The Fee finder is RMIT's Statement of Fees for VE programs. Use the fee finder to get an estimate of fees for your vocational education program.
Find fees for your vocational education program
Search by program code
You can find your program code in your RMIT offer. If you don’t know what the program code is, you can find this code on the program’s web page under the ‘Details’ section.
Search by National Code
You can find the National Code at the top of any vocational education program page on the RMIT website – it’s listed right after the program’s name in the heading.
Find your program's page in Study with us.
Please note: These fees are estimates only, apply only to local students and may be subject to change.
Download the complete schedule of vocational education program fees:
The schedule includes:
- fees for government subsidised places
- the reduced fees if you are in a government-subsidised place and eligible for a concession
- fees for local full-fee places (for non-government subsidised students)
The Victorian Government is waiving tuition fees for eligible students commencing priority government subsidised non-apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs.
The number of Free TAFE places available is subject to change and the Victorian Government may cap the number of Free TAFE places available for a program at their discretion.
If you receive a Free TAFE place, the tuition fees for your whole program will be paid for by the Victorian Government through the ‘Free TAFE for Priority Courses’ scheme.
The Victorian Government has partnered with the Commonwealth Government to create the JobTrainer Fund to increase access to training for thousands of Victorians who have been most impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
JobTrainer complements the existing subsidised training available under Skills First as well as Free TAFE.
Eligible students under JobTrainer have access to free training in Free TAFE programs. They also have access to low fee training in all JobTrainer programs and will be charged a concession fee of 20% of the standard government subsidised tuition fee for their program. This concession applies to enrolments at any level, including diplomas and advanced diplomas. Apprentices and School-Based Apprentices are not eligible for JobTrainer.
You can find RMIT's full list of eligible Free TAFE and JobTrainer programs at Free TAFE for priority courses. Visit this page to learn more about these schemes and eligibility.
You may be entitled to a concession on your tuition and student services and amenities fees if you are in a Victorian Government subsidised place and you meet the eligibility criteria to apply for a concession.
Diploma and advanced diploma students are not eligible for a concession or exemption of tuition fees. However, Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander students in a government subsidised place are eligible to access fee concessions at all program levels (including diploma, advanced diploma, vocational graduate certificate and vocational graduate diploma programs).