List of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology People

List Of Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology People

This is list of persons affiliated with the Australian university the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) – which is otherwise referred to as RMIT University in Victoria (Australia) and RMIT International University in Vietnam. It includes alumni, as well as current and former faculty and students, etc.

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