- RMIT Saigon South
- RMIT Hanoi City
We offer six stages of English for University, from Elementary through to Advanced.
Throughout the program, teachers review your progress by setting regular homework tasks and on-going assessments. You will receive regular, individual feedback throughout the course so that you can easily understand what you need to improve.
Entry to English is flexible and tailored to your skills and needs.
- Course duration: 10 weeks (200hrs face to face).
- Course schedule: Monday - Friday (8:00am - 12:30pm or 1:00pm - 5:30pm depending on Term start date)
- Course levels: Elementary, Pre -Intermediate , Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Pre-Advanced and Advanced
You can choose to start your English studies on any of these different entry dates:
- 7 January 2019
- 4 March 2019
- 8 April 2019
- 20 May 2019
- 1 July 2019
- 5 August 2019
- 16 September 2019
- 16 October 2019
- 27 November 2019
English courses and programs provided by RMIT University Vietnam are endorsed by NEAS (the Australian National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme). That means you are learning in an organisation that has internationally recognised English learning and teaching standards.
The English for University program incorporates technology and explores topics that are relevant to your RMIT degree program. You will work independently and in groups using applications and tools, interactive workbooks, and online research and resources to complete projects such as developing a website or creating a video. Your progress will also be supported by RMIT’s state-of-the-art learning systems by providing you with access to the specialized Independent Learning Centre and RMIT library.
One-on-one consultation with class teachers
One-to-one tutoring with an experienced teacher is available for you outside your class time if you need to discuss your progress or to ask any questions you may have about your lessons, assignments or skills.
Independent Learning Centre (ILC)
Students can use computers in the ILC to access English software programs and RMIT’s online learning system (Canvas) for extra practice. Students can also meet with the ILC Advisor to get advice on independent learning, research skills and the creation of a study plan.
Student Support Workshops
Students can join the weekly Student Support workshops that are offered outside of class such as: English language skills, learning strategies and technologies, and career planning.
Students can also join Student Clubs as a way to meet other university students, get involved in university events and gain experience in areas of interest and study. There are Sports Clubs such as basketball or badminton, Academic Clubs such as English or accounting and special interest Clubs such as dance or photography.
Communication with parents
Parents can contact the Administration Team in the School of English & University Pathways to ask about their child’s attendance, test results, participation in class and progress with their skills. Parents can also book meetings with teachers and Academic English Managers to discuss their child’s progress.
Please note that RMIT Vietnam follows RMIT global privacy laws which means that students must give permission for their information to be shared with their parents.
Elementary - Advanced level (10 weeks/level): 2,024 USD (indicative USD fee) /47,332,000 VND
Notes on fees and charges
- Program fees are priced and invoiced in Vietnam Dong (VND) by level.
- Payment in other currencies will be converted to VND at the exchange rate on that day. Bank transfer is the preferred method of payment.
- The fees in USD are ONLY applicable to those international students who arrange for payment from overseas, as per Circular No. 32/2013/TT-NHNN.
- A cash handling fee of VND 360,000 will be charged for all tuition fee payments made in cash to the Saigon South campus cashier. The fee does not apply to the deposit made by students new to a course.
Tuition fees are subject to change without notice.
Your assessments will demonstrate your capability in reading, writing, listening and speaking. They will also include technology and help you to develop independent learning skills. The tasks will include response journals, presentations, research, weekly review quizzes and group projects such as developing a website or creating a video. You will also have an end-of-course test for each skill. You must be successful in all 4 skills to progress to the next level.
We offer English placement tests to find your current level. The test includes grammar, writing and speaking and is conducted by RMIT English teachers to make sure you are enrolled in the correct level.