RMIT expands APAC presence with new partnership

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Friday, 26 November, 2021

RMIT expands APAC presence with new partnership

RMIT University has signed a strategic partnership with Infinite Learning to expand its presence in Asia–Pacific and take advantage of the region’s growing technology education scene.

As part of the agreement, RMIT will expand its reach to the Nongsa Digital Park in Indonesia, a tech hub jointly supported by the Indonesian and Singaporean governments.

RMIT’s College of Vocational Education will initially provide two cybersecurity courses to the local workforce via Infinite Learning, with the partnership having the potential to expand to future course offerings in other digital priority areas.

RMIT Deputy Vice-Chancellor Global Professor Peter Coloe said the company has been playing an active role in the Asia–Pacific region for more than 30 years, delivering education with partner institutions.

“It’s exciting to know that students of our new Cyber Security courses will join a 50,000-strong alumni cohort in the region,” he said.

“This new partnership with Infinite Learning also positions RMIT in the digital epicentre of the Asia–Pacific.”

The new courses will commence in early 2022, with access largely driven by local government and corporate employers.

Infinite Learning is the Educational Division of Infinite Studios, which is itself part of the group that operates the Nongsa Digital Park.

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