RMIT Europe is the European hub of RMIT, a global university of technology, design and enterprise.
A series of free online courses developed by RMIT and industry experts is helping urban planning professionals to tackle a crucial question: "How can we improve air quality in our cities?"
The University’s innovation hub in Barcelona, Spain has been named an associate member of a major innovation community, designed to connect creatives and organisations to one of Europe’s largest innovation networks.
RMIT Europe’s Executive Director, Professor Marta Fernandez, recently spoke to The Collider about European and Asia-Pacific innovation ecosystems and Barcelona's position as a European innovation hub.
RMIT’s game-changing PhD program that’s shifting the concept of industry embedded research in Europe recently returned to Barcelona for its biannual Practice Research Symposium Europe (PRS Europe).
Advancing the Edible City will bring together leading researchers, policymakers and city administrators, civil society actors, green city activists and entrepreneurs to explore the ideas, practices, and systems necessary to support the sustainable, resilient and socially just development of our cities' food systems.