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All distances from city center Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology RMIT in miles
All distances from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology RMIT in miles
RMIT University is a global university which was founded by Francis Ormond in the year 1887. The university is recognised throughout the world for its leadership, innovation in technology, design and enterprise. RMIT University has campuses in Melbourne, Australia as well as a centre in Spain, two campuses in Vietnam, a representative office in Indonesia. Apart from its campus it also offers programs through partners in Asia and Europe. Its main campus is located on the northern edge of the historic Hoddle Grid in the heart of Melbourne city. At RMIT students get to learn from experts in their respective field of study, while benefiting from the university’s strong industry connections and a curriculum designed to meet the latest skills. RMIT is one of Australia's original higher education institutions and enjoys a global reputation for superiority in professional and vocational education, applied research, and meeting the needs of industry and the community. The university is quite popular for various courses such as Art and Design, Architecture and the Built Environment, Finance, Management Studies, Engineering and more.
Located in central Melbourne, the historic City campus of RMIT is the first campus of the university. The campus is the largest and is known for its unique contemporary architecture as well as its well-preserved Victorian era and interwar period buildings. Its original building is situated on the corner of Bowen Street and La Trobe Street where you can join a club or society, take part in our walking tours, and more. Students can find plenty of cheap and healthy food and drinks within walking distance from the campus.
Finding a good student accommodation is always a great concern for international students but finding accommodation in Melbourne is, in fact, not very difficult. RMIT owns several student accommodation facilities including RMIT village, Walert House, Cambridge Court and College Square —all of which are self-catered apartments. These are available mostly to first-year international students and that too on a priority basis.
If you are looking for private student accommodation Melbourne, we advise you to go for purpose-built student accommodations(PBSAs). These are student home which are specifically designed for student living and are located near the university campuses. These accommodations offer modern security features such as secure or entry to ensure a worry-free stay. University Living, the global student housing marketplace, offers such safe and secure homes near the university, which leaves you with lots of spare time to enjoy.
These PBSA offers a wide selection of room types including student hostel, student studio, student apartments, shared flats, en-suite rooms, and homestays. In private hostels, students will have private bedrooms but the bathroom, kitchen and living room are shared with other students. Students who prefer privacy can choose studios as they offer a completely private space with personal bed, study area, private kitchen and bathroom as well. Those who like the company of others can choose en-suite rooms in which you’ll get a private bedroom and bathroom but the kitchen and living room is shared with other flatmates. Students also get to enjoy various modern facilities such as a gym, laundry room, TV, swimming pool, BBQ, outdoor courtyard, games room, and more.
Most of these accommodations are located near the university campuses and also close to the central business district (CBD). They are situated in a nice student-friendly neighbourhood such as Carlton, La Troe St, Swanston Street, North Melbourne, Beckett Street, and more. These properties will also put you at walking distance to hundreds of local restaurants and cafes, QV food courts and the famous Queen Victoria Market.
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