Brunswick Campus & the People
Here are more details regarding the fashion industry at RMIT and how you can be part of it now or in the future
- Creative & multicultural neighborhood
- Green and spacious campus.
- Known as RMIT’s Fashion and Textiles campus.
- Has programs related to textile technologies & research, Fashion design, business, merchandising and product development.
- The Fashion Hub of RMIT
- Fellow students are very creative, open-minded and collaborative with design and fashion focus.
- The many exhibition and creative spaces across the campus lets you meet and interact other students.
INTRODUCTION TO CANVAS
- Choice of course topics
- Self-paced learning
- Enhance learning experience
- Easy access to materials
Handy tips for studying online:
- Read all the assignments before you start the classes, check the due dates, and the order they must be submitted.
- Ask your tutors if you have any questions.
- Get the resources you will need with time (books, articles, papers) and start reading them
- Use the SPRINT methodology
- Set hours and minutes you want to work on the assignment and establish specific breaks when necessary (Pomodoro technique)
- Associate Degree in Fashion Design and Technology
- Bachelor of Fashion (Design)
- Bachelor of Fashion (Design) (Honours)
- Bachelor of Fashion (Design Technology)
- Bachelor of Fashion (Enterprise)
- Bachelor of Fashion (Merchandise Management)
- Bachelor of Fashion and Textiles (Sustainable Innovation)
- Bachelor of Textiles (Design)
- Bachelor of Textiles (Design) (Honours)
- Graduate Certificate in Fashion (Entrepreneurship)
- Graduate Certificate in Textiles (Forensics)
- Graduate Diploma of Fashion (Entrepreneurship)
- Master of Fashion (Design)
- Master of Fashion (Entrepreneurship)
- Master of Design (Fashion & Textiles)
- Master of Technology (Fashion & Textiles)
- PhD (Fashion & Textiles)
RUSU Compass Drop-In Centre
RUSU Students Rights Service
RUSU Community Resources
RMIT Job Shop
Join the RAFTS Club (RMIT Association of Fashion & Textile Students)
The RMIT Association of Fashion and Textile Students (RAFTS) aims to build a community for undergraduates, postgraduates, research and vocational students enrolled (or with an interest) in Fashion and Textiles. By providing a fashion and textile platform, connecting different fashion and textile programs we hope to achieve the goals of expanding social and business networks raising awareness of upcoming projects and assignments in different programs stimulating exchange of knowledge of different programs, and creating a meeting point for current and alumni students.
This semester, we plan to have small classes for masking making and a virtual talk/discussion with a sustainable stylist from Brunswick.
Events will look a little different in 2020. We plan to continue providing Brunswick students to socialise and connect during this time.
Keep an eye on the RUSU Facebook page to stay up to date with what's coming up.
Become a RUSU Member
By becoming a financial member for the year, you ensure that the RUSU can continue to make a difference. RUSU is a not-for-profit organisation, so you can be sure that all monies raised go towards improving the lives of RMIT students - serving more students, more often.
BECOME A MEMBER