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RMIT University remains committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for our staff and students. Find out more about our COVID-19 protocols and requirements here.

Courses and Program Advice

If you are enquiring about a Research program you can contact the School of Graduate Research.

If you are enquiring about studying individual units, you can contact the Single Courses team.

If you are enquiring about Cross Institutional Studies, please refer to this guide.

FAQ's

Can I study online?

We are excited to bring classes back to our vibrant campus in 2022. A lot of programs will offer a blended mode of learning, with more practical programs being predominantly taught on campus.

RMIT Online offers a range of online only programs that you may wish to explore.

Additionally, Open Universities Australia offers a range of online offerings you may wish to explore.

 

When can I apply?

It is important to be aware of application opening and closing dates. You can find an outline of application dates for both direct and VTAC here.

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Scholarships can be a great thing to look into when applying to study at RMIT. You can browse our range of scholarships available here.

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If you have previously undertaken relevant studies or learning, you may be eligible to apply for credit. At RMIT, Credit is applied for and assessed after you have enrolled into your desired program. More about RMIT's Credit process can be found here.

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Did you know that RMIT offers Guaranteed Pathways? Guaranteed pathways allow you to secure your place in your desired Bachelor Degree, at the time of enrolling into your pathway. Look for the 'Guaranteed Pathway' badge on the Pathway Finder tool to see if your program is eligible.

RMIT University is a Dual Sector provider, meaning there are a lot of great pathway options available to help you in reaching your study and career goals.

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Want to know more about what student life is like at RMIT? Speak to current RMIT students with similar interests to you for first-hand insights!

FAQ's

Can I study online?

We are excited to bring classes back to our vibrant campus in 2022. A lot of programs will offer a blended mode of learning, with more practical programs being predominantly taught on campus.

RMIT Online offers a range of online only programs that you may wish to explore.

Additionally, Open Universities Australia offers a range of online offerings you may wish to explore.

Please note that RMIT Online programs do not meet Australian student visa requirements. To qualify for an Australian student visa, you must be enrolling into a program delivered on campus.

 

When can I apply?

It is important to be aware of application opening and closing dates. You can find an outline of application dates for both direct and VTAC here.

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Scholarships can be a great thing to look into when applying to study at RMIT. You can browse our range of scholarships available to commencing International students here.

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If you have previously undertaken relevant studies or learning, you may be eligible to apply for credit. As an International Student, you should request to be assessed for credit when you submit your application, prior to accepting an offer. This will ensure that you have the correct duration on your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE).

If you are applying from an approved partner institution you are not required to submit a syllabus unless otherwise advised.

If assessed as eligible for credit, applicants will receive an offer outlining the credit available and the process for accepting.

More information about applying for credit can be found here

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RMIT offers a range if pathway options at sifferent study levels in order to help you reach your study and career goals.

RMIT Foundation studies can guarantee entry into degree and associate degree programs. This pathway is ideal for students who want to prepare for University with programs specifically designed for international students.

More information about pathways for international students can be found here.

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Want to know more about what student life is like at RMIT? Speak to current RMIT students with similar interests to you for first hand insights!

Current students, or students who have accepted an offer to study with RMIT and are looking to enrol, are advised to get in touch with Student Connect.

Student Connect is the place to go for general administration, student support and current student enquiries, including:

Did you know RMIT have a dedicated Career Advisers' Portal? Here you can access the latest information and guides to best assist your students!

For Career Advisor enquiries, you can reach out to the Student Recruitment Team.

Email: student.recruitment@rmit.edu.au

Phone: +61 3 9925 2555
Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm

For any specific course advice, Study@RMIT can assist.

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Application Assistance

If you are enquiring about a Research program please contact the School of Graduate Research.

If you are enquiring about studying individual units, please contact the Single Courses team.

If you are enquiring about Cross Institutional Studies, please refer to this guide.

If you have applied or are looking to apply for an RMIT Online program, please reach out to the RMIT Online team.

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How do I apply?

A comprehensive guide on how to apply to study at RMIT can be found here. Also found here is important application dates to be aware of.

Applying directly to RMIT? Check out these tips and FAQs to ensure you don't miss anything when submitting your application!

Applying via VTAC? Head over to the VTAC website to learn more about the application process.

