Study in Melbourne

RMIT Melbourne welcomes you!

If you want to expand your horizons by studying overseas, discover how an internationally recognised degree from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, can set you up for your career.

Why choose RMIT Melbourne?

Globally ranked

#18 in the world and #5 in Australia for universities less than 50 years old

Graduate employability

#4 in the Australia and #55 in the world for graduate employment rate

Excellence in higher education

5-star QS for excellence in higher education

*2020 QS World University Rankings

Discover our 430+ programs in 18 study areas

  •  11th globally and 1st in Australia for Arts and Design*
  • 25th globally and 3rd in Australia for Architecture / Built Environment*
  • 44th globally and 4th in Australia for Communication and Media Studies*

*2020 QS World University Rankings

Unlimited learning opportunities

Discover RMIT’s flexible learning options to optimise your study plan

Intakes and entry requirements

February 2021

July 2021

Level of study Pre-university Vocational Undergraduate Undergraduate
  Foundation Diplopma/ Advanced Diplopma Associate Degree Bachelor degree
English language proficiency (IELTS score or equivalent) 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.5
Academic requirements Finish year 11 with minimum GPA of 6.0 Finish high school with year 12 minimum GPA of 6.0 Finish high school with year 12 minimum GPA of 6.0 Finish high school with year 12 minimum GPA of 8.0
Study duration 1 year 1-2 years 2 years 3-4 years

Fees and expenses

How to apply?

Take advantage of special offers and full support services when you submit your application to study in Melbourne through RMIT in Vietnam:

Free consultation on your student visa application

Shortened time to receive the admission letter

Consultation about the study plan and student applications

Scholarships valued at 20 percent of the tuition fee for Vietnamese students

With advice from RMIT’s specialists, you can get a better understanding of life in Melbourne

Join the ‘Information Day: Preparation for study abroad journey’

Take part in workshops for cooking and making coffee to get ready for an independent life and part-time work in cafes

Join a one-day campus tour and introduction session with RMIT representatives in Melbourne

Connect with Vietnamese students in Melbourne through social media groups


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