Enrol at a partner institute outside Australia

You need to enrol each year in your program to secure your place and access your course and learning materials.

How to enrol

If you're a student at the Singapore Institute of Managment (SIM), you'll complete your enrolment via SIMConnect.

If you're studying at any of our other partner institutes, you'll complete your enrolment in Enrolment Online following the steps on this page.

Follow the steps below depending on whether you are a new or a continuing student.

New students

a. Collect your documents

If you receive an invitation to attend a face-to-face enrolment session, ensure to bring:

  • suitable identification for verification, and
  • your offer letter where you will find your RMIT student number for logging in to the RMIT Enrolment Online system. 

If you receive a notification to enrol off-campus, follow the steps below to enrol. To find out how to provide your identification for verification, contact your local partner for advice.


b. Student ID, RMIT email addess and temporary password

You’ll use your student ID, RMIT email address and temporary password to access Enrolment Online (RMIT’s enrolment system) and other RMIT systems. 


  • Student ID

Your student ID (also referred to as your RMIT ID) is the letter 's' followed by your student number (excluding any additional letters).  

Example: s1234567 

Your student number is in your offer email from RMIT. 

  • RMIT email address

Your RMIT email address is the letter 's' followed by your student number (excluding any additional letters) and ‘@student.rmit.edu.au’. 

Example: s1234567@student.rmit.edu.au 

Your student number is in your offer email from RMIT.

You may need to access your email to complete the enrolment process. Find out how to access and use your RMIT email

  • Password

New students: Your temporary password is the letter 'p' followed by your date of birth backwards, with an exclamation mark '!' at the end.

Example: If your date of birth is 8 April 1998, then your password is p19980408! 

Returning students: Your password is the last password you set while studying at RMIT. We recommend resetting your password if you don't remember it. 

Find out more about your login details, password and accessing RMIT systems.


c.  Register for multi-factor authentication (MFA)

MFA requires a user to provide two factors of verification:

  1. an email address and password, and
  2. a request (yes or no response) or a passcode sent to your mobile phone. MFA adds an extra layer of protection to keep your data and RMIT networks more secure. 

a. Log in to the Enrolment Online system

Log in to Enrolment Online using your RMIT email address, temporary password and MFA. 

Screenshot of the Microsoft login screen


b. Select the Enrol button next to your program

How to enrol in current program for Higher Education

a. Accept RMIT’s terms and conditions 


b. Fill in your personal details


c. Provide statistical information


Not finished the checklist? Click 'Save for later' and come back to it when you're ready.

Once you've completed your checklist, ensure to certify your responses and click ‘Save’ to continue to the next step.

a. Select your term

Enrol in all terms for the academic year.


b. Select 'Show classes'

If your classes are pre-selected for you, go to c. Select 'Add selected classes'. Otherwise, follow the instructions provided to you by your local partner contact.


c. Select 'Add selected classes' 

Your classes will now be displayed. 

Add classes - Higher Education

d. Repeat the process for all available terms 

Select the next available term and repeat the process until you are enrolled in the full academic year. 


e. Finished enrolling?

Select Exit and check the pop-up summary of your enrolment to ensure all details are correct.

Enrolment Summary

Check your enrolment

Once you've successfully enrolled, RMIT will issue you with a Statement of Enrolment (SoE) that confirms your program and course enrolment in a term. 

How to view your Statement of Enrolment (SoE)

If you've enrolled at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), you can log in to SIMConnect to download your certification letter. If you want to request an RMIT SoE, please contact Student Connect.

If you've enrolled via Enrolment Online, follow the instructions on the prove your enrolment webpage.

Changes to your enrolment will be reflected on your SoE within 24 hours.


Add or drop a course

You can add or drop courses via Enrolment Online. Check your important dates to know the deadline for adding or dropping courses without financial and academic penalties. 

The extent to which you can vary your enrolment will depend on your current enrolment load, your program structure, and the point during the teaching period that you’re adding or dropping courses. 

For more information about adding or dropping courses, please talk to your local partner contact

Download your Enrol and Connect Guide

Your Enrol and Connect guide gives you information about RMIT systems, contacts, academic integrity, Library resources and more.

Continuing students

We'll send you a reminder to re-enrol one to two months before the start of the next academic year. This will include instructions on how to complete your enrolment.

Depending on where you're studying, there may be an enrolment session on campus that you can attend, or you may be given instructions to enrol yourself off-campus.

How to enrol for the next academic year:

  • Log in to Enrolment Online.
  • Select Enrol next to your program and then Continue.
  • Complete your Checklist for the new academic year.
  • Select your term.
  • Add your classes. If you are enrolling in an elective course, search for the elective via ‘Class search’ in Enrolment Online.
  • Return to select the next available term and repeat the process until you have enrolled in the full academic year.
  • Select Exit and check the pop-up summary of your enrolment to ensure you've correctly enrolled.

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