Change of Preference Expo

We want to help you and your mates celebrate finishing Year 12 and help you through any questions around changing your preferences!

Come down to our expo and explore the RMIT City Campus.

At this event, you will be able to:

  • Tour the City Campus:
    Tours will run for approximately 30 minutes and there will be a chance to ask your student ambassador tour guide on any questions you might have about the campus and student life at RMIT University.
  • Speak to one of our team about your 2022 study options:
    Our friendly team is available to help you through change of preference and discuss all different study and pathway options!
  • Enjoy free food, good tunes and some lawn games!

Find out more at the event.

We can't wait to have you on campus, register for your preferred time slot!

RMIT University vaccination requirements for staff, students, and visitors:

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our RMIT community and to minimise the risk of COVID-19, all people attending on-campus classes or activities are required to have received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or have a recognised medical exemption. Find out more about our COVID safety procedures.

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