The Australian Technology Network of Universities

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) brings together the most innovative and enterprising universities in Australia.

Thanks to this network, RMIT Vietnam students are able to apply to spend a semester at one of our ATN university partners:

Curtin University (WA)

University of Technology Sydney (NSW)

Queensland University of Technology (QLD)

University of South Australia (SA)

Program duration: 1 semester


In order to participate in the ATN Program, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled in a RMIT Bachelor or Master program
  • Complete a minimum number of credit points at the time of application closes:
    • For Bachelor students: Have completed at least 2 semesters of full time studies (72-96 credit points) for a Bachelor degree at RMIT
    • For Master students: Have completed at least 1 semester of full time studies (36-48 credit points) for a Master degree at RMIT
  • Achieve a minimum GPA of 2.5/4.0 at the time of application closes
  • Be 18 years of age or over at time of application

More information about the program and application process can be found here.

Important dates & Deadlines

  Semester 1 - 2024 Semester 2 - 2024
Study plan submission to Student Connect (*) 4 May 2023 19 October 2023 
Mobi application opens 15 March 2023 01 August 2023
Mobi application closes (**) 15 June 2023 30 November 2023


(*) Study plan must be submitted to Student Connect for approval at least 6 weeks prior to the Mobi application deadline. 

(**) Application will be closed by 11:59 pm (Melbourne time)

Please follow the steps below to register for the ATN Program to a partner university of RMIT:

Global Experience Information Sessions will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the registration process for Global Mobility programs. Attending an information session is compulsory if you are planning on registering for ATN program.

Look out for emails from Global Mobility Team and follow our RMIT Vietnam Global Experience Facebook page for more updates on our information sessions.

You need to select one of the four RMIT ATN partners as your host institution.

To check if the partners offer courses that match with your program at RMIT Vietnam, please click here for Academic Information of RMIT ATN partners.

What to consider when selecting your preferred host institution? 

While selecting the preferred host institution for your ATN study, please ensure you have considered the following:

  • You meet the eligibility criteria for the ATN Program
  • The host institution offers sufficient courses that are available to ATN students in your study area, in the semester(s) that you will be studying at their campus.
  • The host institution offers courses in English or in a language of instruction for which you are eligible
  • The host institution offers additional services that you require; for example, disability support
  • The host country’s climate, culture, geographical situation, language(s) spoken and political situation
  • The estimated cost of living in your host country for the duration of your ATN study
  • The host institution offers accommodation options and/or services that suit your lifestyle and needs
  • Whether you can meet your academic, personal and professional goals during your ATN study if you attend this institution; for example, add a minor to your program/complete an internship and/or learn a new language and/or travel to other places etc.

Make sure you have researched and are happy with your choice of host institution before registering your interest.

In order to ensure that you have room in your program structure and to effectively research potential institutions, we recommend following the below steps:

  • Check your RMIT program structure
    • In order to determine how far you have progressed in your program and what courses you have remaining, consult with your Senior Student Advisor (Student Connect) and your Program Coordinator about how an ATN Program can fit into your current RMIT program structure.
    • It is possible to take courses at a host institution to meet the requirements of core courses, program electives or general electives.
  • Save your electives
    • Remember: Using general electives will reduce the complexity of your registration and increase the chances of your study plan being approved
  • Print the Study Plan (PDF, 403KB, 1p), read thoroughly the Study Plan guide to complete your Study Plan.
  • Reach out to Senior Student Advisors at Student Connect for advice on Study Plan and course selection to match your program structure
  • Complete and submit your Study Plan to Student Connect for the process of getting academic approval by the deadlines above.
    • Note: the standard study load for an academic semester is 48 RMIT credit points
    • We recommend you seek approval for a minimum equivalent of 60 RMIT credits in order to have some back-up options in case some courses are not available upon arrival at the host institution.
    • Credit equivalency of ATN Exchange partners is as below:

ATN Exchange Partner

Equivalent to 48 RMIT Credit Points

Equivalent to 12 RMIT Credit Points


24 UTS Credit Points

6 UTS Credit Points


18 UniSA units

4.5 UniSA units


48 QUT Credits

12 QUT Credits

Curtin University

100 Curtin Credits

25 Curtin Credits

  • You need to attach Course Guide/Course Description of the subjects that you want to take at the host institution to your Study Plan.
  • Student Connect will update you once your Study Plan is approved by Academics
  • Submit your finalised and approved Study Plan to Mobi by the application deadlines mentioned in this page.
  • To register for ATN and submit your host institution preference, please create an account on Mobi, RMIT’s online application portal.
  • Once you have created an account on Mobi, please log in and complete your registration for ATN program with your approved Study Plan by the deadlines mentioned above.

Note: Application will be closed by 11:59 pm (Melbourne time)

  • Following the ATN registration deadline, RMIT Global Experiences will assess your ATN registration and nominate you to a suitable host institution within two weeks.
  • You will receive your nomination via Mobi by the decision dates mentioned in this page.
  • Please note that a nomination by RMIT Global Experiences is not an acceptance by the host institution. Acceptance by the host institution depends on your submission of a finalized and approved study plan, and successful application to the host institution as per our instructions.

Accept or withdraw your nomination

To accept our nomination, you must login to Mobi and choose ‘Accept’ your ATN Program nomination. Once you have accepted your nomination, you can take the following steps.


Register and attend an individual ATN advising session

To assist you with completing your study plan, please register for an individual advising session with Global Mobility Team at room 1.3.08 (SGS Campus) or 1.1.6 (Hanoi Campus).

Global Mobility Team will meet with you individually to discuss the following items:

  • Information about host institution
  • Information about host destination
  • Next steps in the process


Book your one-to-one consultation here!

The Global Experiences team will provide you with specific application instructions for your nominated host institution. You will receive these instructions via Mobi after you are nominated for the program.

Following your application to your nominated host institution, your host institution will send notification of the outcome of your application, either to RMIT Global Experiences Office or directly to you. If the latter, please notify RMIT Global Experiences of the outcome of your application.

Only once you have received your official acceptance from the host institution, you should make further travel arrangements, including flights and visas.

Pre-departure Session are facilitated by RMIT staffs, Global Experience Peer Advisors and Global Experience Ambassadors.

The session is a great way to prepare for your global experience – it combines advice and first-hand experience from returned students, with tips and strategies from experts on your health for coping with the initial culture shock or unexpected situations.

There is an opportunity to address specific questions to the returned student panel at the end of the session.