Study abroad in Vietnam

Study abroad at RMIT Vietnam and experience an unforgettable semester in Asia. Our beautiful Hanoi and Saigon South campuses offer clean, green environments and expansive study spaces.

What is 'Study Abroad'?

If your university does not have an exchange agreement with RMIT you can still join us in RMIT Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi) for one (three months) or two trimesters (6 months) on a Study Abroad program. You will be immersed in the RMIT experience by studying alongside full time degree students from across the world.

The subjects that you study at RMIT can be credited towards your degree if they have been approved by your home institution.

What is a GAP year?

If you have just finished high school and would like a taste of what it is like to study in Australia, but don’t know what career path you want to take, you can join us for a one or two trimesters GAP year at RMIT. 

Courses are only available in:

  • business IT and logistics
  • economics, finance and marketing
  • management
  • engineering

What can I study?

Design your own program

You can design your own Study Abroad program by selecting courses from across any of RMIT University’s disciplines, as long as you have the necessary prerequisites.

RMIT offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

What does it cost?

A full package tuition fee for the Study Abroad program at RMIT Vietnam is USD 6,000 per trimester.

The fee includes 4 courses per trimester and compulsory international student medical insurance, it does not include international and domestic travel, accommodation and meals, living costs.

The fee remains the same regardless of whether you enroll in 36 credit points (3 courses) or 48 credit points (4 courses) for a trimester.

Virtual Campus tour

Explore the world-class facilities of our campuses via the virtual campus tour:

You can contact our registered study abroad representatives in your country:

How to apply

1. Find your program

Use our course search to find out what we offer

2. Check your eligibility

Entry requirements for Incoming Study Abroad students

3. Steps to apply

A step-by-step guide on how to apply for study abroad program

4. Submit your application

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Contact RMIT Vietnam international office

For further information please email our friendly team at to find out more.