Don't meet the entry requirements? There is more than one way to get to your degree of choice at RMIT.
Pathways provide opportunities for students to complete one program and then move into another. It's a way of getting into the program you want, even if you can't meet the entry level requirements straight away.
For example, if you already meet the academic results for your preferred program but need to improve your level of English, you might take up the option to study an RMIT English Worldwide language program.
If you need to improve your academic results you could consider completing either RMIT's VCE or Foundation Studies programs.
Different levels of study at RMIT allow you to explore more than one way of getting the qualification you're aiming for.
For example, if you complete a certificate, diploma or associate degree qualification, it may be credited towards a degree.
On the other hand, if you only partly completed a degree, you may be able to have it accredited to a diploma or advanced diploma.
Find out more about your pathway options below.
Foundation studies is designed for international students as a pathway to further university study.Find out more Foundation Studies
High school - VCE
Gain your secondary school certificate at RMIT. The Victorian Certificate of Education is recognised throughout Australia as a university entry qualification.STUDY HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATE High school - VCE
Study English language
Reach the level of English you need to gain direct entry to RMIT with an English for Academic Purposes course.STUDY ENGLISH LANGUAGE Study English language
Gain practical skills you need for excellent job prospects and credits towards RMIT University degrees.CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS Vocational education