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RMIT was founded by Francis Ormond in 1887. It was originally a night school offering courses in art, science and technology to cope with the industrial revolution in Australia. [7] This is a private college with a history of more than 100 years. Philippe became a public university. In 1992, it had about 87000 registered students in higher and vocational education
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Due to the change of the epidemic situation, the Australian government announced on February 1, 2020 that anyone from mainland China (except Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) who comes to Australia will not be allowed to enter Australia unless they are Australian citizens, permanent residents or spouses, legal guardians or family members of their immediate family members). The government is expected to reassess the limit in 14 days.
RMIT has arranged a central coordination team to manage RMIT's work in this field, continue to pay close attention to the epidemic and provide help to students and faculty.
Important update of novel coronavirus in Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University
Latest recommendations
In accordance with the latest government policy, RMIT hereby recommends that students:
If you have been to mainland China (excluding Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) on or after February 1, 2020, please do not return to campus within 14 days after your last visit to mainland China. This recommendation does not apply to people who have been to mainland China before February 1, 2020 or later.
If you have recently been to Hubei Province (including Wuhan), please do not return to campus within 14 days after your arrival in Australia.
If you have been in close contact with people who have been diagnosed with coronavirus, please do not return to campus within 14 days after your last contact with them.
The university is working with relevant authorities and regulators to find solutions to reduce the impact of the virus on students' learning.