New students

Congratulations, you’ve been offered a place at RMIT University Vietnam.

Check out the step-by-step process below to get started.

Decide to accept or defer your offer

To secure your place you need to either:

  1. Submit the Offer Acceptance Form to Admissions at RMIT University Vietnam by the deadline listed in your offer letter.
  2. Defer the offer by calling or emailing your Student Recruitment Consultant.

 

Prepare to enrol

Follow the instructions in the offer letter to prepare for enrolment:

  1. Pay the non-refundable tuition fee deposit of VND 20,000,000 (Please refer to the payment methods for detailed information on how to pay RMIT fees);
  2. Check the important dates and deadlines in your offer letter; pay attention to the enrolment start date and the commencement date;

Check your email account for your enrolment instructions from RMIT Vietnam’s Registrar and follow the enrolment instructions to enrol.

We have an easy to follow guide to enrolling available that will walk you through the entire process, including what you need to do before, during after enrolment.

Please note: new students of three programs BP318, BP309, BH123 should follow the enrolment instruction that you received via your RMIT mailbox.

The Student Timetabling System (STS) is your portal to all your timetable needs

STS indicates information about critical dates and times related to Student Timetabling.

*Important: 

Students are recommended to access the Student Timetabling System (STS) on Thursday 18 June only during write access time for selected school/campus to avoid overloading the system and a smooth experience for all.

The full STS timetable | Semester 2020-3

Abbreviation:

SBM - School of Business & Management

SCD - School of Communication & Design

SST - School of Science & Technology

*** For ENGL1701, you will be allocated to a class-group by School of English and University Pathway (SEUP) staff.

Introductory video and quick guides

Learn about the student timetabling system (STS) through the introductory video and the quick guides.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions with our FAQ's.

Public Timetable

The public timetable is used to view the scheduled times for all courses offered by RMIT Vietnam. It includes information and locations of lectures, tutorials, labs, classes, etc. Public courses and room timetables are available here. 

For more information visit STS frequently asked questions.

Orientation Day is the official start day of your university life

The event is usually organised one week prior to the start of semester. This is a chance for you to get to know your new home and ready for the exciting journey ahead. You will:

  • Attend school orientation, meet academic lecturers and learn real-life experience from senior students.
  • Get to know available student services (including RMIT Connect, Student Academic Success, Library, Mobility, Wellbeing, Student Life, IT Services, Student Council, Student Clubs) and must-know contact points.
  • Collect essential information about Get ready program and including your Student ID card.
  • Get connected to new friends, lecturers and staff.
  • Get answered your questions related to study program and student life.
  • Equipped with crucial knowledge and skills to get ready to make the most of your student life at RMIT.

Registration for Semester 2, 2020 is now open. Please follow the link to register for the event. Further details will be sent to you by email.

After you complete the enrolment process, start interacting with RMIT! Get to know the essential services available to you;

Need information on IT services? Please access our service portal ServiceNow where you can find user guides or log a request with the ITS team.