When do I need to re-enrol?
At the end of each year, all continuing students (students who are currently completing an RMIT program) must re-enrol or take an approved leave of absence during the enrolment period. If you don't re-enrol or take leave, you risk losing your place in your program.
The re-enrolment period starts when Enrolment Online opens in October and ends on the last date to add classes, as listed in your important dates.
- Timely enrolment deadline - This is the deadine you'll be given towards the end of each academic year, and it's the date by which you're strongly recommended to enrol in classes. This enables you to secure your preferred classes, as well as avoid late enrolment which can lead to cancellation or other disadvantage.
- Final enrolment deadline - This is the last date to add classes as listed in your important dates. You must be re-enrolled by this date to avoid cancellation and other academic and financial penalties.
For information about enrolling in classes after the last day to add, see the Change or cancel your enrolment page.
If you owe a debt to the University, you’ll need to pay this before you can re-enrol. Find out about your fees and payment options.
Please regularly check your visa expiry date and conditions to ensure you can continue your studies. If you have questions about your visa, please contact the Department of Home Affairs. If your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) is due to finish before you complete your studies, you can apply for a new CoE.