Studying at RMIT gives you the best chance of succeeding. Our programs are recognised internationally and we offer many opportunities to study and work around the world.
About 55,000 students study a wide range of programs at our three campuses in Melbourne, Australia. The College of Business offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational diplomas at the main Melbourne City campus. Our programs are global in focus and practical in application giving you the skills you need to succeed and lead in a rapidly changing world.
See the programs available for international students at RMIT Melbourne campuses.
Transfer to overseas locations: apply directly to the RMIT overseas campus or educational partner.
Programs and courses at RMIT International University Vietnam are identical to those at RMIT University, Melbourne. Academic staff employed at the Saigon South and Hanoi campuses work in collaboration with academic staff from RMIT University Melbourne to customise the materials that are prepared in Melbourne for offshore delivery. The teaching model at RMIT Vietnam favours small group interaction, face-to-face discussions and tutorial groups, as well as facilitated online and self-directed learning by students.
The College of Business currently offers the following programs at RMIT Vietnam campuses; it is possible for Melbourne-based students to undertake a semester or more of study in Vietnam as part of their enrolment.
- Diploma of Commerce
- Bachelor of Business (Accountancy)
- Bachelor of Business (Business Information Systems)
- Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance)
- Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Master of Business Administration (12 Course)
- MBA (Executive)
Transfer to Vietnam: RMIT students who are currently enrolled in a Melbourne program that is also offered at RMIT Vietnam should apply directly to RMIT Vietnam.
Transfer to Melbourne: RMIT Vietnam students in Hanoi or Saigon South should apply using the RMIT Change of Campus Form.
RMIT Europe will enable the University to further develop collaborative postgraduate programs with key European partners, with particular focus on RMIT’s academic strengths in design, engineering and communication.
RMIT is exploring new collaborative master program opportunities in the following areas to supplement programs currently offered in Europe:
- Urban futures, disaster management and reconstruction, design innovation and technology, business and design thinking
- Broadcast media, digital and social media
- Mechanical, electrical, automotive and aerospace engineering
- Biotechnology and food