RMIT University

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What are the most popular skills that students and alumni from RMIT University possess?

finder.com.au have crunched the numbers have found that graduates from RMIT University possess a number of key skills, including project management, change management, Microsoft Office, customer service and strategic planning.

The top five skills are
  • Project management
  • Change management
  • Microsoft Office
  • Customer service
  • Strategic planning

List of skills

NameNumber of students and alumni
Project Management16545
Change Management12354
Microsoft Office12274
Customer Service11524
Strategic Planning11496
Leadership10763
Business Strategy10347
Project Planning9843
Marketing Strategy9411
Microsoft Excel9345
Marketing8823
Social Media8744
Team Leadership8657
Strategy8539
Business Analysis8271
Stakeholder Management8226
Business Development7800
Photoshop7531
New Business Development7320
Event Management7222
Business Process Improvement7118
Negotiation6762
Microsoft Word6387
Social Media Marketing6189
Management17049
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