Midyear intake 2022

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Frequently asked questions for midyear applications

Got questions about midyear entry requirements, application dates or online enabled learning? Your most frequently asked questions about midyear intake are answered below. 

Midyear intake is open from 1 May. The application deadline for timely applications is 31 May. Applications will continue to be accepted for some programs after this date, however they are subject to close at any time after the official application deadline.

The learning experience at RMIT will continue to be blended, so you can learn flexibly through digital content, enjoy many opportunities to interact with others and experience the amazing specialist equipment and spaces that RMIT has to offer.

Digital learning will be a core part of every student’s experience at RMIT. This may be in the form of readings, videos or other kinds of learning materials that you can access on demand via Canvas as you learn at your own pace. 

You’ll also have lots of opportunities to have meaningful interactions with your teachers and fellow students via face-to-face timetabled classes such as lectorials, tutorials, practicals and workshops. Your assessments will be authentic, practical and relevant to your future work. There will be no face-to-face exams unless there is a professional accreditation requirement in your program.

As we continue to be disrupted by COVID-19, where necessary, some courses and programs will still have online class options so that students unable to come to campus can keep learning. If government advice no longer allows learning activities to take place on campus, you will also continue learning online or be offered an alternative option appropriate for your course. 

Your application process will depend on the course you're interested in. If you know which course you want to apply for, you can search for it here, and then click the Apply button once you're on the page. The apply page for each course contains information about midyear application dates, entry requirements and what you need to start the application process.

Looking for step-by-step application guides for domestic students, as well as helpful videos when applying for your certificate, diploma or degree? Visit the student application page below!

Wherever possible, we have reworked our course content to allow for online teaching. 

If you are unable to attend campus in Semester 1 2022 due to ongoing travel restrictions or legitimate personal circumstances, you will either be offered the option to take equivalent online activities or complete activities on campus at a future date. 

RMIT is committed to ensuring no students are disadvantaged regardless of how and where they study. However, students should be aware that if they cannot attend campus, this may result in delays to their progression and program completion.

Yes. RMIT are training people for priority jobs that are in-demand and creating opportunities for individuals to reskill in industries that are most likely to be in-demand in the post-COVID-19 economy. You may be eligible to study a hands-on vocational course for free or low tuition fees under the Free TAFE or JobTrainer programs.

If you want to change your career direction, advance to a management role, build on your skill set or create a valuable network of industry connections, postgraduate study will give you the tools you need to lead what’s next.

If you’d like to upskill for an in-demand industry, return to study after a break, learn about a field you’ve always been interested in or build real-world experience with leading organisations, undergraduate study will help you make the leap into what’s next.

Every RMIT program has its own specific set of entry requirements during the admissions dates. To be selected you need to meet the entry requirements as outlined on the program page as part of the application assessment.

 

Yes! Students who are studying at another university or institution can apply to study at RMIT and may be eligible to receive credit for previous study.

Some programs only take applicants with advanced standing at midyear. This means you must have already completed a certain amount of time or have completed tertiary qualification in the same or relevant discipline. To find out more about opportunities to transfer from one RMIT program to another, or how previous study may be acknowledged, explore our pathways.

Many programs are offered at midyear. To find out which courses are open for midyear enrolment, select your interest area (for example, business), and then select the program you are interested in studying. By clicking on the Apply button, you will see if there is a midyear intake in July.

Every year the availability of programs offered for midyear enrolment changes depending on a number of variables. If your program is not available during the offer dates then you can apply for any other program that is available, or apply for Semester 1 (February intake).

Taking a campus tour is a great way to see what RMIT has to offer, as well as hearing from current RMIT students about their experiences.  

Every Wednesday from 3 – 4pm, the friendly team at Study@RMIT is running a series of free, 30-minute tours at the Melbourne City campus facilities and resources.  

Can’t make it onto campus but keen to see the facilities? We’ve got you. Check out our virtual campus tours to get familiar with your soon-to-be surroundings.

Georgina Lewis, RMIT graduate, smiling, outside on RMIT Campus, Bowen Street, Melbourne

Open up opportunities with a government funded short course in Semester 2, 2022

RMIT is offering a range of graduate certificates with commonwealth government support.

In as little as six months, you will learn practical skills and gain an understanding of your chosen career path.

Why start studying midyear?

Blended learning

With a focus on community, connection and collaboration, RMIT is delivering courses online and on campus, so you can gain a range of practical learning experience.

Upskill at midyear, be job-ready sooner

RMIT is ranked #1 in Australia for graduate employment. Our students learn in state-of-the-art facilities with industry leaders like Microsoft, the NGV and Deloitte.

Start now to prepare for your future work

Without needing to wait for the start of the year, get ahead with courses designed alongside industry and graduate with the practical skills required for the workforce.

Graduate Employment Rate, QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022

 

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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.

aboriginal flag
torres strait flag

Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.