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Melbourne Polytechnic diploma

Melbourne Polytechnic diploma

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In October 2014, NMIT repositioned itself in the higher education market under the Melbourne Institute of Technology brand and appointed Publicis Mojo to coordinate the changes. The change was facilitated by a $19 million grant from the Victorian government.

Vocational education offers a wide range of study options, from short courses, pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships and internships to certificates, diplomas, higher diplomas, to tertiary education, higher education degrees under the Australian Qualifications Framework. In 2013, Melbourne Institute of Technology employed 511 full-time equivalent (FTE) teaching staff and 348.5 (FTE) support staff, delivering more than 500 courses. As of November 2014, there were 50,203 registered students, including 6,284 offshore students from overseas partner institutions.

Melbourne Institute of Technology is the largest primary industry training provider in Victoria and one of the largest in Australia, offering a variety of courses ranging from practical short courses to Bachelor’s degrees in agriculture and technology with a focus on viticulture, agronomy and agribusiness.

The Melbourne Institute of Technology is governed by a board of 11 directors appointed by the Victorian Government and the Chief Executive Officer is appointed by the Board. Recently appointed Chief Executive Officers (CE) include Brian MacDonald (1988 March 2012), Dr. Andrew Giddy (March 2012 to March 2014), and Ron Gauci (March 2014 to March 2014) April 2015) and Rob Wood (from May 2015 to September 2017). On October 20, 2017, Frances Coppollillo was appointed Chief Executive Officer.

Currently, the Chief Executive has six direct reports, including academic operations; Curriculum innovation and teaching excellence; Student engagement, international and community partnerships; Strategy, performance and governance; People and corporate services; Infrastructure, sustainability and region.