This information is for Vietnamese students who are graduating from a local school, and for future students who have international qualifications and are intending to study full-time at RMIT University Vietnam.
If you are an international student who wants to study in Vietnam for one or two semesters, please find out more here.
If you are studying at a local Vietnamese university and you would like to apply to transfer your degree to RMIT, please contact our Student Recruitment Team, as you may be able to transfer academic credit to your new RMIT program.
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 in a study area that interests you.
Please contact the RMIT Vietnam Student Recruitment team for more information.
Your application will be assessed in line with RMIT’s policies and procedures. If you are successful, you will receive an offer letter. You can then accept your offer by following the instructions in your offer letter.
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 Student Recruitment team.