In 2022, the learning experience at RMIT will continue to be a mix of online and face to face. Students will be learning through digital content via Canvas and attending timetabled classes face-to-face in our physical classrooms.
We recognise that some international students will continue to be affected by the COVID-19 travel restrictions. That’s why we’ll continue to provide online options where possible to support our students in progressing their studies, while they remain offshore.
Depending on the program and its requirements, this may include different learning activities and assessments, conducting face-to-face studies at RMIT’s Offshore Learning Centres in their home country or guiding students through different program pathways.
However, for some programs, such as some with accreditation requirements, it is not possible to offer alternative learning options. Please see below for detailed information on the status of potentially affected programs, advice for international students and who to contact for further information.
Students should be aware that if they cannot attend campus, this may result in delays to their progression and program completion.
Students enrolled in double degrees or degrees with courses from different disciplines may need to check information from different Colleges depending on their chosen disciplines.