Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at RMIT University. Follow these steps to accept your offer.
You can accept your offer online through iApply.
If you are under 18 years of age, see How to Accept for Under 18 students.
If you are a sponsored student or a scholarship recipient see How to Accept for Sponsored students.
Are you in Melbourne?
Visit us at Info Corner to receive a CoE on the spot.
Accept your offer through iApply
- Log in to iApply.
- Select the program(s) you want to accept
- Choose your Overseas Student Health Cover arrangements and
- Pay your deposit, (includes tuition deposit and if applicable, OSHC and ELICOS enrolment fee).
You will need to log in to iApply with the email address used on your RMIT application. Your RMIT agent cannot accept the offer on your behalf. If you need to change the email address or have any questions about using iApply, get in touch through the Admissions Helpdesk.
We recommend using Google Chrome to access iApply.
Your acceptance will not be processed until you have made full payment of your deposit. The deposit should include your tuition deposit, and if applicable, your OSHC and ELICOS enrolment fee.
If paying by Telegraphic transfer you will need to upload your receipt in iApply.
There are three options to pay your deposit:
After you accept your offer
You will receive an email notification to let you know we have received your acceptance.
If you plan to apply for a Student Visa, you will need a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). The CoE will be available through iApply once your acceptance is processed. This can take up to five working days.You will receive a notification once your CoE is available iApply.
Depending on your situation you may need to submit additional documents to receive your CoE.
If you have a conditional offer, you will need to meet all the conditions listed on your offer letter before we can issue a CoE. You can submit the additional documents required through iApply.
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