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RMIT University Building 8

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Jeffry b wrote a review Aug 2020
Essendon, Australia6,739 contributions1,976 helpful votes
RMIT began as a the Working Man's College, similar to a Mechanic's Institute. It is now a university, although most most students, past and present, still think of it as' theTech,'the Royal Melbourne Instditue of Technology. Much of RMIT is old, though Building 8 is colourfully Post Modern. RMIT tends towards prctical disciples such as engineering, although its creative writiing and design courses are renouned nation-wide. As a former student, I can say that RMIT never stands sill.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Oldjack wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia21,684 contributions2,444 helpful votes
It is creative and colorful and diferent and if that was the objective it succeeded but it does not add a whole lot to the image of RMIT or to the top end of Swanston Street that really did not have a whole lot going for it anyway.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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platypus150 wrote a review Sep 2018
Melbourne, Australia20,713 contributions828 helpful votes
Much of RMIT dates back well over 100 years and was once a part of the Working Men's College or has been re-purposed from the justice system (old police station lockup or magistrates' court in Russell Street). This building is much newer. Inside it is a comfy place to sit out of the weather, but the gallery next door is far more interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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EndlessTravels wrote a review May 2018
Greater Melbourne, Australia34,535 contributions1,805 helpful votes
Easy to see with its unique green bubble like design. Worth a look when you walk between Old Melbourne Gaol and State Library.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Jeffry b wrote a review Oct 2017
Essendon, Australia6,739 contributions1,976 helpful votes
RMIT University sits on the edge of the northen edge of the Hoddle Grid that defines central Melbourne. RMIT is a technical institute of higher education. The Post Modern features, such as Building 8, add interest to the RMIT city campus, which has tended to be a trifle "concrete and utilitarian." RMIT offers many courses, ranging from fashion design to aerospace engineering. Building 8 has made RMIT a more interesting place to learn.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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