Thinking of postgraduate study with RMIT? We're here to help answer questions you have about studying with us.
The following information applies to local student applications. International students should make an enquiry for information on how to apply for postgraduate study.
What are the entry requirements?
Generally you will need a bachelor degree to study a Postgraduate program, however you can gain entry into some programs based on professional experience which will be assessed as part of your application.
You can refer to the individual program page for specific information about entry requirements.
How do I apply?
You can apply for a majority of programs directly through the RMIT website. Timely applications close November 10, 2015 however you can still submit a late application after this date if places are available.
Find out more about completing your application for postgrad.
Please note, applications for graduate entry teaching programs are made through VTAC.
How are classes delivered?
Most programs run both full time and part time to suit your needs. Classes are available in the evening and online study may also be available.
You can refer to the individual program page for specific information about program delivery.
Can I get credit or exemptions?
Depending on your previous studies and experience you could be eligible for credit and/or exemptions towards your program. This may reduce the amount of time it takes to graduate
For further information visit Credit transfer and recognition of prior learning.
What are the fees?
Fees are determined by the amount of units you complete each semester. Most units are priced between $2,000 and $4,000. If you are an Australian Citizen, you can apply for FEE-HELP which enables you to defer your fees.
Contact Info Corner for all postgraduate student enquiries. Our advisors will help you get the answers you need.