Selection tasks (also known as selection requirements) are tasks that you are required to do in addition to your application for some RMIT programs.
Selection tasks help RMIT consider your capacity to succeed in programs in art, design and other disciplines where an ATAR or grade point average might not tell the whole story about your creativity, skills and passions.
Please note: A number of courses are still accepting late applications throughout the change of preference period for selection tasks. See which ones here.
To complete your selection tasks, follow these steps.
Where you are required to submit an online selection task, you will be advised of the next steps in the selection process.
After you have completed a selection task some RMIT programs will send you an email to update you on the outcome of that task. The advisory email will indicate whether you are likely to be made an offer in a program based on your performance in the selection task.
More information about selection tasks and ATARs
For most programs with selection tasks, ATAR is not considered as part of the selection process. Your eligibility for entry into these programs will be based on your performance in the selection task/s and meeting any prerequisites.
For a small number of programs, ATAR is considered as part of the application but is not the primary selection criteria. ATAR is used to rank applicants who have been assessed equally in the selection task/s, or is combined with the outcome of the selection task. To see which programs take ATAR into consideration, please view the selection criteria in the VTAC course information and the RMIT program information.
More information and advice about completing your selection task/s is available from Info Corner.
If you are submitting a task online, you will find Help & Support articles to guide you through the submission process.