Interlocation enrolment guide – Inbound students

For students at RMIT global partners, including SIM, who have been approved to undertake study at RMIT Melbourne.

Before you enrol for interlocation studies in Melbourne, you must:

  • Be active in an RMIT program delivered at the partner institution
  • Have applied for and been accepted into inter-location studies through Global Experience's Mobi system
  • Have received your course request outcome
  • Students studying at Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) must have enrolled in SIM Connect and paid all the associated fees to SIM.

Enrol in courses you’ll be undertaking during your interlocation study in Melbourne via Enrolment Online by following steps in the Higher education enrolment guide – International students. Log in to Enrolment Online with your RMIT email address and password. Forgotten your password? Reset it.

When adding classes stated in your course request outcome, search for the course under ‘Class search’.

As part of your visa conditions, you must be enrolled in 48 credit points per semester unless approval has been given for 36 credit points.

Note: as part of the enrolment process, you will need to provide an Australian mailing address. If you haven’t found any accommodation in Melbourne yet, please use the following address as your mailing address:

  • RMIT, 124 La Trobe Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Keep your contact details up to date

It’s important that the contact details on your student record are up to date. Once you’ve found permanent accommodation in Melbourne, update your address by following the instructions to Update your personal details.

To extend or cancel your interlocation studies

If you wish to extend or cancel your interlocation studies, contact the Global Experience Office.

Keep your contact details up to date

Once you’ve completed your interlocation study in Melbourne and returned to your home country, update your mailing address by following the instructions to Update your personal details.


Your academic transcript will show a note stating that you’ve completed a mobility activity at RMIT Melbourne, together with grades for courses you’ve completed in Melbourne which will count towards your GPA.

Need help?

If you have any questions about interlocation studies and enrolment, ask about global experience programs.

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