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Your guide to what's next

We’re here to help and guide you through your RMIT journey, no matter where you’re at. Explore our hands-on courses and discover the next step towards your dream degree.

Discover what your dream course is by browsing RMIT’s hands-on, industry-connected courses to see how you can own what’s next.

The courses that you find here could inform your VTAC preference selections, so keep them in mind when the time comes.

Once you’ve narrowed down your top courses, make sure you check the course entry requirements and prerequisites.  Some courses have a specific ATAR requirement, while others require you to have completed certain VCE subjects. It’s also good to familiarise yourself with any selection tasks for your course, such as folio submissions. The entry requirements for your degree can be found on the RMIT course page. 

If you are worried you may not meet the entry requirements, or aren’t going to have an ATAR, it’s important to know that there are lots of other ways into university, for example an RMIT pathways option. 

Pathways are alternate ways to get into a course by completing a hands-on certificate or diploma (also known as a TAFE course) before transferring into your dream undergraduate degree. They are a great way to land that perfect course, even if you don’t meet the course entry requirements.  

You can search for an easy pathway to the course of your choice with our handy Pathways Finder.

If you want to find out a bit more about RMIT’s next-level facilities and courses, keep an eye out for the next RMIT Open Day. What better way to learn about your future study than to walk the halls and talk to lecturers yourself?

As the year progresses, keep in mind the key VTAC selection dates, then the Change of Preference dates later in the year. Change of Preference gives you a chance to alter your course preferences before receiving an official offer from a university.

Once you’ve got your offer from RMIT, it’s time to kick back and wait for Semester 1. In the meantime, keep an eye on the RMIT key dates and events.

Whether you’re choosing VTAC preferences or want more information about pathways options, we are here to help. Contact us to find out more about what RMIT has to offer!

Start simple – figure out what your ideal job is! While this may seem like a simple concept it can be surprisingly hard to figure out if you’re not sure where to start.

There can be a lot to consider and that may be overwhelming, but don’t worry. RMIT has many services and tools that can help Year 10 and 11s explore their options.

For Year 10s the next step is selecting the VCE subjects that you’ll study in Year 11 and 12. It is worth doing a bit of research into what university course can help you achieve that dream career. You can start this process by browsing the options at RMIT.

Depending on the course that you want to study in university, your VCE subjects may act as prerequisites. 

A prerequisite is a class or subject that you need to complete in order to be eligible for entry into a certain university course. Prerequisites are required in some courses to ensure that you have the appropriate level of understanding in a field before studying it at a university level.  

If you need some tips on choosing your VCE subjects, check out our guide to choosing your subjects.

By exploring your options early, you can make sure you meet the entry requirements for that perfect uni course.

If you aren’t going to have an ATAR at the end of high school it’s important to know that there are lots of other ways into university, such as an RMIT pathways option. 

Pathways are alternate ways to get into a course by completing a hands-on certificate or diploma (also known as a TAFE course) before transferring into your dream undergraduate degree. They are a great way to land that perfect course, even if you don’t meet the course entry requirements.  

You can search for an easy pathway to the course of your choice with our handy Pathways Finder.

Once you’ve narrowed down what you want to study after high school, you can tailor your current high school study to your future with your VCE subject selections.

It’s never too soon to get immersed in what’s available at RMIT. Keep an eye out for the next RMIT Open Day, where you’ll be able to check out our facilities and find out more about courses.

You may have a lot of questions about what’s next and we are here to provide answers. Contact us to find out more about what RMIT has to offer!

Help your teen find their dream course by browsing RMIT’s hands-on, industry-connected courses and researching all their options.

Considering courses early can help your teen decide on their VTAC preference selections during Year 12 or their VCE subject selection in Year 10.

Once you and your teen have narrowed down a course, make sure to check the entry requirements and prerequisites for the degrees they’re interested in. The requirements for each degree can be found on their course page on the RMIT site.

Do you and your teen want to learn more about RMIT’s facilities and courses in-person? Keep an eye out for the next RMIT Open Day where you’ll be able to walk the halls together and find out everything from course details to info about lectures.

Want to consider some options that don’t require an ATAR? There are plenty of ways into university that don’t require the perfect exam result, for example an RMIT pathways option. 

Pathways are alternate ways to get into a course. They can help your teen achieve their study goals, even if they don’t meet the course requirements for an undergraduate course. 

You can search for a pathway to their dream course with our handy Pathways Finder.

Contact us to find out more about what RMIT has to offer. We’ve also got some handy resources for parents if you are looking to find out more about how to support your teen in their uni journey.

As the year progresses keep in mind the key VTAC selection dates, then the Change of Preference dates later in the year. Change of Preference gives your teen a chance to alter their course preferences before receiving an official offer from a university.

Once they’ve received their offer from RMIT, it’s time to celebrate. In the lead up to Semester 1, keep an eye on the RMIT key dates and events.

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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.