Information about RMIT's minimum English language requirements.
If you are applying for an undergraduate program and your most recent qualification is the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), you must have:
- a minimum of 30 in VCE English as a Second Language or a minimum of 25 in any other VCE English study (except for SNAP applicants)
- a minimum of 25 in VCE English as a Second Language or a minimum of 20 in any other VCE English study.
SNAP applicants (bachelor degrees only)
- a minimum of five points lower than the published English requirements for the program. Learn more about SNAP.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders applying for equity access (bachelor degrees only)
- a minimum of 25 in VCE English as a Second Language or a minimum of 20 in any other VCE English study. Learn more about equity access.
If your most recent relevant qualification is interstate year 12, New Zealand year 13, the International Baccalaureate or international year 12, you will need to demonstrate achievement equivalent to the relevant minimum VCE English study score.
If you are an international applicant you must satisfy the University's English language proficiency requirements.