Experience Team

On campus support: RMIT Building 108, Level 12 Student Lounge

aboriginal flag
torres strait flag

Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.