Engineering: Masters dual award
What is a Master Dual Award?
Who is eligible?
Selection is based on academic merit (cumulative grade point average or GPA) through the School of Engineering.
You must be currently enrolled in one of the following single award programs:
- Master of Engineering (Aerospace) MC225
- Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering) MC230
- Master of Science (Mechanical Engineering) MC258
If you are interested in this program please contact your Program Manager in the first semester of study at RMIT for study plan advice.
Where can I go?
- Master of Engineering (Aerospace) students and Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering) - University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Germany
- Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering) - Technical University Ingolstadt, Germany
- Master of Science (Mechanical Engineering) - University of Stuttgart, Germany
How much will it cost?
Costs vary depending on your destination. As a guide, we recommend you budget at least AU$2,000 for accommodation and living expenses for each month you will be overseas.
You need to have sufficient funds to finance a semester/s overseas. You may be asked to provide evidence of your financial security when applying for your visa.
There are heaps of scholarships, grants and Government support available to support students wishing to study overseas.
How do I apply?
Registration for the masters dual degree opens approximately six months prior to the intended overseas start date.
Register between 20 June and 20 July
Register between 20 Nov and 20 Dec
Step 1 Speak to your Program Manager in first semester to ensure you are enrolled in the right courses
Step 2 Attend an information session or contact Global Experience Advisor Pauline Nunan
Step 3 Create a study plan and get approval from your Program Manager
Step 4 Submit your online registration by the deadline (see table above)
Step 5 If successful, you will be notified and you can start to make travel arrangements (flights, visas etc.)
Step 6 Attend the GEO ‘Pre-departure Symposium’
Step 7 Get set - your global adventure begins!
International students who wish to transfer into the dual award should be aware of the impact on their student visa and post study work rights and should consider the following:
- Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) will be cancelled while studying in Germany. This may affect your Australian student visa.
- During the second year of studies, whilst in Germany, students will be required to pay fees to RMIT in accordance with the RMIT fee schedules and deadlines.
Information on student visas and post study work rights is available via the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.