RMIT has announced a new bachelor of business degree which it says is aligned with industry needs and the future of work, specifically designed to give students and working professionals transferable skills and a sound business technology understanding.
March 8 is International Women's Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, and a day that "marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality", and iTWire is proud to be taking part in sharing some powerful stories from inspirational women in the world of technology.
RMIT Online has introduced two new postgraduate programs that equip students with high-demand technology skills in emerging specialisations, including cyber security and blockchain-enabled business.
RMIT University will offer two courses in 5G technology in association with IBM, the university says, adding that both would be fully credentialled by the university. The university did not specify when the courses would be offered.
Concerns over the growing digital skills gap in Australia’s workforce have been revealed in a new study that found that 88% of employers find it hard to get employees with the skills they need.
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