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If you don't have a TFN yet, you can still complete the eCAF form.  

You will need to get a; 
OR
In section D of the eCAF form select;

I have a 'Certificate of Application for a TFN' (you will then be able to attach your document)

Note: You will still need to provide your TFN to Student Connect before the census date to finalise your loan application.

To apply for a HELP loan or VET Student Loan follow the steps outlined here.

You can then confirm that you have been approved for the loan by logging in to Enrolment Online
  • Select My student record
  • under Financial details, select View Commonwealth assistance approval letter.
Note: Don't forget to check your eligibility for SA-HELP to cover your student services and amenities fee (SSAF).

If financial issues are affecting your studies, you can get support by meeting with a Student Support Advisor.

Find out where to go for financial support. Also learn about how to manage everything to do with money, from income to budgeting, to managing debt.

There are initiatives and assistance options available to you in times of need. For more information, please click here.

Due to the current high volumes in Student Hardship Applications, wait times to receive an outcome to your application are longer than usual. You can get the latest updates here.

Please Note: This application is only available to currently enrolled students.

To be eligible for Student Hardship Assistance, you must provide sufficient information and evidence in PDF format that demonstrate a one-off financial assistance will alleviate direct and related negative impacts to study. 

Applying does not guarantee that it will be approved and, if your application is granted, the approved amount may vary from your request.   

If your application is approved, it can take up to ten working days for the money to be available in your account once you have confirmed that your bank account details in myRMIT are up to date.

You can confirm you have been approved for a government loan by logging in to Enrolment Online
  • Select My student record
  • under Financial details, select View Commonwealth assistance approval letter.

If you are an international student and 
  • you have not yet enrolled
OR 
  • you are in the first semester of a program.

If you are a domestic or continuing international student, please complete the Domestic and international refund form.

To be eligible for a fee concession you must meet the eligibility criteria and apply by following these steps.

Note: You must apply each academic year and your application must be submitted before the start date of your first scheduled class.

You will receive an email from the government with your unique login information for each loan you wish to apply for. This email will be sent to your RMIT student email account. Follow the instructions carefully to complete your loan application. 

If you can't find the email, check your spam folder - if it's not there, get in touch with us.

Each time you add or drop a course you will receive an updated invoice. You can download "Your tax invoice explained" for information on how to read and understand your invoice.

Your invoice will list fee due dates as well as recommended payment methods. 

The easiest way to pay is online.
  1. Check that your browser settings allow pop-ups (how to allow pop-ups in Chrome)

  2. Log in to Enrolment Online
    • Go to My Student Record
    • Click View Account/Pay Fees
    • Click Pay by Credit Card (a new window will appear to enter credit card details)
For more ways to pay go here.

A number of international students are currently unable to attend our Australian campuses due to current Australian border restrictions. To support these students with their studies, we have created the RMIT International Tuition Fee Bursary

The bursary is a 10% reduction of tuition fees for full-fee paying international students who are unable to travel to Australia due to current border restrictions. The bursary is only available to students undertaking units of study from the start of Semester 2 2021 to the end of Semester 1 2022 including Spring, Summer and flexible term enrolments within this timeframe. The bursary will only cover tuition fees, it will not apply to other fees or services such as SSAF. 

You can get in touch with us for any other fee-related questions.
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