1. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
Established in 1887, located in Melbourne, Australia; RMIT has a global recognition of its excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research and more. The school is partnering with reputable companies to ensure your education is up to date. RMIT is a world leader in many fields including Art & Design (ranked 15th globally*), Architecture (ranked 31st globally*) and more. Notable alumni include Leigh Bowery, Toni Matičevski and Clement Meadmore.
RMIT is the largest institution in the Australia. Its highly diversified programmes are offered by 16 schools and 4 colleges***. Melbourne is a great city to live in and you will learn from experts in their fields.
2. Whitehouse Institute of Design
Whitehouse has campuses in both Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. It is an institute that specialises in teaching design, running internationally recognised curriculums. Whitehouse students are offered 24 hours of face to face lesson time each week***, which is significantly more than average Australian institutes. It runs 6 courses at different levels, focusing on Fashion Design and Interior Design.
The school uses a trimester study model, so you can finish a Bachelor’s degree in 2 years and start your career 1 year earlier. You can also benefit from the staff members’ experience as they are from the industry.
*According to QS World University Subject Rankings 2022.
**According to QS World University Rankings 2023.
***Facts and statistics of universities are available from their official websites.