Transfer to Melbourne

Transfer to Melbourne

Enjoy the vibe of one of Australia’s most popular and lively cities when you complete your degree at RMIT Melbourne.

Transferring your program to RMIT Melbourne will enable you the chance to seek post-study career opportunities with employers in Australia.

As programs from RMIT University Vietnam are equivalent to those offered at RMIT Melbourne, you can choose to start your study in Vietnam and then transfer to Australia without causing disruption to your studies.*

Whether you are at undergraduate level or postgraduate level, you can transfer the credits that you have gained through RMIT Vietnam to your new program at RMIT Melbourne.

After deciding to transfer to Melbourne, RMIT will support you in finding accommodation and settling into your new life.

*Please note that the following programs are either not offered or offered differently in Melbourne (customised for Vietnam): Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Languages, Bachelor of Design Studies, Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics & Mechatronics Engineering) (Honours), Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) (Honours), Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) (Honours) and Bachelor of Digital Marketing.

Also, candidates who would like to apply for PhD or Master of Research should contact RMIT Melbourne directly.

Scholarship information

2 RMIT International Excellence Scholarships with the value of 20% tuition fee reduction for the entire program duration for transfer students (only for February 2019 intake and July 2019 intake).

Primary conditions

Students have to receive Offer letter for a program at RMIT Melbourne before applying for the scholarship. Further details: 

  • Undergraduate transfer: study at least 3 semesters at RMIT Melbourne (at least 3 courses / semester)
  • Postgraduate transfer: study at least 2 semesters at RMIT Melbourne (at least 3 courses / semester)

Other conditions and how-to-apply for the scholarship

Closing date

  • Semester 1 2019: 15 January 2019
  • Semester 2 2019: 31 May 2019

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