From 10 November 2022, the student's GPA in OES will be rounded to one decimal place, instead of two decimal places. This change is to align your GPA in Vietnam with those of RMIT Global, thus, avoiding confusion in such activities as verifying student academic records or exchanging with RMIT partners.

Information about the results process, receiving your results and grading.

Semester results are issued by the Registrar in the week before each new semester through official student accounts. It is therefore important to manage your inbox, to ensure you can receive your results. The notification email also contains information about clarifying your performance in a course, seeking reviews and appeals. You should note that there are not only different grade bands but different types of grades; for example, some courses award only an ungraded pass (PX) or a fail (NN).

Cumulative results for your whole period of study at RMIT can also be obtained, by applying for an unofficial transcript of results. Visit Student Connect to do this.

For more information about grading at RMIT, please refer to this web page.