RMIT University is one of Australia's original higher education institutions and is ranked as one of the world’s leading universities. We're considered a global leader in the areas of Art and Design; Architecture; Education; Engineering; Development; Computer Science and Information Systems; Business and Management; and Communication and Media Studies.
When you study at RMIT, you will have the opportunity to take your studies overseas, work with leading industry partners, learn from the best teachers and lecturers who are experts in their fields and develop skills with practical placement.
As a student you will experience an education which prepares you for success, exposes you to new ideas and equips you with skills and knowledge to excel in your chosen career.
You will be joining a diverse, vibrant and welcoming university filled with social, cultural, sporting and recreation activities to make your student journey to be one to remember.
As a student, you'll have access to a range of activities and events that will make you feel at home, help you make friends, and provide you with you an experience you'll never forget.
Whether you’re into music, culture, politics, sports or academic pursuits, RMIT has over 100 clubs, societies and collectives where you can meet new people and develop new skills.
Contribute to the RMIT community, gain leadership experience and boost your career prospects. Mentor a student, run a club, lead a community project or volunteer at an event.
We’re here to help you access all the information you need to apply to study at RMIT, please select whether you are a local or international student
RMIT considers you a local student if you are:
• a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, or
• a New Zealand citizen, or
• a Temporary Protection visa (TPV) holder.
RMIT considers you an international student if you are:
• intending to study on a student visa, or
• not a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, or
• not a New Zealand citizen, or
• not a Temporary Protection visa (TPV) holder.
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