Graduate attributes

Graduate attributes

'A skilled hand, a cultivated mind'

RMIT's set of generic graduate attributes represents the broad skills that RMIT University expects that graduates will have acquired and be able to demonstrate to an appropriate level, whatever their program of study. They link to employability skills and program learning outcomes. RMIT's graduate attributes are:

Work-ready

An appropriate level of skill and English proficiency for life and work.

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Global outlook & competence

Able to engage thoughtfully and effectively with great diversity at work and in society.

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Environmentally responsible

Able to recognise environmental and social impacts and to provide leadership on sustainable approaches.

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Culturally & socially aware

Responsible and engaged members of local, national, international and professional communities.

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Active & lifelong learners

Capable of increasing their knowledge and skills to match their career and personal needs.

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Innovative

Able to develop innovative ways to generate new ideas, products, or ways of doing things.

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