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C-19 study: Learn online now and on campus later
Find out how we’re helping you continue to go to uni during COVID-19. See Flexible study options.

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With a range of postgraduate, undergraduate and vocational courses, it’s easy to find the course for you.

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Gain a postgrad qualification in as little as 6 months

  • Discover the full range of Graduate Certificates
  • Government discounts available in some fields
  • 12 month Graduate Diplomas also available

Free TAFE for priority courses

The Victorian Government has selected RMIT to offer select Free TAFE courses online in 2020 as part of the Working for Victoria initiative. Prepare for success through practical industry training, global study opportunities and innovative programs at a future-focused university.

Online learning during COVID

For courses opened for semester two (midyear intake), classes will be delivered online. This means no matter where in the world you are, you will be able to study with us for the duration of the semester.

For subjects that require learning activities that can't be completed online including labs, specialist classes and research activities, RMIT will support you in completing your practical work and provide make-up classes at a later date, or in a future semester when you are able to safely return to campus.

As Government advice changes, we may return activities, such as tutorials, to campus. If that happens, and you’re not here, RMIT will support you to continue your studies remotely.

Stay Connected

We’re running a series of online events over the coming months to deliver all the information you need to know to start midyear 2020.

Preparing for the future job market: how to upskill in 6 months

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Wondering how to get job ready for the evolving landscape of your industry? In this webinar, discover how fast-tracked upskilling can get you there.

Shape what’s next: Leap into senior business leadership with an Exec. MBA

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Thinking about doing an Executive MBA? Take the next step and move up in your career with an industry-connected degree centred around design thinking, run by one of the largest business schools in the Asia Pacific: RMIT University.

RMIT Technology Matters series: Future of Health and Social Care. What's next…

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Join us for a live webinar and learn how emerging technologies are shaping what's next in social care and health.

A modern education awaits

Thinking about studying an MBA?

RMIT MBA students develop the capabilities, knowledge and tools to be successful in any industry or entrepreneurial venture around the world. Here are six good reasons to do your MBA at RMIT. Learn more

Be at the forefront of Digital Media

The Diploma of Digital Media Technologies opens doors to careers in user experience design, art direction, animation and more. With the increasing number of screens we interact with daily, this course provides the skills you need to become a digital professional. Learn more 

An engineering degree designed by industry

Getting your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) at RMIT not only qualifies you to be a professional problem solver, we also help you decide which field of engineering to specialise in and put you in touch with the industry connections you need to start your career. Learn more

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Returning to study?

Find out what you need to know about going to university. From the lingo to the application process, this guide will help you get started on your learning journey.

FAQs for Midyear Applications

If you have more questions about applying at midyear, head to our FAQs section to learn how you can start your studies in July.

Course options for all levels of study

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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.