This information will assist you to review your eligibility and to prepare your application for a research program at RMIT University.
RMIT University offers research programs at both masters and doctoral (PhD) levels. On average, the duration to complete a PhD is 4 years full time (or 8 years part time) and masters by research is 2 years full time (or 4 years part time). International applicants on a student visa must enrol full time.
RMIT offers a range of scholarships to support you through your candidature, which are made available through regular scholarship rounds.
All applicants are strongly advised to start the application process well in advance of their intended commencement and/or advertised application deadlines.
Step 1: Check your eligibility
RMIT admits applicants on the basis of their demonstrated capacity to conduct independent research.Step 1: Check your eligibility
Step 2: Identify your research topic
Identify your research topic through one of these methods to ensure alignment with RMIT's identified research strengths.Step 2: Identify your research topic
Step 3: Apply for admission and scholarship
Once you have checked your eligibility and identified your research topic you’re ready to prepare and submit your application.Step 3: Apply for admission and scholarship