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Did you know?

December round domestic offers are emailed to applicants on Wednesday, 18 December, offers will be available in the VTAC account by 2 pm and if successful you’ll be emailed after this time. 

If you are unsuccessful you can choose to wait to see if an offer is made in subsequent offer rounds or change your preferences by adding or removing courses. You can change your preferences from 18-20 December to be considered for a January round offer.  

Visit the VTAC website for further date information.
Did you know?

You need to log in to your VTAC Online Application using your application number and PIN. Full instructions are provided once logged in.

Tip: You don’t have to change all of your preferences. You can simply add, subtract or re-arrange whichever courses you would like to. This may only be one course, or it may be all courses on your list.
Did you know?

To accept your offer you should follow the instructions in your offer letter and enrol in the program. If you do not enrol in the program on the date specified in your letter, your offer may lapse.
Did you know?

Offer emails are sent to the email address you have on file with VTAC and are also available under the offers tab in your VTAC Account from 2 pm on the offer release dates.
Did you know?

If you want to defer it is very important that you do not enrol.

The deferment process is simple:
  • Log in to Enrolment Online
  • under My current program, select the Defer studies button next to the program you wish to defer.
If you are already enrolled you will need to apply for a leave of absence.
Did you know?

You can get in touch with us for any other questions related to your offer.
Did you know?

Your RMIT ID (username) is the letter 's' followed by your student number (excluding any additional letters). Eg: s1234567. You can find it in your RMIT enrolment email and all official communication sent to you by RMIT.
Your initial password is the letter 'p' followed by your date of birth backwards, with an exclamation mark '!' at the end.
  • If your date of birth is 8 April 1998, then your password is p19980408!
Did you know?

If you are a current student just log in to Enrolment Online and select 'My student record'. Under 'personal details' select the information you want to update and save.

If you are no longer an active student please contact us using one of the recommended methods below.
Did you know?

You can find your enrolment program structure and use this to help with your course selection.

Follow the steps below to select your classes.

1. Select your Semester
Enrol in both Semester 1 and 2. If you're not planning to study in one or both semesters, you must apply for a leave of absence.

2. Select 'Show classes'

3. Follow the instructions to select your classes for each semester

4. Select 'Add selected classes' 
The classes you're enrolled in will now be displayed.

5. Finished enrolling?
Select Exit and check the pop-up summary of your enrolment to ensure all details are correct.
Did you know?

If you have a current Australian/New Zealand passport or Australian citizenship certificate or birth certificate, you can verify your citizenship online instantly by following this guide

Note: If you are a vocational education student (Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) enrolling into a Government Subsidised Place, please follow the instructions for citizenship verification here.

Tip: If you used a different name to apply to RMIT, i.e. not your full legal name as it appears on your document, update your details now in Enrolment Online.
Did you know?

Make sure you complete all requirements in step 4 of How to Enrol - Part 1 the enrolment guide.

Keep in mind
  • It will take up to 48 hours for your documents to be assessed, but it may take longer during our busiest times.

  • You’ll get an email as soon as your documents have been assessed.
Did you know?

Log in to the Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment with your student number (example: s1234567) and default password.

Once you’ve completed the Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment, it will take up to 48 hours for your results to be registered with RMIT.

While you wait, you can continue to complete the Prepare to enrol steps in your enrolment guide.
Did you know?

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 RMIT Connect before census date to finalise your loan application.
Did you know?

The USI is a 10 digit reference number that will give you access to an online record of all of your recognised training and qualifications.

Create your USI at usi.gov.au - it's free and only takes a few minutes.

If you have previously created one you can use this form to find your USI.

If you get an error message it may be because your personal details that you used to apply for your USI does not match the personal details you used to enrol at RMIT.
Did you know?

You can get in touch with us for any other questions about getting ready to enrol.
Did you know?

As an RMIT student you may be eligible for discounted travel on trains, trams and buses in Victoria. Follow the steps outlined here.
Did you know?

Your first student card is free. Make sure you wait 24 hours after you've enrolled before you can upload your student card photo:
  • Log in to myRMIT and select the myServices tab.

  • Select Click to capture photo.
Once your photo is approved, we'll send an email to your RMIT student email account. Your card will then be posted within 8-10 business days to your Australian mailing addresses.

If you are unable to upload your photo or experience any other issue please refer to our RMIT student card page.
Did you know?

You can apply for credit in recognition of previous study, work skills and past experience by filling out the application form.

Once you've completed the form you can submit it through the RMIT Connect Portal below.
Did you know?

To access your RMIT email, just go to http://outlook.office.com and log in with your RMIT email address and password.

You can read more on using your RMIT email here.
Did you know?

Get in touch with us for any other questions about your enrolment.
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