RMIT University. [1 July 1992– ]
RMIT University can trace its history back for more than a century, when it opened as the Working Men's College. In 1960 the name Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology was adopted. It was not until 1992 that it was granted the status of University. In the late 1990s RMIT University had almost 50,000 students, it is still based in Melbourne but has established campuses outside the city centre as well as overseas.
Previous: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. March
1960–1 July 1992
1 July 1992
Subordinate: Faculty of Applied Science. 1967–
Subordinate: Faculty of Biomedical and Health Sciences.
Subordinate: Faculty of Engineering. 1967–
Primary: Department of State and Regional Development. Guides to Current Research in Victorian Universities. Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2000.
Record type: corporate name
Editorial status: draft
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Record identifier: AUS::AUSTEHC::Australian Science at Work::A000027
|Ailie Smith||16 December 1999||create|
|Ailie Smith||2 July 2001||update|
Language/Script of description: English in Latin script