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  • Locations: Melbourne, Australia
  • Program Terms: S1 Melb (Feb-Jun), S1&2 Melb (Feb-Nov), S2 Melb (Jul-Nov), S2&1 Melb (Jul-Jun)
  • Restrictions: Non-RMIT applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Campus: RMIT Australia Click here for a definition of this term Minimum age: Applicants must be minimum 18 years old at time of arrival.
Click here for a definition of this term English language: Applicants must meet RMIT's English Language requirements (at time of accepting the RMIT offer) Click here for a definition of this term Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA): Applicants are required to have a minimum cumulative GPA 2.0 or a grade average of 60% (or equivalen
Click here for a definition of this term Partner Nomination: Official nomination from home institution required Click here for a definition of this term Application deadlines: 31 January application closing date for Semester 2 (July December)
Click here for a definition of this term RMIT Study Level: Postgraduate, Undergraduate
Program Description:
 
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This application is only for RMIT Vietnam students applying as a Cross Campus student to RMIT Melbourne


Study overseas for one or two semesters at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia. You will remain enrolled full-time at RMIT University Vietnam while you are away, and you continue to pay your usual tuition fees.

You will remain enrolled full-time at RMIT University Vietnam while you are away, and you continue to pay your usual tuition fees.

Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria in Australia’s south-east. It is a thriving, modern and multicultural city, offering you the chance to explore its many natural and cultural charms. Melbourne’s reputation as the world’s most liveable city attracts visitors from all over the world. A café culture dominates the many streets and laneways, while the natural beauty of the Australian landscape is only a short drive away.

RMIT Melbourne is home to approximately 12,000 international students from more than 100 countries. When you study at RMIT you’re part of a vibrant and welcoming university filled with social, cultural, sporting and recreation activities.
  • Melbourne has been voted the “world’s most liveable city” five years in a row
  • Getting around the city is easy
  • Share with other students and share the fun!

Eligibility

Academic Requirements

If you would like to come to RMIT Melbourne for a Cross-Campus program, you must:
  • Be currently enrolled in a RMIT Bachelor or Master program at RMIT Vietnam
  • 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 2.0/4.0 at the time of application closes.
  • Be 18 years of age or over at time of application

Entry Requirements

Course requirement: Make sure you check the entry requirements, English language requirements, and prerequisites for each course. This information is available under the heading Entry requirements in each program summary.

How to Register for Cross-campus Study to Melbourne

The registration and application process for cross-campus study to Melbourne involves a few steps. Check your eligibility and make sure you fulfil the requirements before applying; be mindful of the application deadlines. Follow the steps to register.


Application Process

Step 1
Have your RMIT Vietnam email address (eg s9876543@rmit.edu.vn) ready to create your Mobi application. Do not use any other email accounts except your RMIT Vietnam email address.

Step 2
Please ensure that you have a scanned copy of your passport and approved study plan which will need to be uploaded online in Mobi. Please also read the Academic Information section below, regarding any further steps based on your current RMIT Vietnam degree.

Feel free to download a copy of the Application steps RMIT Vietnam to RMIT Melbourne to assist you through the application process. The instructions will show you how to create a login (remember to use your RMIT student email from Step 1, as this will help avoid delays and miscommunication).

Step 3
Apply by clicking on the "Apply Now" button on the top right corner of this page.

Step 4
Complete the Inbound Application Questionnaire and student declarations.

Note: You will need to disclose your course selection of your first semester on cross campus.

Step 5
Once the deadline passes, the RMIT Vietnam Mobility Office and RMIT Melbourne Global Experiences team will review your application and contact you with further information and steps.


Academic Information

General Academic Information
  • The maximum amount of courses that will be considered in this application is 6 courses.
  • If you intend to study at RMIT for 2 semesters, please list courses for your first semester of study only.
  • You have the option of selecting core courses or elective courses from your degree program.
  • You can change courses at time of enrolment and orientation at RMIT Melbourne but this will need to be reflected by a new RMIT Vietnam study plan.
  • Please do not select courses that you are already, currently enrolled in and/or will be enrolled in the following semesters after your cross campus program.
  • Check that the course is available in your preferred semester & campus.
  • Courses running for the duration of 1 year are not available for students in a 6 month program.
  • RMIT Melbourne has 3 campuses: City, Brunswick and Bundoora.
    • All courses should be selected from the same campus, however, due to the close proximity of the City and Brunswick campuses, it may be possible to select a mixture of courses.
  • You need to study a full-time on-campus load - Students are required to study a minimum of 36 credit points per semester.
  • Online and distance courses can only make up 25% of your full-time study load (applicable when if you undertake 48 credit point. Note: You cannot be enrolled in an online course if you are studying 36 credit points.

Disclaimer: RMIT Melbourne has the discretion to accept, reject or recommend a student's enrolment. Please note at time of enrolment/cross campus program, the offerings of courses can change without notice (especially in new academic years).
 
It is also important if you change your program at RMIT Vietnam after submitting your application, you need to let RMIT Vietnam Global Experience Office (mobility@rmit.edu.vn) know immediately.

Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) Information
  • The School of Media and Communication at RMIT Melbourne will take into consideration your program structure and assess if prerequisites have been met and course availability.
  • All BP222 Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) students need to have completed all first year core courses at RMIT Vietnam prior to their cross campus program at RMIT Melbourne.
  • The maximum of credit points that the School of Media and Communication will pre-approve per semester is 36 credit points.
  • COMM2695 Media & Comm Internship and COMM2694 Professional Communication Studio are required to be undertaken at RMIT Vietnam.
  • Please ensure you have met the prerequisites when nominating courses in your Mobi application.
  • The School of Media and Communication will endeavour to assess/grant all requests but will offer students alternative course(s) due to availability.
 
Bachelor of Business Information
  • The future of business is changing and so has the Bachelor of Business at RMIT Melbourne.
  • To view any changes, please visit the Program Guides website.
    • This may mean either a course within the program has changed title or being replaced by another course.
  •  We highly recommend reading the RMIT Melbourne Bachelor of Business program page and the program structure before you make your course selections.

Bachelor of Information Technology
  • IT is always dynamic and so is the new program structure of the Bachelor of Information Technology at RMIT Melbourne.
  • To view any changes, please visit the Program Guides website.
    • This may mean either a course within the program has changed title or being replaced by another course.
  • We highly recommend reading the RMIT Melbourne Bachelor of Information Technology program page and the program structure before you make your course selections.

Program Contact
If you have any questions, please contact mobility@rmit.edu.vn.



 
 
 


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.