All RMIT students must apply to graduate. When you apply, you'll get to choose if you want to graduate at a ceremony or in absentia.
On this page, you will find information about:
1. It is important to update your personal email before the result release day of your last semester. Please contact Student Connect to check and update this information.
2. Three weeks after the results release day, you will receive:
Note: Students completing their programs from October 2022 onwards will automatically be issued a digital SAC via My eQuals along with their completion transcript.
3. Students who are projected to complete their program in semester 3 will receive a graduation application email in December.
You're ready to graduate when you have:
If you receive emails from RMIT Vietnam Graduation department three weeks after the results release day, it means that you are eligible to graduate.
Then continue to Step 3 to select your graduation option and complete your application.
You can select to Graduate in absentia or Attend the ceremony. You can select your option in the Graduation option section on the Enrolment Online portal.
There is only one graduation ceremony per year. The next RMIT Vietnam Graduation Ceremony is currently scheduled for April 2023.
Please note that there is a fee to attend the ceremony. We will update more information closer to the date on the page Attend the ceremony.
To change your name order that will display on your testamur, click on Change name order. You can only choose from the available options in the list and then click OK to apply the change and return to the previous page.
If you would like to change your name order after you submit your application and before your digital testamur is issued, please log your request via Student Connect.
When your digital testamur is issued, you cannot change your name order.
Make sure that your personal details in RMIT's records are correct, especially your personal email address.
If you do not apply to graduate by the deadlines mentioned in the email from RMIT, you will automatically graduate in absentia. In this case, the name order and personal email will be set as default.
If you are not sure about the options, please choose to Attend the Ceremony, you can change your option anytime then.
While waiting for the official certificate, you have the following options as supporting documents for your work/study applications:
Up to 24 hours after you are conferred (in absentia or at the ceremony), your RMIT student credentials, including your student email, Canvas, etc., will be deactivated. This is a legal requirement for RMIT.
Before then, make sure you transfer the contents of your RMIT student emails to your personal email and download any course materials or other important information stored on RMIT systems.