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Are you an international or domestic student?

Your first student card is free and it can be ordered online.
For more information and updates on student cards, please click here

Eligible students can apply for the International Undergraduate Student Education Pass (iUSEpass) by following the steps below:
Your eligibility will be assessed in 5 working days.

As an RMIT student you may be eligible for discounted travel on trains, trams and buses in Victoria by following the steps below.

24–48 hours after your student card photo has been approved, you can download your pre-populated application form.
  • Log in to myRMIT.
  • Select the myServices tab.
  • Select Print your transport concession form.
Submit your form in person
  • Take your completed form for processing to a Melbourne Premium Station (such as Flinders Street, Southern Cross and Melbourne Central stations), staffed V/Line station or PTV Hub.

To make changes to your contact details:
  • Log in to Enrolment Online  and select My Student Record.
  • Check your personal details and edit if necessary.
To make other changes (e.g. name change, date of birth correction, change your citizenship or residency status) you will need to submit a request with evidence via the RMIT Connect portal below. For more information, please see the update your personal details page

RMIT has plenty of sports and recreational clubs, covering everything from casual play to serious competition. Check out the website.

Whatever your creative interest is – music, dance, visual arts or something else – you'll find a club at RMIT to explore it. Find out more about our creative groups, events and activities here.

Have fun, make friends and make the most out of RMIT. Find out what's on around campus and engage with the RMIT community. Find more here.

You can also download our What's On calendar to keep track of events and activities coming up soon.

Orientation is all about helping you get familiar with RMIT and your program. Explore everything that life at RMIT has to offer! The key parts of the orientation activities will be announced online.

If you're after supplies for your course, or looking to buy some RMIT merchandise, head to the online Campus store.

If you'd like a student mentor to help you get oriented at RMIT (or if you want to volunteer as one) check out the Mates at RMIT program.

For help with studies or exam prepping, peer mentoring is available. If you want an industry mentor to kickstart your career, you can find one here.

For career advice or help with finding a job, head to the Job Shop. They list job openings and have plenty of resources to help with career planning and applying for a job.

You can find more career resources here and access a range of job opportunities through the online Jobs Board and also through RMIT On Demand.

You can register on CareerHub to attend one of our online resumé or cover letter workshops.

You can have your resumé instantly checked here.

And also via the Micro Cred, Application package, where you can work through the modules and have your resumé reviewed by a careers specialist.

If you're a final year student or recent graduate you can book a half-hour appointment with a careers counsellor here

For all other students wanting to make careers appointments, please check out the Job Shop.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a term used to describe learning activities that use your academic learning in a ‘real life’ situation with a real industry or community partner. You may do an internship (placement) or a partner organisation might provide a project for you and your class to work on. These placements and projects are tied to one or more courses within your program and are formally assessed for credit.

You can access useful WIL resources here.

You can check out our prospective student site to search our programs and pathways.

Need some help with studying? You can find out more about what RMIT study support resources are available here.

Find out which Library services are available as RMIT transitions back to campus. A summary of the changes can be found here.

We have information available to help you find out how to manage your candidature from getting started to completion and how to make the most of your research training experience. For more information have a look here.

There is help available if you have experienced threatening or concerning behaviour, or you are worried about someone else. 

Check out the website for further information.

Before you submit a complaint you can read here about finding out the best way to resolve your issue.

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