If you're not sure if you should be applying via VTAC or directly to RMIT, be sure to click the red 'Apply' button on the program pages, to find out the best way to apply.

 

Why can't I find my program in 'Select a program'?

You can search for your program by name, keyword or program code.

If the program does not appear in the search results, it may not be being offered in this intake.

Tip: Make sure you have selected the correct response for the year 12 question in the personal details section. If you have accidentally selected 'YES', the program will likely not show up

For best viewing experience, it's advised to apply on a computer using Google Chrome.

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When should I expect to receive an outcome for my application?

For direct applications, once you submit your application your status will change to “Under assessment”. Provided you have submitted all the required documentation, you can expect an outcome within 1 – 4 weeks unless your program requires ranking (competitive assessment). In this case, you will be notified by email of when you will receive an outcome. Application outcome delays may also occur if your program requires an interview/folio presentation, or Selection Task assessment.

During the assessment process, if a Selection Officer requires further information from you, a request email will be sent to your registered email address and a notification will be visible on My Dashboard.

For VTAC applications, offers are released on specific dates. More information on these dates can be located on the VTAC website.

 

How do I accept/withdraw/defer an offer?

If your direct application is successful, you will be emailed the details of your offer.

Log in to view the details of your offer via My dashboard.

Once you have received an offer, you will be given three options.

 

Accept your offer – if you accept your offer you will be sent details on how to enrol. All other preferences and offers will be withdrawn.

 

Decline your offer – if you decline your offer it will be withdrawn. If you have other preferences they will continue to be assessed.

 

Wait for the outcome of other preferences – you can track the progress of your application via My dashboard.

 

Defer your offer – To defer your offer, simply accept your offer and await your enrolment instructions sent via email (this can take up to 48 hours to receive). This email will include your student number, which you will need in order to defer. It is important that you do not enrol at this time if you are deferring an offer. Further information can be found here about RMIT's deferral process.

 

I have accepted an offer, how do I enrol?

Congratulations on receiving and accepting an offer to study at RMIT! For enrolment assistance, please refer to this guide, or head over to Student Connect.

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How do I apply?

A comprehensive guide on how to apply to study at RMIT can be found here.

Applying directly to RMIT? Check out these tips and FAQs to ensure you don't miss anything when submitting your application! When applying directly, it's important to note that your preferences will be assessed in the order you have preferenced them. Please place your most desired program as your first preference.

Applying via VTAC? Head over to the VTAC website to learn more about the application process.

If you are not sure how you should be applying, head over to this page detailing more about each application method.

 

What are the English language requirements?

Minimum English language requirements may differ between programs at the same study level.

You are strongly advised to check the minimum English requirements required for your preferred program on individual program pages.

You are required to provide current evidence of your English language proficiency for admission to RMIT.

International students can provide their results from one of these three options:

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When should I expect to receive an outcome for my application?

RMIT will normally advise you on the outcome of your application within 10 business days. If you are applying from Australia, you should be advised within 24 hours. This time frame may be delayed if there is any folio or credit needing to be assessed.

For VTAC applications, offers are released on specific dates. More information on these dates can be located on the VTAC website.

 

How do I accept/withdraw/defer an offer?

Your acceptance will be processed when you have made payment of your deposit as outlined in your offer letter. The payment should include tuition deposit, and if applicable, your OSHC and ELICOS tuition fees and enrolment fee. More information can be found here about accepting your offer and enrolling.

If you wish to defer your studies after receiving an offer, please take a read of this guide.

 

I have accepted an offer, how do I enrol?

It is important to enrol before your classes start. Make sure you read through the enrolment guide to familiarise yourself with the necessary steps

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Current or Enrolled Students

Current students at RMIT are defined as any student who is enrolled in a program, or have accepted an offer for a program. Current students are advised to get in touch with Student Connect for assistance.

Student Connect is the place to go for general administration, student support and current student enquiries, including:



Enrolment Help

Congratulations on receiving and accepting an offer to study at RMIT! For enrolment assistance, please refer to this guide, or head over to Student Connect to speak with a staff member.



Alumni

Visit the RMIT Alumni website for more information on Alumni.



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Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.

aboriginal flag
torres strait flag

Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.