It’s your responsibility to ensure that you meet the requirements for entry into the course/s you are applying to study as a cross-institutional inbound student. Please search the course/s you want to undertake on the RMIT higher education courses webpage.
Your preferred course/s may not be approved if there are insufficient places available.
Cross-institutional enrolment is on a semester-by-semester basis and no guarantee of a subsequent enrolment can be made.
To apply for cross-institutional inbound study, please complete all sections of the Application for cross-institutional studies.
Submit your completed application via the RMIT Connect Portal. If you wish to undertake courses from the College of Design and Social Context, you need to submit the application before the first day of semester.
Your application for cross-institutional studies must include the approval of your home university. Alternatively, you may provide a letter from your home university that contains the same information required on the form.
Your application will be assessed on submission. If approved, you'll receive enrolment instructions via email to your personal email address on how to enrol online.
Before you move on to the next part, there are a few things you need to know.
Change or cancel your enrolment
If you decide to formally withdraw from all enrolled course/s, you must cancel your program via Enrolment Online. The cancellation must be submitted before the relevant census dates to avoid financial liability and academic penalty
If you’re enrolled in multiple courses and wish to drop one of them, you can drop via Enrolment Online before the relevant census dates to avoid financial liability and academic penalty.
For international students on a student visa, it’s your responsibility to maintain and meet your visa requirements in any given semester, i.e., maintaining a full-time load to complete within the expected duration in line with the Education Services for Overseas Students ACT 2000.
You will be charged and invoiced by RMIT. Please note that Fees may vary from year to year.
If you currently have a HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP loan with your home institution, you’ll still need to apply for a new HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP loan when you enrol with RMIT. For more loan information, please see HELP Loans and VET Student Loans.
If you would like to take out a loan for the Student services and amenities fee (SSAF), please apply for SA-HELP.
At the end of your course, RMIT will provide you with a digital version of your official transcript of results via My eQuals. Once this is received, you should submit a copy to your home university.
If you would like to know more about how you can obtain a hard copy transcripts, please order online.
- Complete the Application for cross-institutional studies form and ensure all signatures have been obtained.
- Submit your completed application via the RMIT Connect Portal.
- Check your nominated email account to see if you’ve received notification that your application has been approved and with instructions about how to enrol online.
- Complete your enrolment checklist.
- Apply for a HECS-HELP loan and submit the form via the government eCAF portal prior to enrolling, or opt-in or opt-out of a FEE-HELP Loan.
- Enrol in your approved courses online.
If you have any concerns about your cross institutional-enrolment, please submit an enquiry via the RMIT Connect Portal, and select Services > Enrolment > Change Enrolment.