How it works
Our industry partners in Europe provide RMIT students with a business challenge for ideas, concepts and prototypes to be developed specifically for an organisation. All work is done online with students working on business challenges remotely through an online platform. There are no fees for organisations participating in RMIT challenges.
How to get involved
Our team works with industry to identify a challenge that connects with a relevant RMIT student course. View our current industry partners and challenges for RMIT students.
Who we work with
Industry partners providing business challenges to RMIT students have include IoT software developer Nexiona, pharmaceutical group Lyomark Pharma, marketing and sales consultancy Axivas and foundation Global Future of Work.