When to enrol

At the end of each year, you need to enrol in classes or take an approved leave of absence during the enrolment period. If you miss the enrolment deadline, you can apply for late enrolment

If you owe a debt to the University, you’ll need to pay this before you can enrol. Find out about your fees and payment options.

If you don't enrol, you risk losing your place in your program.

Enrolling in a new program?

If you’re enrolling into the next level of your program, e.g. from a degree into a postgraduate program, you need to enrol as a new student. Go to the relevant enrolment guide and follow the steps to enrol. 

HELP loans and VET Student Loans

Commonwealth assistance loans don’t transfer from one program or qualification to another. You may need to apply or reapply for a HELP loan or VET Student Loan if you're enrolling into a new program.

How to enrol

Follow the steps below according to whether you're a higher education student, vocational education student, apprentice or trainee, or Higher Degree by Research candidate.  

1. Check your fees for the year ahead

Use the fee finder to get an estimate of your fees before you enrol.

2. Re-apply for fee concession or exemption

If you're eligible, you can apply for a concession (discount) or exemption (waiver) on your tuition fees. This process must be repeated each year.

Find out if you’re eligible and how to apply.

3. Re-apply for sponsorship 

You must re-apply each for your employer to sponsor the remainder of your fees not covered by the Victorian Government. 

Apply to be a sponsored student.

4. Enrol in Enrolment Online

Log in to Enrolment Online and follow the instructions to enrol in courses for the relevant semesters.

Before you exit Enrolment Online, check your enrolment and make sure all details are correct.

1. Check your fees for the year ahead

Use the fee finder to get an estimate of your fees before you enrol.

2. Re-apply for fee concession or exemption

If you are eligible, you can apply for a concession (discount) or exemption (waiver) on your tuition fees. This process must be repeated each year.

Find out if you’re eligible and how to apply.

3. Enrol in Enrolment Online

Log in to Enrolment Online and follow the instructions to enrol in courses for the relevant semesters.

Before you exit Enrolment Online, check your enrolment and make sure all details are correct.

Class timetables

Find out how and when to view your class timetable.

Semesters 1 and 2 are compulsory terms and you must enrol into both. If you are not planning to study in one or both of these terms you must apply for a leave of absence.

Unique Student Identifier

The Australian Government is extending the Unique Student Identifier (USI) to higher education students. Domestic students will need to provide a verified USI as part of enrolment for 2021. If you’ve not already done so, go to the Government’s USI website to create your USI – if you have already provided your USI to RMIT you won’t need to do this again.

To enrol:

  • Log in to Enrolment Online
  • select Enrol next to the relevant program
  • select Continue next to the Semester you wish to enrol in
  • select your classes and click Add
  • repeat this for each Semester.

Before you exit Enrolment Online, check your enrolment to ensure all details are correct.

Spring/Summer semesters and flexible terms

Classes may also be offered at other times including in Spring and Summer semesters or flexible terms. These may be part of your program’s structure, including study tours and placement courses, or University Electives.

To enrol in a Spring or Summer semester or a flexible term, repeat the enrolment steps above. If you have any questions about whether you should enrol in a Spring or Summer semester or flexible term, contact your college.

Class timetables

Find out how and when to timetable.

Make sure you enrol or take an approved leave of absence during the enrolment period or you may lose your place in your program. If this happens, you may apply for re-admission into your program.

How to enrol

Log in to Enrolment Online and click the ‘enrol’ button. You’ll automatically be enrolled into the correct classes for the coming year.

Unique Student Identifier

The Australian Government is extending the Unique Student Identifier (USI) to higher education students. Domestic students will need to provide a verified USI as part of enrolment for 2021. If you’ve not already done so, go to the Government’s USI website to create your USI – if you have already provided your USI to RMIT you won’t need to do this again

Before you log out, check that your enrolment details are correct.

If you have any queries about your enrolment, contact your RTS team via the RMIT Connect portal.

Need help?

Course and program advice

For academic advice and information about your program and courses, contact your college via RMIT Connect.

Technical issues

If you have technical problems with Enrolment Online or password queries, contact the IT Service and Support Centre. 
 

Enrolment queries

If you have any questions about the enrolment process, contact RMIT Connect.