How to apply - study full degree in Vietnam

Thank you for applying to RMIT University Vietnam. Please check the entry requirements for your programs and then follow the steps below to join us!

Offers will be based on academic merit (Year 12 or equivalent). You should apply using the preferential system, nominating your choice of programs on the application form in order of preference. First preferences cannot be guaranteed.
Students who do not receive an offer for the initial intake may be considered for subsequent intakes.

If you wish to apply for academic credit for previous studies you should contact the RMIT Vietnam International Office for further details: international@rmit.edu.vn

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

How to apply

Download and complete the application form

Gather certified copies of your qualifications and other important documents:

Required supporting documents are:

  • Relevant academic transcripts
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Passport photo

Pay the application fee (85 USD ~ 2,000,000 VND ) into our bank account:

Bank: ANZ Vietnam HCMC Branch

  • Account name: RMIT UNIVERSITY VIETNAM LLC
  • Account No. (USD Account): 310178-8
  • Bank address: ANZ Bank (Vietnam) Ltd, 39 Le Duan Street, District 1, HCMC, Vietnam 
  • SWIFT Code: ANZBVNVX472

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

 

Sign and send a copy of the completed Offer Acceptance Form and a receipt of payment in one email to international.students@rmit.edu.vn. You will receive a confirmation email from the International student recruitment team.

Pay your deposit as per instructions on the Offer Letter and send a copy of receipt to international.students@rmit.edu.vn. Please make sure to follow the instructions on the form exactly, as this will expedite the next steps

RMIT Vietnam will prepare invitation letter for you.

The visa letter is a confirmation of enrolment. You must nominate a visa pickup location (Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in a country) in your application you MUST collect the visa at your nominated  Vietnam Embassy/Consulate.

Get set!

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. For information about support services for international students, please contact directly: 
international.students@rmit.edu.vn

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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.