Tuition fees

Tuition fees

Education is priceless, because it is an investment in the future. The value is immeasurable - but enormous.  At RMIT Vietnam, we operate as a not-for-profit organisation, which means all fees are reinvested in the university to continuously improve your student experience.  So whenever you invest in your future, so do we.

Find information about tuition fees for English students.

Diploma programs

Program name Courses VND
Diploma of Commerce 12 366,048,000

Undergraduate degree programs

Program name

Courses

VND

Accountancy

24

636,192,000

Business Information Systems

29

728,016,000

Economics and Finance

24

636,192,000

Entrepreneurship

24

636,192,000

International Business

24

636,192,000

Management

24

636,192,000

Marketing

24

636,192,000

Commerce

24

636,192,000

Professional Communication

23

636,192,000

Design (Digital Media)

20

636,192,000

Information Technology

24

636,192,000

Fashion and Textiles Merchandising

24

636,192,000

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

32

691,904,000

Postgraduate degree programs

Program name Courses VND
MBA (Executive) 12 576,864,000
MBA 12 492,912,000

 

Compulsory Non-Academic Fees

Services VND (per semester)
SGS Hanoi
University Facilities Fee

864,000

211,000
Student Council Levy

70,000

70,000
Medical Service Fee

469,000

469,000
Medical Insurance Fee for International Students

7,500,000

7,500,000
National Medical Insurance Fee

289,800/year

289,800/year

SGS - Saigon South campus

HN - Hanoi campus

VND - Vietnam Dong

Notes on fees and charges

  1. RMIT Vietnam has 3 semesters per year, in each semester you enrol into a maximum of 4 courses. The duration of programs is flexible and can be adapted on an individual basis upon enrolment.
  2. The program fees are set in Vietnam Dong (VND) and invoiced by semester.
  3. Fees are payable in Vietnamese Dong (VND), preferably by bank transfer.
  4. For security reasons and to minimize waiting time, students are encouraged to pay tuition fees by transferring them to RMIT Vietnam’s ANZ bank account or by depositing them directly at an ANZ bank branch.
  5. 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. This fee applies for both English and academic program fees. The fee does not apply to the VND 10,000,000 deposit made by students new to an academic program.
  6. Medical Insurance is compulsory for international students. Suitable medical insurance will be arranged by RMIT Vietnam on behalf of the student. Should an international student choose to arrange their own medical insurance, evidence of this must be provided prior to the beginning of the semester.
  7. National Medical Insurance Fee is paid by all Vietnamese university students in Vietnam. The level of the fee is related to minimum wage in Vietnam.

Tuition fees and medical insurance fees are subject to change without notice.

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