Bachelor, associate degree and honours programs
How much you’ll pay will depend on whether you’re offered a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) or a full-fee paying place. All undergraduate degrees have Commonwealth supported places (CSP) available, except the AD023 Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots) program, which is full-fee only. Financial assistance is available to eligible students regardless of the type of place you enrol in.
Fees for Commonwealth supported students
Student contribution band by course (subject)Calculating tuition fees for Commonwealth supported students
About Commonwealth supported places
Anyone enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place is considered to be a Commonwealth supported student.
Find out moreAbout Commonwealth supported places
Fees for domestic full-fee students
After students enrol, they are sent an invoice for the amount they need to pay for their program fees and other expenses.Calculating tuition fees for domestic full-fee students
Calculating EFTSL (study load)
At RMIT each course is allocated a weight in credit points that is used to calculate EFTSL (Effective Full-time Student Load).
See moreCalculating EFTSL (study load)