Cross-Campus Studies (RMIT Vietnam)
What is RMIT Vietnam?
Who is eligible?
Undergraduate, associate degree, postgraduate and Diploma of Languages: students must have completed at least one semester (minimum 36 credit points) at the time of registration.
Vocational Education: students are not eligible for exchange.
All exchange students need to meet the eligibility criteria:
- minimum RMIT grade point average (GPA) of 2.0.
- 18 years of age by the official start date of the exchange program at RMIT Vietnam
- current RMIT program enrolment. Students on a Leave of Absence not exceeding one year can also apply
What can I study?
- Economics and Finance
- Information Technology
- International Business
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Science, Engineering and Health
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Information Systems
- Software Engineering
Design and Social Context
- Design (Digital Media)
- Fashion Merchandise Management
- Master of Business Administration (MBA and MBA Executive)
- Master of International Business
If you're currently enrolled in one of the above programs you can refer to the course guides in your enrolment program structure to check which courses are offered at our Vietnam campuses. If you don't study any of the above disciplines or programs, you could use your University electives.
How much will it cost?
New Colombo Plan (NCP) mobility grants are available to support eligible RMIT students wishing to study at our Vietnam campuses.
To be eligible for NCP you must meet all of the following requirements:
Currently enrolled in a bachelor or bachelor with honours program
Have not received an NCP grant before
You'll continue to pay your domestic or international student fees to RMIT Melbourne. While on exchange you remain enrolled as an RMIT student, paying fees and accruing HECS as usual.
Visit the RMIT Vietnam site for detailed information on accommodation and living expenses for Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
You need to have sufficient funds to finance a semester/s overseas. You may be asked to provide evidence of your financial security when applying for your visa.
How do I apply?
Step 1 Attend an information session
Step 2 Create a study plan (PDF 659KB) and get approval from your school
Step 3 Submit your online registration by the deadline (see table above)
Step 4 If successful, you will receive an acceptance letter from RMIT Vietnam and you can start to make travel arrangements (flights, visas etc.)
Step 5 Attend the GEO ‘Pre-departure Symposium’
Step 6 Get set - your global adventure begins!