How to apply - study full degree in Vietnam

This information is for international students (non-Vietnamese passport holders), who are intending to study full-time at RMIT University Vietnam.

You may also want to find out if we have RMIT representatives in your country.

How to apply

The first step to joining RMIT is to find a program that suits you best. Each RMIT program page includes useful information including career prospects, entry eligibility, and fees. Search for an undergraduate program and postgraduate program in a study area that interests you.

  • To avoid delays in admission processing, please submit a complete set of supporting documents.
  • Fill out the application form and prepare your application package. Download the application checklist for Undergraduate program and Postgraduate program to ensure that you have included all the necessary documents to make your package complete.
  • Please note that documents submitted will not be returned.

Send all forms, verified documents, and application fee receipt to international@rmit.edu.vn

The international student recruitment team will contact you if further information or documentation is required

Please check the payment instruction on how to transfer the fee to RMIT Vietnam.

If your application is successful, you will receive an offer letter. You can then accept your offer by following the instructions.

RMIT will normally advise you on the outcome of your application within 10 business days. If you don't hear back within the time frame above please contact our International Student Recruitment team.

After receiving your deposit payment and offer acceptance form, RMIT Vietnam will prepare a visa invitation letter for you

You must nominate a visa pickup location (Vietnam Embassy/Consulate address), where you will apply for Vietnam student visa. It could be in your home country or elsewhere.

You MUST collect the visa at your nominated Vietnam Embassy/Consulate.

The process of preparing the visa invitation letter could take up to 2 months depending on the Vietnam immigration department timeline.

RMIT Vietnam has three trimesters each year, which commence in February, June, and October.

Our offers are subject to the availability of places in each program and applications to competitive programs may close before published deadlines, international students are recommended to submit their application to RMIT at least 4 - 6 months before the commencement date of each trimester

Please check the important dates (academic calendar) site for more details.

Our International Support team will send three updates to you before your semester start date to allocate buddies, arrange your airport pickup, and help with accommodation.

Please check the available support services for international students here.

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Contact RMIT Vietnam international office

For further information please email our friendly team at international@rmit.edu.vn to find out more.