RMIT is ranked among Australia’s top 10 universities and is one of the leading 250 universities worldwide (QS Quacquarelli Symonds, 2009).
The university welcomes corporate sponsorship and partnership. Our approach is to develop a mutually beneficial relationship that maximises access and collaboration.
RMIT’s enviable brand is recognised for its excellence in design and applied knowledge.
Co-branding offers increased awareness of your organisation among RMIT’s community of 190,000 alumni, 62,000 students and 3,500 staff.
Partnership opportunities include:
- Named scholarships
- Named academic chairs
- Named professorships
- Named facilities and equipment
- Student prizes and awards
- Student ambassadors program
- Student mentoring
- Student work placement
- Student projects
- Student conferences
- Alumni events and activities
- Alumni networks
- Major university events
- Professional conferences
- Industry-based research projects
The benefits of developing a corporate partnership with RMIT include:
- Direct involvement with students and staff in your sponsorship or partnership program
- Close proximity to tomorrow’s workforce and “real world” research
- Recognition on the RMIT website and in publications
- Invitations to RMIT events and activities
All sponsorships are subject to GST and are not deductible as charitable gifts. RMIT University will provide companies with tax invoices for all sponsorship payments received. It is suggested that companies seek independent advice regarding the deductibility status of sponsorship payments from their accountant or the Australian Taxation Office.
Visit the Supporting RMIT website.
Contact us to discuss how RMIT can work with you to give you an edge.