To get into an RMIT University program you must satisfy the entry requirements, which include:
University entry requirements
RMIT University admits students on the basis of their demonstrated capacity to succeed and sets minimum entry requirements for each level of study (e.g. diploma or bachelor degree), including:
- the minimum age requirement
- the minimum English language requirement, and
- the academic entry requirements.
You can view academic entry requirements for each level of study:
- Apprenticeships, traineeships and preparatory
- Diplomas and certificates
- Undergraduate degrees
- Postgraduate by coursework
- Postgraduate by research
A complete list of all the University entry requirements is published in the Selection and Admission procedure under the heading University entry requirements.
If you are unsure whether you meet the University entry requirements, please contact Info Corner.
Program entry requirements
Every RMIT program has its own specific set of entry requirements.
Selection tasks (extra requirements)
For some programs you need to complete selection tasks as part of your application. In the VTAC guide these are referred to as extra requirements.
Selection tasks might include:
- attending an interview
- submitting a portfolio
- completing a supplementary information form or pre-selection kit.
Note: it is very important that you complete any selection tasks by the specified deadline or you will not be considered for entry into your chosen program.